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Pibltoti)eta  Americana 

Vol.  XXIV. — Storrs  to  Ternaux-Compans 


Pibliot^eca  Americana 


DICTIONARY 

OF 

Poofes!  relating  to  America, 

from  its  discovery  to  the  present  time 

Begun  by  Joseph  Sabin, 

Continued  by  Wilberforce  Eames, 

And  Completed  by  R.  W.  G.  Vail 

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TORRS.  The  Ministry  Strong  in  the  Grace  of 
Christ.  A  Sermon,  preached  at  the  ordination 
of  Mr.  Richard  S.  Storrs,  Jr.,  as  pastor  of  the 
Harvard  Church  and  Society,  Brookh'ne,  Ms., 
October  22,  1845.  ^Y  Richard  S.  Storrs  ... 
Boston:  Press  of  T.  R.  Marviuy  24  Congress 
Street.    1845.    8vo,  pp.  30. 

,  GTS.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  UTS.,  Y.  9~^S1 

Storrs.  The  Mutability  of  Created  Things  a  Reason  for  Active 
Benevolence.  A  Sermon,  delivered  before  the  Howard  Benevolent 
Society  of  Boston,  January  12th,  1820.  By  Richard  S.  Storrs,  A.M. 
.  .  .Boston:  Printed  by  Munroe and FrancisyNo.  ^,Cornh'ill.  1820. 

8vo,  pp.  24.  AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  Y.  92258 

Storrs.  A  Sermon,  delivered  at  North  Bridgewater,  Oct.  31, 
I  82  I,  at  the  Ordination  of  the  Rev.  Daniel  Temple,  and  Rev.  Isaac 
Bird,  as  Evangelists  and  Missionaries  to  the  Heathen.  By  the  Rev. 
Richard  S.  Storrs  .  .  .  Boston:  Crocker  i^  Brewster,  Printers,  No. 
$o,Cornhill.    1822.   8vo,  pp.  52. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92259 

Contents:  Sermon,  pp.  3-29;  the  Charge,  by  the  Rev.  Daniel  Thomas,  pp.  31-35} 
Right  Hand  of  Fellowship,  by  the  Rev.  Samuel  Green,  pp.  36—41  ;  Address  to  the 
Palestine  Missionary  Society,  by  the  Rev.  Sereno  E.  Dwight,  pp.  42-50;  Palestine 
Missionary  Society,  pp.  51—52. 

Storrs.  A  Sermon  delivered  at  the  ordination  of  the  Reverend 
Caleb  Hobart,  as  pastor  of  the  Second  Church  and  Society  in  North- 
Yarmouth,  Me.  Dec.  3,  1823.  By  Richard  S.  Storrs  .  .  .  Portland: 
Printed  at  the  Mirror  Office.   1824.   8vo,pp.  32.  a.\s.  92260 

VOL.  XXIV.  I 


6  STORRS  (RICHARD    S,). 

Storrs.  a  Sermon  delivered  before  His  Excellency  Edward 
Everett,  Governor,  His  Honor  George  Hull,  Lieutenant  Governor, 
the  Honorable  Council,  and  the  Legislature  of  Massachusetts,  on  the 
Anniversary  Election,  January  3,  1838.  By  Richard  S.  Storrs  .  .  . 
Boston:  Dutton  and  Wentivorthy  Printers  to  the  State.    1838.   8vo, 

pp.  46.    AAS.y  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  M.,  MINNHS., 

NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  9226  I 

Storrs.  A  Sermon,  preached  at  the  Funeral  of  Rev.  Elisha  Fiske, 
of  Wrentham,  January  15,1851.  By  Rev.  R.  S.  Storrs  .  .  .  Boston: 
Printed  by  Abner  Forbesy  No.  37  Cornhill.    185  I.    8vo,  pp.  30. 

AAS.,  BA.,  BM.,  CU.,  M.,  NYH.,  UTS.,  WHS.  92262 

Storrs.  The  Spirit  of  the  Pilgrims.  A  Sermon  delivered  at  Ply- 
mouth, December  the  twenty-second,  1826.  By  Richard  S.  Storrs 
.  .  .  Plymouth:  Printed  by  Allen  Danforth.    1 827.    8vo,  pp.  44. 

AAS.,  C,  CU.,  HSP.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  WHS.  92263 

Storrs.  Union  among  the  Friends  of  Religious  Order.  A  Ser- 
mon, preached  5th  June,  18 16,  before  the  Convention  of  Norfolk 
County  at  Dedham,  for  encouraging  the  due  observance  of  the 
Lord's  Day.  By  Richard  S.  Storrs,  a.m.  .  .  .  Dedhajn:  Abel  D. 
A lleyney  Printer.    1816.    8vo,  pp.  23.       aas.,  B.,  BA.,  nyp.  92264 

Storrs.  Weariness  in  Well-doing.  A  Sermon  preached  before 
the  Auxiliary  Education  Society  of  Norfolk  County,  at  their  annual 
meeting  in  Medway,  June  11,  1823.  By  Richard  S.  Storrs  .  .  . 
Boston:  Printed  by  Crocker  and  Brewster y  No.  50,  Cornhill.   1 823. 

8vo,  pp.  44.  BM.,C.,  UTS.  92265 

Pp.  31—44  contain  historical  material. 

Storrs'  sermons  on  the  fiftieth  and  sixtieth  anniversaries  of  his  ordination  and 
settlement  at  Braintree  were  published  in  1861,  nyp.,  and  1871,  aas.,  b.,  respectively. 

He  was  also  the  author  of  other  works  of  purely  religious  interest. 

Storrs  (Richard  S [alter]  ), /r., /».  1821,^.  1900.  Christianity: 
Its  Destined  Supremacy  on  the  Earth.  A  Sermon,  preached  April 
6,  and  13,  185  I,  before  the  Foreign  Missionary  Society  of  New 
York  and  Brooklyn.  By  Richard  S.  Storrs,  Jr.,  pastor  of  the  Church 
of  the  Pilgrims,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Published  by  the  Society.  New 
York:  Almon  Merwin,  150  Nassau  Street.  185  I.  [On  verso  of 
title:]    New  York:  S.  W.  Benedicty  Print.y  16  Sfruce  street.    8vo, 

pp.  39.  AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  92266 

Storrs.  Colleges,  a  Power  in  Civilization,  to  be  used  for  Christ. 
A  Discourse  before  the  Society  for  the  Promotion  of  Collegiate  and 
Theological  Education  at  the  West,  delivered  in  High  Street  Church, 


STORRS  (RICHARD  S.).  7 

Providence,  R.  L,  October  30,  1855.  %  Richard  S.  Storrs,  Jr.,  d.d. 
.  .  .  Reprinted  from  the  American  Journal  of  Education  and  College 
Review,  for  June,  1856.  Ne-iv  York:  N.  A.  Calkins,  348  Broad- 
way,lS^6.   8vo,  pp.  (2),  22, 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  UTS.,  WHS.  92267 
A  separate  from  vol.  i  of  the  above  Journal,  pp.  523-544. 

Storrs.  Congregationalism:  its  Principles  and  Influences:  a 
Discourse  delivered  before  the  General  Association  of  New  York, 
at  their  meeting  in  Madison,  August,  1848.  By  Richard  S.  Storrs, 
Jr.  .  .  .  New  York:  Baker  and  Scribner,  145  Nassau  Street  arid  36 
Park  Rozu.  1848.  [Verso  of  title:]  C.  W.  Benedict,  Printer,  201 
William  street,  cor.  of  Frankfort.  8vo,  pp.  72,  and  slip  of  errata  at 
end.  B.,  BM.,  c,  GTS.,  nyp.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  92268 

Storrs.  The  Obligation  of  Man  to  obey  the  Civil  Law:  its 
Ground,  and  its  Extent.  A  Discourse  delivered  December  12,  1850, 
on  occasion  of  the  Public  Thanksgiving;  in  the  Church  of  the  Pil- 
grims, Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  By  Richard  S.  Storrs,  Jr.  .  .  .  New  York: 
Mark  H.  Newman  &'  Co.,  199  Broadway.  1850.  [On  verso  of 
title:]    S.  W.  Benedict,  Printer,  16  Spruce-Street.   8vo,  pp.  44. 

AAS.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  GTS.,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92269 

Storrs.  The  Puritan  Scheme  of  National  Growth.  An  Oration 
delivered  before  the  New  England  Society  in  the  City  of  New  York, 
December  2ist,  1857.  By  Richard  S.  Storrs,  Jr.  .  .  .  Nezv  York: 
John  F.  Trow,  Printer,  377  ^  379  Broadzvay,  corner  of  White 
Street.   1858.   8vo,  pp.  47. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  CU.,  H.,  HSP.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UP.,  UTS.,  WHS.  9227O 

Storrs.  A  Sermon,  commemorative  of  Mrs.  Mary  H.  Chitten- 
den; preached  in  the  Church  of  the  Pilgrims,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  Sept. 
5th,  1852.  By  Richard  S.  Storrs,  Jr.  .  .  .  Neiv  York:  {Printed  for 
private  distribution.)    1 854.    8vo,  pp.  43.    Plate,     nyh.,  Y.  92271 

Storrs.  Terrors  of  the  Pestilence.  A  Sermon,  preached  in  the 
Church  of  the  Pilgrims,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  on  occasion  of  a  Collection 
in  Aid  of  the  Sufferers  at  Norfolk,  Va.,  September  30th,  1 85 5.  By 
Richard  S.  Storrs,  Jr.  .  .  .  New-York:  Printed  by  John  A.  Gray, 
95  ^  97  Clijf  Street.    1855.    8vo,  pp.  24. 

AML.,  B.,  C,  HSP.,  NYH.,  NYP.  92272 
See  also,  Monson  Academy,  "Discourses,  and  Speeches  ...  at  the  Semi-Centcnnial 
Anniversary,"  no.  50041,  vol.  12,  aas.,  h.,  m.,  nvp.,  and  "Sermons  preached  at  the 
Dedication  of  the  Broadway  Tabernacle,"  no.  79299,  vol.  19,  nyp.,  uts. 

The  above  list  does  not  contain  those  works  by  Storrs  which  were  published  after 
i860. 


8  STORY  (ENOCH  ). 

Story  (Enoch).  Philadelphia.  January  14,  1775.  Proposals 
for  printing  by  subscription  The  Pennsylvania  Mercury,  and  Uni- 
versal Advertiser.  .  .  .  Enoch  Story  and  Dan'l  Humphreys.  [Phila- 
delphia: Printed  by  Story  and  Humphrey.    1775.]    Folio  broadside. 

Title  from  Evans.  92  2  73 

The  publication  of  the  paper  was  begun  April  7,  i775)  and  continued  till  the  end 
of  December,  the  last  number  located  being  that  for  Dec.  22  of  that  year.  The  print- 
ing office  was  destroyed  by  fire  on  Dec.  31.  With  the  issue  of  April  14  the  name  was 
changed  to  "Story  &  Humphrey's  Pennsylvania  Mercury,  and  Universal  Advertiser." 
See  Brigham's  "Bibliography  of  American  Newspapers"  in  Amer.  Antiq.  Soc.  "Pro- 
ceedings," vol.  32,  1922,  p.  197. 

Story  (Isaac),  b.  1749,  d.  18 16.  A  |  Discourse,  |  delivered 
February  15,  1795,  at  the  Request  |  of  the  Proprietors'  Commit- 
tee; I  as  preparatory  to  |  the  Collection,  |  On  the  National  Thanks- 
giving, the  Thursday  |  following,  for  the  Benefit  of  our  Ameri-  | 
can  Brethren  in  Captivity  at  Algiers.  |  By  Isaac  Story,  a.m.  |  Pastor 
of  the  Second  Congregational  Society  in  Marblehead.  |  .  .  •  |  Printed 
by  ThoTuas  C.  Gushing,  Essex-Street,  Salem.   \  mdccxcv.   |   8vo, 

pp.  29.  AAS.,  BA.,  C,  JCB.,  H.,  M.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92274 

Half  title:  "Mr.  Story's  Two  Sermons,  February  15,  and  19,  1795."  The  second 
sermon  is  included  in  the  pagination,  but  it  has  a  separate  title  page  as  follows: 

A  I  Sermon,  |  Preached  February  19,  1795,  |  (From  Ecclesiastes  ix,  18.)  |  being 
the  I  Federal  Thanksgiving,  |  Appointed  by  our  beloved  President,  the  illus-  ]  trious 
George  Washington,  Esq.  |  By  Isaac  Story,  a.m.  |  Pastor  of  the  Second  Congrega- 
tional Society  in  Marblehead.  |  .  .  .  |  Printed  by  Thomas  C.  Gushing,  Essex-Street, 
Salem.  \  mdccxcv.  | 

Story.  The  Love  of  our  Country  Re-  |  commended  and  En- 
forced. I  In  a  I  Sermon  |  From  Psalm  cxxii.  7.  |  Delivered  on  a  day 
of  I  Public  Thanksgiving,  |  December  15,  1774.  |  By  |  Isaac  Story, 
A.M.  I  Pastor  of  the  second  Church  in  Marblehead.  |  Published  by 
Request.  |  .  .  .  |  Boston:  |  Printed  and  Sold  b\  John  Boyle  in  Marl- 
horo'-Strect.  \  mdcclxxv.  |  8vo,  pp.  23. 

B.J  BA.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  JCB.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.  92275 
Half  title:    Mr.  Story's  Thanksgiving  Sermon,  December  xv.  mdcclxxiv. 

Story.  A  [  Sermon,  |  Preached  August  the  15th,  1798,  |  at 
Hamilton,  |  at  the  |  Ordination  |  of  the  |  Rev.  Daniel  Story,  to  the 
Pastoral  Care  |  of  the  Church  in  Marietta,  |  and  its  Vicinity,  in  the 
Territory  of  the  United  States,  |  North-west  of  the  River  Ohio.  | 
By  his  Brother,  |  Isaac  Story,  |  Pastor  of  the  Second  Congregational 
Church  in  |  Marblehead.  |  Printed  by  Thomas  C.  Gushing,  Essex- 
Street,  Salrm.  \  I  798.  |  8vo,  pp.  43. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  JCB.,  H.,  HEH.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.,  UTS.,  WLC, 

Y.  92276 


STORY  ( Isaac).  g 

Story.  ASermon,  preached  February  19,  1795.  5^t' a  Discourse 
delivered  February  15,  1795,  above. 

[Story  (Isaac)],  b.  1774,  d.  1803.  All  the  World's  a  Stage. 
A  I  Poem,  I  in  |  Three  Parts.  |  •  •  •  |  The  Stranger.  |  Newbury  port: 
Printed  by  William  Barrett.  \  1 796.  |  8vo,  pp.  11,  (i),  14-15. 

AAS.,  H.,  NVP.  92277 

On  the  title  of  the  nyp.   copy,  below  the  words   "The   Stranger,"  the  name  "I. 
Storey"  is  written  in  a  contemporary  hand.   Attributed  by  Wegelin  to  Isaac  Story,  Jr. 
The  recto  of  the  leaf  following  p.  [12]  is  numbered  14. 

[Story].  Consolatory  Odes,  dedicated  with  Christian  piety  to 
those  unfortunate  beings  who  labor  under  the  malignant  influence 
of  the  Democratic  mania.   New  York.    1799.    l2mo.  92278 

Title  from  Duyckinck.  A  copy  is  listed  in  the  catalogue  of  the  New  York  State 
Library,  1855,  the  title  including  the  words  "By  Peter  Quince." 

[Story],  supposed  author.  Epistle  from  Yarico  to  Inkle.  See 
Yarico  to  Inkle. 

Story.  An  |  Eulogy  |  on  the  |  Glorious  Virtues  |  of  the  illustri- 
ous I  Gen.  George  Washington:  |  who  died  at  Mount  Vernon,  De- 
cember 14th,  1799,  in  the  68th  year  of  |  his  age — ripe  in  honor  and 
full  of  glory.  I  Written  at  the  Request  of  the  |  Inhabitants  of  Ster- 
ling, I  and  delivered  before  them,  |  on  Saturday  the  2 2d  of  February, 

1800.  I  By  Isaac  Story,  a.m.  |  .  •  •  |  Worcester.  \  Printed  by  Isaiah 
Thomas,  Jun.  \  April — I  800.  |  8vo,  pp.  23. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BU.,  C,  JCB.,  H.,  HEH.,  NYP.  92279 

[Story.]   Liberty,  |  a  |  Poem,  |  delivered  on  the  Fourth  of  July.  | 

...  I  The  Stranger.  |  Ncwburyport:  \  Printed  by  William  Barrett,  \ 

Market-Square — M.DCC,XCV.  |  8vo,  pp.  10.  E.,  HEH.  92 2 80 

The  title  of  the  h.  copy  contains  a  contemporary  MS.  attribution  to  Isaac  Story,  Jr. 

Wegelin  also  attributes  to  him. 

Story.  An  Oration,  on  the  Anniversary  of  the  Independence  of 
the  United  States  of  America.    Pronounced  at  Worcester,  July  4, 

1 80 1.  By  Isaac  Story,  a.m.  .  .  .  Worcester,  Massachusetts:  Printed 
at  the  Press  of  Isaiah  Thomas,  Jun.  July — 180 1 .   8vo,  pp.  32. 

AAS.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.  9228  I 

[Story.]  A  Parnassian  Shop,  opened  in  the  Pindaric  Stile;  by 
Peter  Quince,  Esq. .  .  .  Boston,  Printed  by  Russell  and  Cuthr.  I  80  I . 
l2mo,  pp.  155,  and  "apologetical"  note  pasted  on  verso  of  last  leaf, 
or  elsewhere. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTEX.,  Y.  92282 


10  STORY  (JOSEPH  ). 

On  the  recto  of  the  second  leaf  is  a  humorous  introduction  entitled  "Sign-board." 
According  to  Duyckinck,  some  of  the  verses  had  been  previously  published  in  the 
"Political  Gazette"  of  Newburyport.  An  earlier  version  of  the  "Duet,  or  Collin  and 
Delia,"  appeared  in  the  number  for  December  8,  1795,  under  the  pseudonym  of 
"Country  Boy."  The  "Pindaric  stile"  is  an  allusion  to  that  of  John  Wolcot,  who 
wrote  under  the  name  of  "Peter  Pindar." 

[Story]  ,  suffosed  author.  Yarico  to  Inkle,  See  under  title. 

Though  this  poem  is  usually  attributed  to  Isaac  Story,  it  is  a  reprint  of  the  poem 
with  the  same  title,  printed  in  London  in  1736. 

Story  (Joseph). 

Technical  legal  works  of  Justice  Story  are  not  included  in  the  following  list. 

Story.  An  Address  delivered  on  the  Dedication  of  the  Cemetery 
at  Mount  Auburn,  September  24,1831.  By  Joseph  Story.  To  which 
is  added  an  Appendix,  containing  a  Historical  Notice  and  Descrip- 
tion of  the  Place,  with  a  list  of  the  present  subscribers.  Boston: 
Joseph  T.  &  Ed-win  Buckingham.  1831.  8vo,  pp.  32.  aas.,  c, 
cu.,  NYH.,  UTS.,  Y.   +  [Same  imprint  and  date.]    8vo,  pp.  29,  (  i  ). 

NYP.  92283 

Copies  of  either  one  or  the  other  of  the  above  issues  are  also   located  at  b.,  ba,, 

BM.,   H.,   HSP.,  M.,  MINNHS.,    WHS. 

Story.  Address  to  the  Members  of  the  Suffolk  Bar,  at  their  An- 
niversary, the  4th  of  Sept.  182  I,  at  Boston.    Boston.    1829.    8vo. 

92284 

Title  from  a  clipping  from  an  unidentified  English  bookseller's  catalogue. 

Story.  A  Charge,  delivered  to  the  Grand  Juries  of  the  Circuit 
Court,  at  October  Term,  1 8 1 9,  in  Boston,  and  at  November  Term, 
1819,  in  Providence;  and  published  at  their  unanimous  request.  By 
the  Hon.  Joseph  Story.    [Boston?    18 1 9.]    8vo,  pp.  8. 

Caption  title.  BA.,  M.  92285 

Story.    A  Charge  delivered  to  the  Grand  Jury  of  the  Circuit 

^    Court  of  the  United  States,  at  its  first  session  in  Portland,  for  the 

■/^Judicial  District  of  Maine,  May  8,  1 820,  and  published  at  the  unani- 

'  "^"^    mous  request  of  the  Grand  Jury  and  of  the  Bar.   By  the  Hon.  Joseph 

Story.   Portlafid:   Printed  by  J .  Shirley.    1 820.    8vo,  pp.  2  1. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  CU.,  HEH.,  M.,  MEHS.  92286 

A  Boston,  1820,  edition  was  included  in  the  nvh.  printed  catalogue,  1859,  pos- 
sibly an  error  for  the  above.  The  copy  can  not  now  be  located. 

Story.  Charge  of  Mr.  Justice  Story,  on  the  Law  of  Treason, 
delivered  to  the  Grand  Jury  of  the  Circuit  Court  of  the  United 
States,  holden  at  Newport,  for  the  Rhode-Island  District,  June  15, 


STORY  (JOSEPH  ).  H 

1842.  Published  at  the  request  of  the  Grany  Jury,  and  the  Rhode- 
Island  Bar.  Providence:  Printed  by  H.  H.  Brown.  1842.  8vo, 
pp.8.  BM.,  H.,  Y.  92287 

Story.  Comentario  sobre  la  Constitucion  federal  de  los  Estados 
Unidos,  precedido  de  una  revista  sobre  la  historia  de  las  colonias  y 
de  los  estados  antes  de  la  adopcion  de  la  constitucion.  Traducido  del 
Comentario  abreviado,  y  aumentado  con  las  observaciones  de  Jef- 
ferson, Rawle,  de  Tocqueville,  etc.,  y  de  notas  sobre  la  organizacion 
judicial  por  Paul  Odent.  Traducido  al  espanol  por  Nicolas  A.  Calvo. 
.  .  .  2^  edicion.   Buenos  Aires,    i860.    2  vols.,  4to.  92288 

Title  from  the  catalogue  of  the  National  Library  of  the  Argentine  Republic.    Re- 
printed in  Buenos  Aires  in  1881,  c,  and  1888. 

Story.  Commentaire  sur  la  constitution  des  Etats-Unis  traduit 
du  commentaire  de  J.Story .  .  .etaugmente  des  observations  dc  MM. 
Jefferson,  Rawle,  de  Tocqueville,  etc.,  et  de  notes  sur  la  jurispru- 
dence et  I'organisation  judiciaire,  par  Paul  Odent .  .  .  Pans.  Jonbert^ 
libraire  de  la  Cour  de  cassation,  Rue  des  Gres,  14,  fres  de  la  Faculte 
de  droit.  1 845.  [Verso  of  half  title:]  Paris. — Imfrimerie  de  Fain 
et  Thunoty  Rue  Racine,  28,  fres  de  VOdeon.  2  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  ix, 
Ixxi,  390;  (4),  498,  errata  ( I ).  H. (law).  92289 

Story.  Commentaire  sur  la  constitution  federale  des  Etats-Unis, 
precede  d'un  apergu  sur  I'histoire  des  colonies  et  des  Etats  avant 
I'adoption  de  la  constitution.  Traduit  du  Commentaire  abrege  de 
J.  Story,  et  augmente  des  observations  de  MM.  JeiTerson,  Rawle, 
de  Tocqueville,  etc.  et  de  notes  sur  la  jurisprudence  et  I'organisation 
judiciaire,  par  Paul  Odent.   Paris:   Joubert.    1 843.    2vols.,  8vo. 

Title  from  Lorenz,  vol.  3,  1869,  p.  602.  BM.  9229O 

Story.  Commentaries  on  the  Constitution  of  the  United  States; 
with  a  Preliminary  Review  of  the  Constitutional  History  of  the  Col- 
onies and  States,  before  the  Adoption  of  the  Constitution.  By  Joseph 
Story,  LL.D.,  Dane  Professor  of  Law  in  Harvard  University.  In 
three  volumes.  .  .  .  Boston:  HilUard,  Gray,  and  Company.  Cam- 
bridge: BroivnyShattuckyand  Co.  1833.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cam- 
bridge: E.W.Metcalj  andCo.  Printers  to  the  University.  3  vols., 
8vo,pp.xxxiv,  (2),494;  (2),  555;  (2),  776.  c,  nyp.  +  Boston: 
HilUard,  Gray,  and  Company ;  Philadelphia:  P.  H.  Nicklin  and  T. 
Johnson.  1 833.  [Same  collation,  with  the  addition  of  one  prelim- 
inary leaf  at  the  beginning  of  vol.  I.]  c.  +  In  two  volumes.  .  .  . 
Second  Edition.  .  .  .  Boston:  Charles  C.  Little  and  James  Brown. 
1 85  I.    [Verso  of  title:]    Cambridge:  Printed  by  Bolles  and  Hough- 


12  STORY  (JOSEPH  ). 

ton.  2  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  xvii,  verso  blank,  (2),  734;  (2),  632.  B.,  BM., 
c,  H.,  Y.  +  In  two  volumes.  .  .  .  Third  Edition,  .  .  .  Boston: 
Littlcy  Brown  and  Comf any.  1858.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cambridge: 
Allen  and  Farnham,  Printers.    2  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  xxxiii,  (2),  735; 

(2),  702.  B.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  HSP.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  PEAB.,  Y.  9229  I 

Printer's  imprint  on  verso  of  title  of  vol.   3  of  the  Boston  a?id  Cambridge,   1833, 
issue  of  the  first  edition:    Cambridge :    Charles  Folsom,  Printer  to  the  University. 
Copies  of  one  or  other  of  the  issues  of  the  first  edition  are  located  also  at  b.,  ba., 

BM.,   BODLEIAN,    CU.,    H.,   M.,   MINNHS.,   P.,   Y. 

Reprinted,  2  vols.,  Boston,  1873,  c,  nyp.,  1891,  c,  nyp.,  and  1905,  c. 

For  Spanish  and  French  translations,  see  respectively  above,  Comentario  and 
Commentaire. 

For  an  abridged  German  translation,  see  [Buss  (F.  J.)],  no.  9559,  vol.  3.  bm., 
CU.  A  fuller  translation  of  the  original  work  forms  vol.  i  of  Buss'  "Vergleichendes 
Bundesstaatsrecht  von  Nordamerika,  Teutschland  und  der  Schweiz,"  Karlsruhe,  1844. 

BM.,  NYP. 

For  a  review,  see  "A  Brief  Enquiry  into  the  True  Nature  and  Character  of  our 
Federal  Government,"  no.  7866,  vol.  2.  c,  hsp.,  vasl.  First  published  anonymously, 
the  Enquiry  was  reprinted  with  the  author's  name  on  the  title,  Philadelphia,  1863. 
BM.,  c,  NYP.,  VASL.  Also  with  title:  "The  Federal  Government,  its  True  Nature  and 
Character,"  New  York,  1868.    aas.,  c. 

Story.  Commentaries  on  the  Constitution  of  the  United  States; 
with  a  Preliminary  Review  of  the  Constitutional  History  of  the  Col- 
onies and  States,  before  the  Adoption  of  the  Constitution.  By  Joseph 
Story  .  .  .  Abridged  by  the  Author,  for  the  use  of  Colleges  and  High 
Schools.  .  .  .  Boston:  Hilliard,  Gray,  and  Company.  Cambridge: 
Brown,  Shattuck,  and  Co.  1833.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cambridge: 
Charles  Folsom,  Printer  to  the  University.   8vo,  pp.  xliii,  736. 

AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  GTS.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  92292 

Story.  The  Constitutional  Class  Book:  being  a  brief  exposition 
of  the  Constitution  of  the  United  States.  Designed  for  the  use  of  the 
higher  classes  in  common  schools.  By  Joseph  Story  .  .  .  Boston: 
Hilliard,  Gray  &"  Company.  1 834.  [Verso  of  title:]  Boston: 
James  B.  Dow,  Printer,  122  Washington  St.    l2mo,  pp.  8,  13—166. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  92293 

According  to  the  preface,  the  work  "properly  forms  a  sequel  to  Mr.  [William] 
Sullivan's  Political  Class  Book;  but  it  is,  at  the  same  time,  altogether  independent 
of  it  in  its  structure  and  design." 

[Story.]  Decree  of  the  Circuit  Court  of  the  United  States,  in 
the  case  of  the  Ship  Argonaut.  [Verso  of  title:]  Salem:  Warwick 
Paljray,  Jr.   Printer.    1823.    8vo,  pp.  55.        EI.,  H. (law).  92294 

Story.  A  Discourse  delivered  before  the  Society  of  the  Alumni 
of  Harvard  University,  at  their  first  anniversary,  August  23,  1842, 
being  the  close  of  the  second  century  after  the  first  class  was  grad- 


STORY  (Joseph).  13 

uated.  By  Joseph  Story  .  .  .  Boston:  Charles  C.  Little  and  James 
Broivn.  1842.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cambridge:  Metcalf,  Keith,  and 
Nichols,  Printers  to  the  University.   8vo,  pp.  40. 

B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  M.J  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  92295 

Story.  A  Discourse  on  the  Past  History,  Present  State,  and  Fu- 
ture Prospects  of  the  Law.  By  the  Hon.  Joseph  Story,  one  of  the 
Judges  of  the  Supreme  Court  of  tlie  United  States.  Edinburgh: 
Thomas  Clark,  l,S  George  Street,  mdcccxxxv.    l2mo,  pp.  (2),  54. 

BM.j  c,  h.(law),  nyp.  92296 

The  pages  of  the  text  are  numbered  at  the  foot  61— 114.  Forms  no.  z  of  the  "Cab- 
inet Library  of  Scarce  and  Celebrated  Tracts,"  vol.  i,  1837. 

Story.  A  Discourse  on  the  Progress  of  Science  and  Literature. 
By  the  Hon.  Joseph  Story  .  .  .  Edinburgh:  Thomas  Clark,  38, 
George  Street,  mdcccxxxvi.  [Verso  of  title:]  James  Burnet, 
Prifiter,  5,  Shak[e]speare Square.    l6mo,  pp.  39.  nyp.  92297 

Issued  as  part  of  the  "Students'  Cabinet  Library  of  Useful  Tracts,"  vol.  2,  1836, 
having  beside  the  separate  pagination  given  above,  the  page  numbering  for  that  vol- 
ume, 143—179,  at  the  foot  of  the  pages.  In  the  volume  it  is  followed  by  Discourses 
on  the  Progress  of  Science  and  Literature,  entered  below. 

For  the  first  edition,  see  Discourse  pronounced  before  the  Phi  Beta  Kappa  Society, 
below. 

Reprinted  in  Williston's  "Eloquence  of  the  United  States,"  Middletozvn,  1827, 
vol.  5,  pp.  415-453;  "American  Oratory,"  Philadelphia,  1836,  pp.  504-531;  and 
Moore's  "American  Eloquence,"  Nctv  York,  1857,  vol.  2,  pp.  424—437. 

Story.  A  Discourse  pronounced  at  the  Funeral  Obsequies  of 
John  Hooker  Ashmun,  Esq.,  Royall  Professor  of  Law  in  Harvard 
University,  before  the  President,  Fellows,  and  Faculty,  in  the 
Chapel  of  the  University,  April  5,  1833.  By  Joseph  Story.  ... 
Cambridge:  Brown,  Shattuck,  and  Company,  Booksellers  to  the 
University.  1 833.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cambridge:  Charles  Folsom, 
Printer  to  the  University.   8vo,  pp.  20. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  WHS.  92298 

Story.  A  Discourse  pronounced  at  the  Request  of  the  Essex 
Historical  Societ}',  on  the  1 8th  of  September,  1 828,  in  Commemo- 
ration of  the  first  Settlement  of  Salem,  in  the  State  of  Massachusetts. 
By  Joseph  Story.  .  .  .  Boston:  Hilliard,  Gray,  Little,  and  Wilkins. 
1828.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cambridge:  Hilliard,  Metcalj,  and  Com- 
pany, Printers  to  the  University.    8vo,  pp.  90 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  JOB.,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP., 

P.,  WHS.,  Y.  92299 

A  brief  extract  from  this  address  appears  in  Moore's  "American  Eloquence,"  vol. 
2,  1858,  p.  438,  under  title,  "The  American  Indians." 


14  STORY  (JOSEPH ). 

Story.  A  Discourse  pronounced  before  the  Phi  Beta  Kappa 
Society,  at  the  Anniversary  Celebration,  on  the  Thirt)'-fisrt  [sic] 
Day  of  August,  1826.  By  Joseph  Story.  Boston:  Hilliard,  Grayy 
Littley  and  Wilktns.  1 826.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cambridge.  From 
the  University  Press — By  Hilliard  £2?  Mctcalj.   8vo,  pp.  58. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  CU.,  H.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.,  US.BUR.EDUC, 

UTEX.,  Y.  92300 

For  later  editions,  see  Discourse  on  the  Progress  of  Science  and  Literature,  above. 

Story.  A  Discourse  pronounced  upon  the  Inauguration  of  the 
Author,  as  Dane  Professor  of  Law  in  Harvard  University,  on  the 
Twenty-fifth  day  of  August,  1829.  By  Joseph  Story.  Boston: 
Hilliard,  Gray  ^Little,  and  Wilkins.  1829.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cam- 
bridge: E.  W.  Metcalj  and  Comfatiy.   8vo,  pp.  60. 

AAS.,  B.j  BA.,  BM.,  C,  JCB.,  H.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP., 

P.,  Y.  92301 

Story.  A  Discourse  upon  the  Life,  Character,  and  Services  of  the 
Honorable  John  Marshall,  ll.d..  Chief  Justice  of  the  United  States 
of  America,  pronounced  on  the  fifteenth  day  of  October,  at  the 
request  of  the  Suifolk  Bar,  by  Joseph  Story  .  .  .  Boston:  James 
Munroe  and  Company.  M  DCCC  xxxv.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cam- 
bridge Press:    Metcalj,  Torry,  and  Ballou.    8vo,  pp.  74,  erratum 

(  I  ).        AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  MINNHS.  NYH., 

NYP.,  P.,  UP.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  92302 

"The  narrative  of  facts  and  some  of  the  reflections  in  this  Discourse  are  taken 
from  a  biographical  sketch,  written  by  me  some  years  ago  for  the  North  American 
Review,"  see  advertisement  on  second  leaf. 

Reprinted,  Rochester,  1900.    c,  y. 

Story.  Discourses  on  the  Progress  of  Science  and  Literature. 
By  the  Hon.  Joseph  Story  .  .  .  Edinburgh:  Thom,as  Clark,  38, 
George  Street,  mdcccxxxvi.  [Verso  of  title:]  James  Burnet, 
Printer,  5,  Shaksfeare  Square.    l6mo,  pp.  70.  nyp.  92303 

Contains  three  addresses  as  follows:  Discourse  II,  delivered  before  the  Boston 
Mechanics'  Institute,  November,  1829;  Discourse  III,  introductory  to  a  course  of 
lectures  before  the  families  of  the  professors  of  Harvard  College,  December  23,  1830; 
Discourse  IV,  on  the  science  of  government,  delivered  before  the  American  Institute 
of  Instruction,  August,  1834. 

Issued  as  part  of  the  "Students'  Cabinet  Library  of  Useful  Tracts,"  vol.  2,  1836, 
having  beside  the  separate  pagination  given  above,  the  page  numbering  for  that  vol- 
ume, 181—250,  at  the  foot  of  the  pages.  The  preceding  pp.  143—179,  contain  A  Dis- 
course on  the  Progress  of  Science  and  Literature,  sec  above,  this  evidently  being 
considered  Discourse  I. 

"A  Discourse  delivered  before  the  Boston  Mechanics'  Institution,"  had  been 
previously  issued  as  the  first  address  in  "The  American  Library  of  Useful  Knowl- 
edge," vol.  I,  Hoslvn,  1 83 1,  pp.  3-37. 


STORY  (JOSEPH ).  I  5 

Story.  An  Eulogy  on  General  George  Washington;  written  at 
the  request  of  the  inhabitants  of  Marblehead,  and  delivered  before 
them  on  the  second  day  of  January,  a.  d.  i8oo.  By  Joseph  Story 
.  .  .  Printed  by  Joshua  Cashing,  County  Street,  Salem.    1 800.    8vo, 

pp.  24.  B.,  BA.,  BU.,  C,  JCB.,  H.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  M.,  NVH.,  NYP.  92304 
Pp.  17—24  contain  an  elegy  to  the  memory  of  Washington,  which  "was  originally 
designed   for  newspaporial   currency."  The  eulogy  is  reprinted   in   Hough's  "Wash- 
ingtoniana,"  vol.  2,  1865,  pp.  82—92. 

Story.  A  Familiar  Exposition  of  the  Constitution  of  the  United 
States:  containing  a  brief  Commentary  on  every  clause,  explaining 
the  true  nature,  reasons,  and  objects  thereof;  designed  for  the  use 
of  school  libraries  and  general  readers.  With  an  Appendix,  contain- 
ing important  Public  Documents,  illustrative  of  the  Constitution.  By 
Joseph  Story  .  .  .  Boston:  Marsh,  Cafen,  Lyon,  and  Webb.  1840. 
[Verso  of  title:]  Education  Press.  l2mo,  pp.  372.  aas.,  b.,  C,  h., 
M.,  NYP.,  UTEX.  +  Boston:  Thomas  H.  Webb  tff  Co.  1 842. 
[Verso  of  title :]  Education  Press.  1 2 mo,  added  engraved  title,  and 
pp.  (6),  5-372.  BA.  -\-  Boston:  W.  Crosby  and  H.  P.  Nichols. 
[184—?]  l2mo,  pp.  360.  BM.,  MINNHS.  -\-NeivYork:  Harfer 
&  Brothers,  Publishers,  82  Clijf  Street.  1 847.  l2mo,  pp.  372. 
GTS.,  H.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  +  [Same  imprint  and  collation.]  1850. 
WLC.  +  New  York:  Harfer  ^  Brothers,  Publishers,  329  &  331 
Pearl  Street,  Franklin  Square.    1854.    l2mo,  pp.  372.    aas.  92305 

Reissued  by  Harper  &  Brothers  in  1856,  1859,  i860,  and  later  years. 
The  first  and  second  editions  were  also  issued  as  vol.  13  of  the  "School  Library," 
published  under  the  sanction  of  the  Board  of  Education  of  the  State  of  Massachusetts. 

Story.  Law  and  Miscellaneous  Books.  Catalogue  of  Law  and 
Miscellaneous  Books,  belonging  to  the  Library  of  the  late  Mr. 
Justice  Story.  Containing  many  scarce  and  very  valuable  works  .  .  . 
To  be  sold  at  auction,  by  Phillips  &  Sampson,  on  Friday  and  Satur- 
day, April  3d  &  4th,  1846  .  .  .  Boston.  Printed  by  Alfred  Mudge. 
1846.    8vo,  pp.  30.  AAS.,  B.  92306. 

Story.  A  Lecture  delivered  before  the  American  Institute  of 
Instruction,  at  their  Anniversary,  in  August,  1834,  at  Boston.  By 
Joseph  Story,  Boston:  Printed  by  Tuttle  and  Weeks.    1835.    8vo, 

pp.  29.  AAS.,  C,  H.  92307 

[Story.]  Memorial.  The  Case  of  the  Schooner  Reward,  Wil- 
liam Goss,  Master,  before  the  Honorable  the  Commissioners  for  the 
Settlement  of  Claims;  under  the  Treaty  with  France,  ratified  on  the 
2d  of  February  A.  D.  1832.    [Boston.    1835.]    8vo,  pp.  15. 

B.  92308 


l6  STORY  (JOSEPH  ). 

Signed  and  dated:  "William  Fettyplace,  In  behalf  of  himself  and  the  other  Claim- 
ants.   Boston,  Dec.  i6,  1835." 

"By  J.  Story"  in  autograph  on  first  page  of  the  b.  copy,  which  also  has  the  ms.  note: 
"The  Commissioners  rejected  the  claim;  but  in  my  judgment  in  violation  of  the 
clearest  principles  of  Law  &  Justice.    J.  Story,  1837." 

[Story.]  Memorial  of  the  Inhabitants  of  the  Town  of  Salem, 
in  the  State  of  Massachusetts.  January  30,  1806.  Read,  and  re- 
ferred to  the  committee  of  the  whole  House,  on  the  state  of  the 
union.    City  of  Washingon:   A .&'  G.  Way,  Printers.    1 806.    8vo, 

pp.   18.  AAS.  92309 

For  an  attribution,  see  W.  W.  Story's  "Life  and  Letters  of  Joseph  Story,"  1851, 
p.  136. 

Signed  by  a  committee  of  six,  of  whom  Story  was  one. 
Improved  title  of  no.  75673,  vol.  18. 

[Story].    Memorial  of  the  Merchants  ...  in  Salem.    See  no. 

47680,  vol.   12.    AAS.,  H.,  NYP. 

Attributed  to  Story  in  W.  W.  Story's  "Life  and  Letters  of  Joseph  Story,"  1 851, 
vol.  I,  pp.  370-376. 

[Story.^]    Miscellaneous  Poems.   1828.  ^.ft' no.  49444,  vol.  12. 

AAS.,  H. 

The  Catalogue  of  the  library  of  the  Harvard  Law  School,  1909,  attributes  to  Joseph 
Story,  and  supplies  [Ipszvic/i]  as  the  place  of  printing. 

The  AAS.  copy  also  has  the  slip  with  the  pseudonym,  John  Agawam,  in  this  case 
pasted  on  p.  [3]. 

Story.  The  Miscellaneous  Writings,  Literary,  Critical,  Juridical, 
and  Political,  of  Joseph  Story,  ll.d.,  now  first  collected.  .  .  .  Bos- 
ton: James  Munroe  and  Company.  M  DCCC  xxxv.  [Verso  of  title:] 
Cam.bridge  Press:   Metcalfe  Torry,  and  Ballon.    4to,  pp.  viii,  527, 

(l).  AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  H.,  M.,  WHS.,  WLC,  Y.  92316 

Story.  The  Miscellaneous  Writings  of  Joseph  Story,  Associate 
Justice  of  the  Supreme  Court  of  the  United  States,  and  Dane  Pro- 
fessor of  Law  at  Harvard  University.  Editetl  by  his  Son,  William 
W.  Story.  Boston:  Charles  C.  Little  and  James  Brown.  1852. 
[Verso  of  title :]    Cambridge:  Printed  by  Houghton  and  Haywood. 

8vo,   pp.   X,    (2),    828.     B.,  BA.,  BM.,   C,   H.,   HEH.,   M.,  MINNHS., 

NYH.,  NYP.,  PEAB.,  UP.,  Y.  923  I  I 

Story.  The  Opinion  of  Judge  Story,  in  the  case  of  Ezekiel  Fos- 
ter, the  Suffolk  Insurance  Company  et  alii  Claimants  of  Schooner 
Boston  and  Cargo,  and  Appellants,  vs.  John  Gardiner,  et  alii  Libel- 
lants  for  Salvage,  and  Appellees.  Theophilus  Parsons,  William  G. 
Stearns,  Counsel  for  Claimants  &  Appellants.    Bradford  Sumner, 


STORY  (JOSEPH  ).  I  7 

Isaac  M'Lellan,  Jr.  Counsel  for  Libellants  &  Appellees.  Boston: 
Printed  at  the  Office  of  the  Daily  Advertiser  ayid  Patriot.     1833. 

8vo,  pp.  23.  BM,,  H. (law).  92312 

Story.  The  Opinion  of  Judge  Story  in  the  case  of  William  Allen 
vs.  Joseph  McKeen,  Treasurer  of  Bowdoin  College;  decided  in  the 
Circuit  Court  of  the  United  States,  at  the  May  term  at  Portland, 
1833.  Boston:  Printed  at  the  Office  of  the  Daily  Advertiser  and 
Patriot.    1833.   8vo,  pp.  21.  aas.,  B.,  BA.,  c,  H.,  nyp.  92313 

Reprinted  with  the  "Proceedings  of  the  Board  of  Trustees  of  Bowdoin  College  in 
the  Case  ..."  Augusta,  1834,  our  no.  7036,  vol.  2. 

Story.  Opinion  pronounced  by  the  Hon.  Judge  Story,  in  the 
case  of  Ebenezer  Tyler  and  others,  vs.  Abraham  Wilkinson  and 
others:  at  the  Last  June  Term  of  the  Circuit  Court,  for  Rhode- 
Island  District.  (Note.  In  consequence  of  certain  partial  statements 
of  the  opinion  in  this  case  which  have  been  given  in  the  public  papers, 
it  has  been  thought  proper  to  publish  the  same  entire.)  Paivtucket: 
Printed  by  Randall  MeachaTn.    1827.   8vo,  pp.  19.    aas.,h.  92314 

Story.  An  Oration,  pronounced  at  Salem,  on  the  Fourth  day  of 
July,  1804,  in  Commemoration  of  our  National  Independence.  By 
Joseph  Story,  Esq.  .  .  .  Salem:  Printed  by  William  Carlton.  1 804. 
8vo,  pp.  34,  (2). 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.  923  I  5 

The  last  leaf  contains  a  "Song,  composed  by  Mr.  Story,  and  sung  at  the  close  of 
the  performances  in  the  Meeting  House." 

Story.  The  |  Power  |  of  |  Solitude.  |  A  |  Poem.  |  In  Two  Parts.  I 
By  Joseph   Story.    |    .  .  .    |   Boston^   \   Printed  by  John  Russell.    \ 

[1800.]      8vo,  pp.    100.     AAS.,  BU.,  C,   HEH.,   NYH.,  UTEX.,  WLC. 

+  A  New  and  Improved  Edition.  Salem:  Published  by  Barnard 
B.Macanulty.  1 804.  [Verso  of  title:]  C.  Stebbins,  Printer,  Charles- 
town.  i2mo,  pp.  (4),  260.  Frontispiece,  heh.,  nyh.  +  A 
New  and  Improved  Edition.  Salem:  Published  by  Barnard  B. 
Macanulty.  1 804.  [Verso  of  title:]  S.  Etheridge  &' C.  Stebbins, 
Printers.    [Same  collation.]  aas.,  c,  nyp.  92316 

The  poem  was  composed  in  1799,  see  W.  W.  Story's  Life  of  his  father,  vol.  i,  p. 
83,  and  copyrighted  May  2,  1 800,  according  to  Charles  Evans. 

Copies  of  one  or  other  of  the  Salem  issues  are  located  also  at  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  cu.,  h., 

M.,  UTEX.,  UTS.,   Y. 

Story's  literary  taste  having  changed,  he  is  said  to  have  attempted  to  buy  up  and 
destroy  copies  of  the  poem.    See  Tapley's  "Salem  Imprints,"  1927,  p-  190. 

Story.  Selections  from  the  Works  of  Joseph  Story,  ll.d.,  v\  ith  a 
Sketch  of  his  Life.    Boston:    Published  by  James  Burns.     1839. 


I  8  STORY  (JOSEPH  ). 

[Verso  of  title:]     Tuttley  Dennett  &'  Chisholm — Printers.    241110, 
added  engraved  title,  and  pp.  219.   Frontispiece  portrait. 

Added  engraved  title:    "Beauties  of  Story.  ..."  B.,  M.  923  I  7 

Story.  Sketch  of  the  Life  of  Samuel  Dexter,  ll.d.  by  the  Hon. 
Joseph  Story,  ll.d.  Judge  of  the  Supreme  Court  of  the  United 
States,  and  presiding  Judge  of  the  Circ.  Court  of  the  U.  S.  for  the 
First  Circuit,  as  delivered  to  the  Grand  Jurors  of  the  District  of 
Massachusetts,  and  to  the  Members  of  the  Suffolk  Bar  at  the  Opening 
of  the  Court  in  Boston,  May  15,  18 16.  ...  Boston:  Printed  by 
John  Eliot.  1^16.   8vo,  pp.  20. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.  923  I  8 
A  part  of  Judge  Story's  charge  to  the  Grand  Jury. 

Story.  Slavery  &  the  Slave  Trade.  From  Judge  Story's  Charge 
to  the  Grand  Jury  of  the  U.  S.  Circuit  Court,  in  Portsmouth,  N.  H. 
— MayTermi820.    \_n.  f.    1820.?]    8vo,  pp.  8.      B.,  BM.  92319 

Caption  title. 

Story.  Valuable  Lavi^  Library.  Catalogue  of  the  Select  and  most 
Valuable  Portion  of  the  Law  Library  of  the  late  Judge  Story.  .  .  . 
To  be  sold  by  auction  ..  .  February  19  and  20,  1856,  by  Leonard  & 
Co.,  Auctioners,  at  their  sales  rooms,  Nos.  45  and  47  Tremont 
Street,  Boston.  .  .  .  Boston:  Printed  by  Alfred  Miidge  &'  Son,  No. 
21  School  Street,  lSs6.    8vo,  pp.  18.  H.  92320 

The  legal  treatises  and  commentaries  prepared  hy  Story,  which  we  have  not  in- 
cluded in  the  above  list,  passed  through  many  editions.  He  also  edited  "The  Public 
and  General  Statutes  passed  by  the  Congress  of  the  United  States  of  America.  From 
1789  to  1827  inclusive,  whether  expired,  repealed,  or  in  force  ..."  3  vols.,  Boston, 
1827.  This  was  reissued  in  Boston  in  1828,  and  a  new  edition  with  a  continuation, 
edited  by  George  Sharswood,  was  published  in  Philadelphia  from   1837  to  1840. 

Story  contributed  the  "Eulogy"  in  "An  Account  of  the  Funeral  Honours  bestowed 
on  the  Remains  of  Capt.  [James]  Lawrence  and  Lieut.  Ludlow,"  Boston,  181 3,  our 
no.  39355,  vol.  10.   b.,  bm.,  h.  (law),  hsp.,  m.,  nyh.,  nyp.,  uts. 

Also:  Resolutions  on  the  late  decease  of  Hon.  Joseph  Story,  one  of  the  judges  of 
the  Supreme  Court  of  the  United  States.  Presented  to  the  Circuit  Court  of  the  United 
States  for  the  Maine  District,  October  term,  1845.  By  the  members  of  the  bar:  with 
the  replies  of  the  justices,  [n.  p.  1845.]  8vo,  pp.  8.  Caption  title.  Supplied  from 
Williamson,    bm.   lists  this,  supplying  the   imprint,   [Portland,  1845.] 

A  MS.  note  prepared  for  the  Dictionary  by  Joseph  Sabin  gives  the  title  for  an  issue 
with  imprint:   Augusta.    1845. 

Story  (Sydney  A.),  jr.,  pseud.  Caste:  a  Story  of  Republican 
Equality.    See  [Pike  (Mrs.  Mary  H.)],  no.  62828,  vol.  15.    B., 

BM.,  UP. 

Story  (Thomas).  The  Consolation  and  Confidence  afforded  by 
Religion,  forcibly  illustrated  during  the  Prevalence  of  a  Pestilential 


STORY   (tHOMAs).  I  9 

Disorder  in  Philadelphia,  in  the  year  1699:  extracted  from  the 
abridged  Journal  of  Thomas  Story.  London:  Harvey  and  Darton. 
1831.  92321 

Title  from  Smith's  Catalogue  of  Friends'  Books. 

Story.  Conversations,  Discussions  and  Anecdotes  of  .  .  .  ^ce 
Richardson  (N.),  no.  71080,  vol.  17.  bm.,  c,  up.,  uts. 

Story.  A  |  Determination  |  of  the  |  Case  |  of  |  Mr.  Thomas 
Story  and  Mr.  James  Hoskins,  |  Relating  to  an  Affair  of  the  Penn- 
sylvania |  Company,  &c.  |  [P/;27«rt'^'//>Am;  S.Kcimcr.  1724.]  Folio, 
pp.  3.  HSP.  92322 

Title  from  Hildeburn.  For  two  London  editions,  see  Bockett  (Elias),  no.  6106, 
vol.  2.  BM.  has  the  first  London  edition  and  states  that  it  is  edited  by  Justus  and 
signed  by  Benjamin  Braine  and  the  other  arbitrators. 

See  also,  Wit  and  Honesty,  below. 

Story.  The  Doctrines  of  the  Society  of  Friends,  as  set  forth  in 
the  Life  and  Writings  of  Thomas  Story.  Philadelphia:  fublishcd  by 
the  Association  of  Friends  for  the  Diffusion  oj  Religious  and  Useful 
Knowledge,  No.  109  North  Tenth  Street.  1859.  [Colophon:] 
Stereotyped  by  L.  Johnson  ^  Co.  Philadelphia.    l8mo,  pp.  195- 

H. 92323 

Story.  A  |  Journal  |  of  the  |  Life  |  of  |  Thomas  Story:  |  Con- 
taining, an  Account  of  his  |  Remarkable  Convincement  |  Of,  and 
Embracing  the  |  Principles  of  Truth,  |  As  held  by  the  People  called  | 
Quakers;  |  And  also,  of  his  Travels  and  Labours  in  the  |  Service  of 
the  Gospel:  |  With  many  other  Occurrences  and  Observations.  | 
Newcastle  upon  Tyne:  |  Printed  by  Isaac  Thompson  and  Company, 
at  the  New  Printing-office  on  the  Side.  \  mdccxlvii.  |  Folio,  pp. 

(4),  iv,   768,  8.      AAS.,  BA,,  BM.,  C,  JCB.,  H.,  HEH.,  NYH.,  NYP., 

P.  5S6  is  mispaged  566.  UTS.,  WHS.,  WLC.  92324 

There  are  two  issues,  one  on  large  and  thick  paper  printed  at  the  expense  of  the 

author's  estate  as  directed  by  his  will,  aas.,  and  the  other  printed  at  the  publisher's 

"own  Expence  and  Risque,"  nvp.    See  the  second  preliminary  leaf  in  each  issue. 

Story  was  a  friend  of  William  Penn  who  visited  America  and  partly  at  his  request 
prolonged  his  stay  for  16  years.  He  was  a  member  of  the  Council  of  Pennsylvania, 
and  held  other  offices,  including  that  of  recorder  in  the  city  of  Philadelphia.  He  also 
visited  the  Friends  in  other  parts  of  the  country.  The  American  part  of  the  narrative 
which  includes  visits  to  the  West  Indies  forms  pp.  147—463. 

A  reprint  forms  nos.  1-9,  and  the  first  part  of  no.  10,  of  the  "Friends'  Library," 
vol.  10,  Philadelphia,  1846,  pp.  372.  aas.,  bm.  An  abridgment  is  in  vol.  13  of  the 
"Friends'  Library,"  Lindfield,  1832—1837.    bm. 

Story.  The  Life  of  Thomas  Story,  carefully  abridged :  in  which 
the  Principal  Occurrences  and  the  most  Interesting  Remarks  and 


20  STORY  (tHOMAs). 

Observations  are  retained.   By  John  Kendall.  Philadelphia:  Printed 
by  J.  Crukshank.    I  805.    l2mo,  pp.  346. 

AAS.,  C,  HSP.,  NYH.,  UTS.  92325 

For  the  original  work,  see  the  preceding  title,  and  for  the  first  edition  of  Kendall's 
abridgement,  see  Kendall  (John),  no.  37367,  vol.  9.    bm.,  bodleian,  nvp. 

Story.  The  Life  of  Thomas  Story  abridged  by  J.  Kendall,  re- 
vised and  considerably  enlarged  from  the  folio  edition,  written  by 
himself.  By  William  Alexander.  York:  Printed  by  William  Alex- 
ander ^  Co.   Castlegate,  .  .  .  1 832.   2  vols.,  l2mo. 

BM.,  BODLEIAN,  FAC.ADV.  92326 

Vol.  2  is  dated  1831.  Title  from  Smith's  Catalogue  of  Friend's  Books,  vol.  2,  p.  53. 

Story,  jt.  author.  The  Quaker  a  Christian.  See  Penn  (W. ), 
no.  59726,  vol.  14. 

Story.  Selections  from  the  Journal  of  Thomas  Story.  Man- 
chester: Printed  by  Johfi  Harrison^  Market  Street^  for  the  Man- 
chester and  Stockport  Tract  Depository.    [1830?]     l2mo. 

Title  from  Smith's  Catalogue  of  Friend's  Books.  BM.  92327 

Story.  Two  |  Discourses,  |  Delivered  in  the  |  Public  Assemblies  | 
Of  the  People  called  |  Quakers.  |  By  |  Thomas  Story.  |  Taken  in 
Short-Hand ;  and,  after  being  transcribed  at  |  Length,  examined  by 
the  said  T.  Story,  and  pub-  |  lished  by  his  Permission.  |  London, 
Printed  [1738]:  |  Providence ,  Re-printed  and  Sold  by  John  | 
Carter y  at  Shakespear's  Head.   m,dcc,lxix.  |  8vo,  pp.  43. 

AAS.,  C,  JCB.,  HEH.,  NYP.,  RIHS.  92328 

[Story?]  The  Wit  and  Honesty  of  James  Hoskins  [and  oth- 
ers] considered  in  remarks  on  their  late  pamphlet,  call'd  The  Pen- 
sylvania  Bubble.  By  the  translator  of  The  Pattern  of  Modesty. 
London.    1726.   8vo.  BM.  92329 

[Story.]   A  [  Word  to  the  Well-Liclin'd  |  of  all  |  Perswasions. 
Together  with  |  a  Copy  of  a  Letter  from  William  Penn  to  George 
Keith,  upon  his  Arbitrary  Summons  and  Un-  |  just  Proceedings,  at 
Turners-Hall,  against  the  |  People  Called  Quakers.  |   [Colophon:] 


Meeting- 
tJw  Bible 


London,  Printed  and  Sold  by  T.  So7vlr,  next  Door  to  the 
House  in  White-Hart-Court  in  Gracious-Streety  arid  at 
in  London-Hall-Street,  near  the  Market,  1 698.  |  410,  pp.  8. 

Caption  title.  JCB.  9233O 

Information  from  Catherine  C.  Quinn. 

An  edition  of  the  above,  without  Pcnn's  letter,  "(Signed  on  behalf  of  those  con- 
cerned, by  T.  Storey),"  London,  1697,  is  included  in  Smith's  Catalogue  of  Friends' 


STORY  ( WILLIAM    W.).  21 

Books.  Smith's  list  should  be  consulted  for  other  works  of  Story  which  have  no 
special  American  interest. 

The  Pennypacker  catalogue,  part  5,  no.  314,  lists  the  following  title  relating  to 
Story: 

The  Memory  of  that  Faithful  Man  of  God,  late  of  Cumberland,  deceased.  London, 
1692.    Small  4to. 

Story  (William  W[etmore] ).  Life  and  Letters  of  Joseph 
Story,  Associate  Justice  of  the  Supreme  Court  of  the  United  States, 
and  Dane  Professor  of  Law  at  Harvard  University,  Edited  by  his 
son,  William  W.  Story.  .  .  .  Boston:  Charles  C.  Little  and  James 
Brotvn.  1851.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cambridge:  Printed  l>v  Hough- 
ton and  Haywood.    2  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  xii,  574,  frontispiece  portrait; 

viii,  676.  AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  MINNHS.,  NYH., 

NYP.,  PEAB.,  UP.,  UTEX.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  WLC,  Y.  9233  I 

As  addenda  to  the  above,  W.  W.  Story  also  published  eight  pages  of  letters  to  his 
father  from  Daniel  Webster,  a  number  of  them  relating  to  questions  as  to  the 
Northeastern  boundary,  and  to  the  treaty  of  Washington,  negotiated  between  Mr. 
Webster  and  Lord  Ashburton.  Others  are  included  to  show  the  confidential  relations 
between  Webster  and  Story.  The  pamphlet  is  without  title  or  caption,  also  without 
place  or  date  of  printing,   b. 

Story.  Nature  and  Art:  A  Poem  delivered  before  the  Phi  Beta 
Kappa  Society  of  Harvard  University;  August  29,  1844.  By  Wil- 
liam W.  Story.  Boston:  Charles  C.  Little  and  James  Brozvn. 
MDCCCXLIV.  [Verso  of  title:]  Boston:  Printed  by  Freeman  and 
Bolles,  Washington  Street.    8vo,  pp.  (4),  48. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTEX.,  WHS.  92332 

Story.  Report  of  the  Case  of  Washburn,  et  al.  vs.  Gould,  heard 
before  Mr.  Justice  Story,  in  the  Circuit  Court  of  the  United  States 
for  the  District  of  Massachusetts.  At  Boston,  May  Term,  1844. 
By  William  W.  Story,  Reporter  of  the  Court.  Boston:  Printed  by 
Freeman  and  Bolles.    1844.    8vo,  pp.  55,  (  I  ).  BA.  92333 

Also:     The   American    Question.    ...    Reprinted    ...    from    "The    Daily    News." 

London.     1862.     AAS.,   B.,  BA.,  BM.,    C,    H.,    HSP.,    UTEX.,  WHS. 

Ode  on  the  anniversary  of  the  fifth  half  century  of  the  landing  of  Gov.  John 
Endicott.   Salem.    1878.   aas.,  bm.,  c,  nyp. 

For  a  list  of  first  editions  of  works  by  Story,  Including  many  literary,  historical 
and  legal  titles  omitted  here,  see  Foley. 

Story  of  the  Fourth  of  July,  by  LTncle  Ned.  An  Epitome  of 
American  Histor)',  adapted  to  infant  minds.  New  York:  Kiggins  if? 
Kellogg,  88  John  Street.  [185-?]  32mo,  pp.  16,  including  full 
page  illustrations.  nyp.  92334 

The  firm  of  Kigglns  &  Kellogg  are  located  at  88  John  Street  in  the  New  York 
City  directories  for  1849-50  to  1855-56. 

VOL.  XXIV.  2 


22  STORY    OF    A    REVOLUTIONARY. 

The  Story  of  a  Revolutionary  Patriot;  or  The  Singular  Adven- 
tures of  General  Putnam.  For  the  Children  of  the  United  States. 
By  the  author  of  "Stories  about  Gen.  Lafayette;"  "Stories  about 
Arnold,  Andre,  and  Champe,"  &c.  &c,  &c.  With  Engravings. 
'New-Haven:  Published  by  A .  H.  Maltby.    1830.   24mo,  pp.  67. 

AAS.  92335 

A  Story  of  a  very  remarkable  Snake.  Printed  at  Hanover,  by 
Dunham  and  True.    I  795.  92336 

Title  from  Evans. 

The  I  Story  |  of  I  ^neas  and  Dido  |  burlesqued:  |  from  the 
Fourth  Book  of  the  [  /Eneid  of  Virgil.  |  .  .  .  |  Charlestoivn  \i.  e. 
Charleston,  S.  C]  :  |  Printed  and  Sold  by  Robert  Wells.  |  mdcc- 

LXXIV.  I   I2mo,  pp.  Xvi,  94.  BM.,  BU.,  C,  NYP.  92337 

Improved  title  of  our  entry  under  Rowland  Rugeley  as  a  possible  author,  no.  73932, 
vol.  18.  Wegelin  also  attributes  to  Rugeley  on  the  authority  of  the  inscription  in  the 
NYP.  copy  written  by  a  former  owner,  "By  R.  Rugel[e]y."  However,  in  the  obituary 
of  Robert  Wells  printed  in  the  "Gentleman's  Magazine,"  vol.  6+,  pt.  2,  1794,  p.  677, 
it  is  stated  that  "Mr.  W.  was  a  man  of  letters,  and  a  poet,  evinced  by  a  travestie  of 
Virgil,  which  he  wrote  and  published  whilst  at  Charles-town." 

Gushing  mentions  a  London,  1774,  edition. 

The  Story  of  ^neas  and  Dido  burlesqued:    By  a  Gentleman  of 
South  Carolina.  Philadelphia:  James  Humphreys,  junior.   1 774. 
Title  from  Hildeburn.  92338 

The  Story  of  the  Life  of  Lafayette,  as  told  by  a  Father  to  his 
Children.  By  the  Author  of  the  'Children's  Robinson  Crusoe.'  .  .  . 
Boston:  Hilliard,  Gray,  Little,  and  Wilkins.  1 83 1.  [Verso  of 
title:]  Cambridge:  E.  W .  Metcalj  and  Co.  l8mo,  pp.  (4),  284. 
Frontispiece  portrait.  H.,  nyp.  92339 

By  Mrs.  Eliza  Ware  Rotch  Farrar. 

The  I  Story  |  of  |  Inkle  and  Yarrico.  |  A  most  moving  Tale  from 
the  Spectator.  |  Attempted  in  veres  [sic]  by  |  The  Right  Hon.  the 
Countess  of  ****  |  London:  Printed  for  J.  Cooper,  in  Flectstreet, 
1738.  I   {Price  One  Shilling.)  \  Folio,  pp.   (2),  5-10. 

BM.,  H.  92340 

Followed  by:  An  |  Epistle  |  from  |  Yarrico  to  Inkle,  |  After  he  had  left  her  in 
Slavery.  |  Lotidon:  \  Printed  for  J.  Cooper,  in  Fleetstreet,  1738.  |  Folio,  pp.  (2), 
13-16. 

For  other  poems  on  the  subject  of  the  desertion  of  the  Indian  girl,  Yarico,  by  her 
English  lover,  Inkle,  see  Epistle,  no.  22697,  vol.  6;  [Jerningham  (Edward)],  no. 
36061,  vol.  9,  and  Yarico  to  Inkle. 

The  Story  of  La  Peyrouse.  See  La  Perouse  (Jean  Francois 
Galaup  de),  no.  38968,  vol.  lO. 


STORY    OF    MEADVILLE. 


23 


A  Story  of  Meadville.  Boston:  1846.  Eastburn^s  Press.  8vo, 
pp.  4-  NYP.  92341 

Abridged  from  the  entry  for  August  25,  1824,  in  the  journal  of  John  James  Audu- 
bon. No  considerable  part  of  the  journal  was  published  until  much  later,  extracts 
from  it  being  first  included  in  the  "Life"  prepared  by  Robert  Buchanan  in  1868, 
from  materials  furnished  by  Mrs.  Audubon. 

The  Story  of  |  Palemon  and  Eliza.  |  Founded  on  Fact.  [  By  a 
Student  of  Dickinson  College.  |  .  .  .  j  Harr'tsburgh:  \  Printed  by  John 
Wyeth. — May  30,  1796.  |  l2mo,  pp.  (2),  5-13,  advertisement 
(l).  AAS.  92342 

There  are  no  pp.  3—4,  the  pamphlet  being  complete  in  one  signature. 
Attributed  by  Evans  to  John  Shippen. 

The  Story  of  the  American  Revolution,  Illustrated  by  Tales, 
Sketches,  and  Anecdotes.  ...  By  Lambert  Lilly,  Schoolmaster 
[fseud.].  Philadelphia:  Key  &'  Meilke.  1 83 1.  l8mo,  pp.  (6), 
9—204,  including  illustrations.  Frontispiece,  c.  +  Boston:  Wil- 
liam D.  Ticknor.  1839.  i8mo,  pp.  6,  9—204,  including  illustra- 
tions. NYP.  +  Boston:  Ticknor y  Reed,  and  Fields.  M  DCCC  Lll. 
[Same  collation.]  nyp.  92343 

By  Francis  Lister  Hawks. 

The  editions  published  in  1839  and  1852  have  a  Massachusetts  copyright  of  1833 
in  the  name  of  S.  G.  Goodrich. 

For  an  undated  edition,  see  Lilly  (Lambert),  no.  41075,  vol.  10. 

The  I  Story  |  of  |  The  cruel  Giant  Bar-  |  barico,  |  The  good 
Giant  Benefico,  |  And  the  little  Pretty  |  Dwarf  Mignon.  |  Boston: 
Printed  by  Mein  and  Fleemingy  and  to  be  |  sold  by  John  Mein  at  the 
London  \  Bookstore,  North-side  of  King-street,  |  mdcclxviii.  | 
y^t  which  Place  may  be  had,  A  great  variety  of  |  Entertaining  and 
Instructive  Books  for  Children.  |  24mo,  pp.  53,  advertisement  (  i ). 

B.  92344 

The  Story  of  Tom  Snell,  as  related  by  himself  to  his  old  school- 
fellow Wanley  Penson,  and  by  him  communicated  in  a  letter  to  his 
friend  Bountly.  Alexandria:  Printed  for  R.  &  J.  Gray,  by  J. 
Westcott.   1803.   i6mo,pp.  72.  c.  92345 

"Taken  from  the  story  of  'Wanley  Penson;  or,  the  Melancholy  Man,'  "  London, 
1791.— c. 

The  Story  Teller,  or  Merry-fellow's  Companion.  Containing  a 
choice  selection  of  Anecdotes,  Bon-mots,  Jests,  Reparties,  Stories, 
&c.  Boston:  Printed  and  sold  by  William  Spotswood,  No.  55, 
Marlborough-Street.    1 795.  9^346 

Title  from  Evans. 


24  STOTT. 

Stott  (Elizabeth  Phile).  Will  of  Mrs.  Elizabeth  Stott  who 
signs  the  same  as  Elizabeth  Phile  Stott  (Phile  being  her  maiden 
name.)  Proved  June  22,  1848.  Philadelphia:  Crissy  ^  Markley, 
Printers,  No.  4  Minor  Street.    1 848.   Svo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  28. 

Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch.  C.  9^347 

Stoughton  (John).  Anglo-Saxon  Colonies.  A  Lecture  deliv- 
ered before  the  Young  Men's  Christian  Association.  By  the  Rev. 
John  Stoughton.  London:  James  Nisbet  and  Co.  2  1  Berners 
Street;  Hamilton,  Adams,  and  Co.  Paternoster  Row.  George 
Barclay,  Printer,)  {Castle  St.  Leicester  Sq.  [1853.]  i6mo,  cover 
title,  and  pp.  40.  bm.,  cu.  92348 

According  to  the  half  title,  the  lecture  was  delivered  January  25,  1853. 
Also:    William  Penn,  the  founder  of  Pennsylvania.   London.    1882.    c. 

Stoughton  ([William]),  h.  1632,  d.  1701.  The  Address  | 
Of  the  Honorable  the  Lieutenant  Governour  |  Stoughton,  |  In  the 
Name  of  Himself  and  of  His  Majesties  |  Council  of  the  Province  of 
the  I  Massachusetts-Bay,  unto  His  Excellency  |  the  Earl  of  Bello- 
mont,  immediate-  |  ly  after  His  Lordship's  having  made  His  |  Speech 
unto  the  General  Assembly  of  |  said  Province,  at  His  first  meeting 
of  I  them,  on  the  Second  day  of  June,  1699.  |  [Colophon:]  Boston, 
Printed  by  Bartholomew  Green,  and  John  Allen,  \  Printers  to  His 
Excellency  the  Governour  and  Council.\Sold  at  the  Printing-House. 

1699.  I  Folio,  pp.  4.  PUB.REC.OFF.  92349 

Ten  copies  were  reproduced  by  photostat  at  the  Massachusetts  Historical  Society 
in  February,  1923,  from  the  original  in  the  Public  Record  OfRce,  London,  aas.,  c, 
HEH.,  JCB.,  M.,  NEWBERRY,  NYp.,  WHS.,  wLc,  Y.  This  was  the  fourth  of  3  group  of 
photostats  from  originals  in  the  Public  Record  Office,  including  "His  Excellency, 
the  Earl  of  Rellomont's  Speech,"  "The  Answer  of  the  House  of  Representatives,"  and 
"A  Congratulatory  Address  of  the  House  of  Representatives,"  all  printed  in  1699, 
by  Bartholomew  Green  and  John  Allen,  the  photostats  issued  with  title,  "Bellomont 
Addresses,"  as  no.  84  of  the  Americana  Series. 

[Stoughton.]  A  |  Narrative  |  of  |  The  Proceedings  |  of  |  Sir 
Edmond  Androsse  |  and  his  Complices,  |  Who  Acted  by  an  Illegal 
and  Arbitrary  com-  |  mission  from  the  Late  K.  James,  during  |  his 
Government  in  |  New  England.  |  By  several  Gentlemen  who  were 
of  his  Council.  |  [Boston.]  Printed  in  the  Year  1 69 1.  |  4to,  pp.  12, 
[A]  in  four,  B  in  2.    B.,  ba.,  bm.,  h.,  heh.,  JCB.,  m.,  nyp.  92350 

Dated  at  end:  "Boston  in  New  England,  Jan.  27,  1690."  Signed  by  William 
Stoughton,  and  four  others. 

A  number  of  copies  are  found  bound  with  "The  Revolution  In  New  England  jus- 
tified," 1691,  our  no.  46731,  vol.  ii,  erroneously  entered  under  Increase  Mather. 
The  address  "to  the  Reader"  in  that  work  is  signed  by  E.  R.  and  S.  S.,  probably 
Edward  Rawson  and  Samuel  Scwall,  who  may  have  been  the  authors.  The  Narrative 
was  apparently  issued  as  an  appendix,  and  the  two  works  were  reprinted  together  in 


STOUGHTON.  25 

1773.    See  no.  46732,  vol.  11,  where  our  date  is  wrongly  given  as  1783.    aas.,  ba., 

C,  NYP. 

Also  reprinted  in  Force's  "Tracts,"  vol.  4,  1846,  no.  9,  pp.  51-59;  by  the  Prince 
Society  in  its  "Andros  Tracts,"  vol.  i,  1868,  pp.  133—147;  and  in  Andrews'  "Narra- 
tives of  the  Insurrections,"  191 5,  pp.  237-249. 

A  facsimile  of  the  title  page  of  the  1691  edition  of  the  Narrative  Is  in  the  Church 
Catalogue. 

Stoughton.  New-Englands  |  True  Interest;  |  not  to  lie:  |  Or,  | 
A  Treatise  declaring  from  the  Word  of  Truth  the  |  Terms  on  which 
we  stand,  and  the  Tenure  by  which  I  we  hold  our  hitherto-con- 
tinued I  Precious  and  Pleasant  Things.  |  Shewing  |  What  the  blessed 
God  expecteth  from  his  People,  and  what  |  they  may  rationally  look 
for  from  him.  |  Delivered  in  a  Sermon  Preached  in  Boston  |  in  New- 
England,  April  29.  1668.  being  the  |  Day  of  Election  |  there.  |  By 
Mr.  W.  Stoughton,  Preacher  of  the  Gospel  in  Dorchester.  |  .  . 
Cambridge:  |  Printed  by  S.  G\^reen\  and  M.  J[ohnson^.  1 670 
4to,  pp.  (4),  38,  (l).  A-E  in  fours,  F  in  two.  h.,  m.  -j-  [Same 
imprint  and  date.]    4to,  pp.  40.   A— E  in  fours. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYP.  9235  I 

This  sermon  contains  the  well-known  sentence:  "God  sifted  a  whole  Nation  that 
he  might  send  choice  grain  over  into  this  wilderness." 

According  to  Sibley's  Harvard  Graduates,  vol.  i,  1873,  p.  207,  the  "title-pages  of 
these  two  editions  are  precisely  the  same,  being  printed  from  the  same  form;  but  for 
all  the  other  pages  the  types  were  set  up  twice."  On  account  of  the  scarcity  of  paper, 
a  signature  was  saved  in  the  second  edition  by  compressing  in  smaller  type  on  pp. 
39-40  the  text  contained  on  pp.  36—38  in  the  first  edition. 

An  abridgement  was  included  in  "Elijah's  Mantle."  See  [Mitchel  (Jonathan)], 
nos.  49657,  vol.  12,  B.,  M.,  NYP.,  and  49658,  aas.,  b.,  nvp. 

Passages  from  this  sermon  are  also  found  in  Thomas  Prince's  election  sermon, 
1730,  no.  65607,  vol.  15. 

Stout  (Benjamin).  Interesting  Particulars  of  the  Loss  of  the 
American  Ship  Hercules,  Capt.  William  [i.  e.  Benjamin]  Stout,  on 
the  Coast  of  Caffraria,  June  16,  1796;  the  consequent  sufferings 
and  subsequent  adventures  of  the  Crew,  during  a  long  and  painful 
Journey  over  the  Southern  Regions  of  Africa,  to  the  Cape  of  Good 
Hope.  London:  Printed  for  Thomas  Teggy  ill,  Cheafside.  .  .  . 
[Colophon :]  Plum^mer,  Printer,  Seething  Lane.  [  1 8 1 0 ?  ]  1 2mo, 
pp.  (2),  7-28.  Folded  frontispiece.  BM.,  NYP.  92352 

Stout.  Narrative  |  of  the  [  Loss  of  the  Ship  Hercules,  |  com- 
manded by  I  Captain  Benjamin  Stout,  |  on  |  the  Coast  of  Caffraria,  | 
the  I  1 6th  of  June,  1796;  |  also,  |  A  Circumstantial  Detail  of  his 
Travels  |  through  the  |  Southern  Deserts  of  Africa,  |  and  |  the 
Colonies,  |  to  |  the  Cape  of  Good  Hope,  |  With  an  Introductory 
Address  |  to  |  The  Rt.  Honourable  John  Adams,  |  President  of  the 
Continental  Congress  I  of  I  America.  I  London:  I  Printed  for  J. 


26  STOUT  (benjamin). 

Johnson,  St.  Paulas  Church-Yard.  \   1798,  [  8vo,  pp.  (2),  v,  verso 
blank,  xlvii,  112.  ba.,  c,  h.  92353 

Written  by  Stout  in  the  first  person.  The  Hercules  was  an  American  ship  and  Stout 
a  "native  American." 

Stout.  Narrative  |  of  the  |  Loss  of  the  Ship  Hercules,  |  com- 
manded by  I  Captain  Benjamin  Stout,  |  on  |  the  Coast  of  Caffraria,  | 
the  I  1 6th  of  June,  1796;  |  also  |  a  circumstantial  detail  of  his 
travels  |  through  the  |  Southern  Deserts  of  Africa,  |  and  |  the  colo- 
nies, I  to  I  the  Cape  of  Good  Hope.  |  With  an  introductory  address  | 
to  I  the  Rt.  Hon.  John  Adams,  |  President  of  the  Continental  Con- 
gress I  of  America.  |  New-York:  |  Printed  for  J ames  Chevalier.  \ 
[1798?]  i2mo,  pp.  liii,  43,  43-113.  AAs.,  c,  nyh.  +  London, 
Printed:  Hudson,  Re-frinted  by  A shbel  Stoddard,  1 800.  l2mo, 
pp.  xxxviii,  118.  HEH.  92354 

The  dedication  is  dated:    London,  20th  November,  1797. 

For  a  New  Bedford  edition,  see  Narrative,  no.  5 181 3,  vol.  I2.  h.,  nyp.  It  is 
probable  that  the  entries  for  two  New  York  editions  under  title  both  refer  to  the 
undated  edition  described  above. 

[Stout.]  The  Total  Loss  of  the  American  Ship  Hercules,  Cap- 
tain Benjamin  Stout,  on  the  Coast  of  CaiTraria  in  South  Africa,  on 
the  i6th  of  June,  1796;  with  an  Accurate  Narrative  of  the  Suffer- 
ings and  Disasters  of  the  Crew,  in  their  long  and  painful  journey  over 
the  Southern  Regions  of  Africa  to  the  Cape  of  Good  Hope.  London: 
Printed  for  Chamfante  &"  Whiirow,  Jewry-Street,  Aid  gate,  Evans 
^  Son,  Long-La7ie;  Hughes,  Lud gate-Street,  i^c.  i^c.  (^Price 
Sixpence.)    [18 — ?]     l2mo,  pp.  36.    Folded  frontispiece. 

H. 92355 

The  firm  of  Champante  and  Whitrow  is  listed  in  the  London  directories  for  1790, 
1800  and  1813,  but  not  in  that  for  1821,  so  the  above  must  have  been  published  prior 
to  the  latter  date. 

An  account  of  Stout's  shipwreck  is  also  included  in  "Shipwrecks  and  Disasters  at 
Sea,"  Edinburgh,  l8l2,  ba.,  bm.,  c. ;  "Wonderful  Escapes,"  Dublin,  1819,  bm.,  c. ; 
and  "Cape  of  Good  Hope  and  its  dependencies.  An  Accurate  description  of  those 
.  .  .  regions  .  .  .  Likewise  a  .  .  .  detail  of  Captain  Stout's  travels  through  the  deserts 
of  Caffraria  ...  to  the  Cape,"  London,  1S20,  bm. 

[Stout  (Charles  Bartolette)].  History  of  the  Stanton  Street 
Baptist  Church.   See  Stanton  Street,  no,  90449,  vol.  23.    aas,,  b., 

C,  NYP.,  UTS. 

Attributed  to  Stout  and  Thomas  J.  Grout  in  Hansell's  "Reminiscences  of  Baptist 
Churches  ...  in  New  York  City,"  1899,  p.  39. 

[Stout  (John  W.)].  The  Nation's  Great  Crisis:  The  Ques- 
tion fairly  stated.  To  the  Voters  of  the  County  of  Middlesex:   [Col- 


STOUT  ( LANSING).  27 

ophon:]    Printed  at  the  Fredoman  Office y  no.  i  Pater so7i  Block, 
Nezv-Brunstvtck,N.  J.    [1856.]    8vo,pp.  15.  H,  92356 

Caption  title. 

A  campaign  document  of  1856,  signed  by  John  W.  Stout  and  46  others. 

Stout  (Lansing).  Remarks  of  Hon.  Lansing  Stout,  of  Oretjon, 
on  the  Oregon  and  Washington  War  Debt  before  the  Committee 
on  Military  Affairs,  of  the  House  of  Representatives,  March  30, 
i860,  (Hon.  Mr.  Curtis,  of  Iowa,  acting  as  Chairman  pro  tem.) 
Washington:   Printed  by  Lemuel  Towers,    i860.    8vo,  pp.  16. 

H. 92357 

Stout  (Marion  Ira).  "The  Last  Writing"  of  Marion  Ira 
Stout;  containing  his  Confession,  Revelations,  and  also  his  "so 
called"  Principles  of  Philosophy  and  Religion.  He  was  Executed  at 
Rochester,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  22,  1858,  for  the  Murder  of  his  Brother- 
in-law,  Charles  W.  Littles,  on  the  19th  Dec,  1857.  Rochester , 
N.  Y.  Printed  for  the  Publishers.  1 85 8.  .  .  .  Orders  addressed  to 
H.  Sillick  Merrill,  Rochester,  N.  Y.,  zvill  meet  with  fromft  atten- 
tion. .  .  .  8vo,  pp.  40.  B.,  BA.,  C,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  92358 

See  also:  Confession  of  Sarah  E.  Littles,  of  the  Murder  of  her  Husband,  by  Marion 
Ira  Stout.  A  True  Statement,  made  at  Sing  Sing,  Saturday,  October  30th,  1858. 
Rochester,  N.  Y.  Printed  for  the  Publisher,  by  Curtis  Butts  &  Co.  1858.  For  sale. 
Wholesale  and  Retail,  by  D.  M.  Dewey,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  izmo,  cover  title,  and  pp. 
24,  including  frontispiece,   nyh. 

Stout  (Peter  F.).  Nicaragua:  Past,  Present  and  Future;  a 
Description  of  its  Inhabitants,  Customs,  Mines,  Minerals,  Early 
History,  Modern  Fillibusterism,  Proposed  Inter-Oceanic  Canal  and 
Manifest  Destiny,  By  Peter  F.  Stout,  Esq.  late  Vice  Consul.  .  .  . 
Philadelphia:  John  E.  Potter,  617  Sansom  Street.  1859.  [Verso 
of  title:]  Stereotyped  by  George  Charles,  Printed  by  King  &'  Baird, 
607  Sansom  Street,  Philadelfhia.  8vo,  pp.  372.  Frontispiece  folded 
map.  AAS.,  NYH.  92359 

NYp.  has  a  copy  of  what  is  probably  a  later  issue,  the  title  varying  slightly,  e.  g. 
the  words  "United  States"  are  added  before  "Vice  Consul,"  and  "No."  before  "617" 
in  the  imprint. 

Copies  of  either  the  first  or  second  issue  are  also  located  at  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  c,  h., 

HISP.SOC.AMER.,    MINNHS.,    UP.,    UCAL.,    UTEX.,    WHS.,   Y. 

Stout  (Susannah).  A  Short  and  True  Account.  See  no.  80603, 
vol.  19. 

Stout  (W.).  Interesting  Particulars  of  the  loss  of  the  ... 
Hercules.  .S^-^  Stout  (Benjamin). 


28  STOUT  (z.  B.). 

Stout  (Z.  Barton).  An  Address,  delivered  before  the  Domestic 
Horticultural  Society  of  the  Western  part  of  New-York,  at  its 
annual  meeting  in  Geneva,  Sept.  28,  1 830.  By  Z.  Barton  Stout. 
.  .  .  Canandaigua:  Printed  by  Morse  ^  Harvey.  1830.  8vo,  pp. 
15,(1).  HEH.,  HSP.  92360 

Title  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters. 

Stoutenburgh  (Jacobus).  A  |  Short  |  Detail,  |  of  the  Church, 
At  the  Time  |  of  the  Apostles:  Withall  shewing  how  |  far  we  are 
degenerated  from  them:  With  |  a  Christian  Admonition,  to  heal 
this  I  lamentable  Breach  again  among  us,  if  we  |  hope  to  receive  a 
Blessing  from  God.  |  By  Jacobus  Stoutenburgh,  |  .  .  .  |  New-York:  | 
Printed  by  Samuel Brozvn,  1764.  |  Small  4to,  pp.  44.      nyh.  92361 

Stover  (Christian).  Pennsylvania.  |  Between  |  Timothy  Peace- 
able (on  the  Demise  of  Dr.  j  Fothergill  and  Others,  being  the  | 
London  Company)  |  Appellant.  |  and  |  Christian  Stover,  Re- 
spondent. I  The  Respondent's  Case.  |  To  be  Heard  before  the 
Right  Honourable  the  Lords  of  the  |  Committee  of  Council,  at  the 
Council  Chamber  at  |  the  Cockpit,  Whitehall,  on  —  the  —  Day  | 
of  July  1766,  at  —  of  the  Clock.  |  [London.  1766.]  Folio,  pp. 
5,(1).   Map.  NYP.  92362 

The  title  is  endorsed  on  the  verso  of  p.  5  so  as  to  appear  on  the  outside  of  the 
document  when  folded. 

The  land  claimed  by  the  respondent  is  in  Lancaster  County,  Pennsylvania. 

Stover  (William  Lilly).  The  Columbian  |  Almanack,  |  and  | 
Magazine  of  Knowledge  and  Fun,  |  For  the  Year  of  our  Lord  Sev- 
enteen Hun-  I  dred  and  Ninety-one.  |  [  15  lines.]  |  By  William  Lilly 
Stover,  I  Professor  of  Astronomy  and  Astrology.  |  Calculated  at 
Newport,  Latitude  41°  25'  N.  |  Nezvfort  (Rhode-Island)  Printed 
andSold  by  P.  Edes.  \  [1790.]    l2mo,  pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  C.y  M.,  NYH.,  RIHS.  92363 

Stow  (Alexander  W[olcott]).  An  Address  delivered  April 
17th,  1830,  before  the  Young  Men's  Temperance  Society  of 
Rochester.  By  Alexander  W.  Stow,  Esq.  Rochester:  Printed  by 
Tuttle  &'  Sherman.    1830.    8vo,  pp.  24.  nyh.,  nyp.  92364 

Stow  (Baron).  An  Address,  delivered  before  the  Portsmouth 
Temperance  Society,  October  25,  1830.  By  Baron  Stow  .  .  .  Ports- 
mouth, N.  H.:  Printed  by  Miller  &  Brewster.  1830.  l2mo, 
pp.  16.  c.  +  Second  Edition.  Published  by  request  of  the  South- 
Berwick  Temperance  Society.  Dover,  N.  H.  Printed  by  —  John 
T.Gihbs.    1831.    i2mo,  pp.  16.  aas.  92365 


STOW  (baron),  29 

Stow.  An  Address  delivered  before  the  Rockingham  Temper- 
ance Society,  at  its  Annual  Meeting,  held  in  Exeter,  Aug.  8,  1832. 
By  Baron  Stow,  Pastor  of  the  Middle-St.  Baptist  Church  in  Ports- 
mouth. Portsmouth:  Miller  and  Brewster,  Printers.    1832.    l2mo, 

pp.  24.  AAS.,  B.,  C,  H.,  NYP.,  WHS.  92366 

Stow.  An  Address,  delivered  before  the  Temperance  Society  of 
South  Berwick,  (Maine.)  Nov.  26,  1829.  By  Baron  Stow  .  .  . 
PortsmouthjN.  H.  R.  Foster,  Printer.  1829.  l2mo,  pp.  24.  aas. 
+  Second  Edition.  Portsmouth,  N.  H.:  Published  by  Miller  ^ 
Brewster.    1830.    l6mo,  pp.  24.  92367 

Title  of  the  second  edition  from  Williamson. 

Stow.  A  Discourse,  delivered  at  the  One  Hundredth  Anniver- 
sary of  the  Organization  of  the  Baldwin  Place  Baptist  Church,  July 
27,  1843.  With  an  Appendix.  By  Baron  Stow  .  .  .  Boston:  Gould, 
Kendall  and  Lincoln.  1 843.  [Verso  of  title:]  Press  of  W.  S. 
DaTnrell,  1 1  Cornhill.    1 8 mo,  pp.  107. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.  92368 

Stow.  Efficiency  of  Primitive  Missions.  A  Discourse  delivered 
before  the  General  Convention  of  the  Baptist  Denomination  in  the 
United  States,  at  its  Ninth  Triennial  Session,  held  in  the  01i\'er 
Street  Baptist  Church,  New  York,  April  25,  1838.  By  Baron  Stow 
.  .  .  Boston:  Gould,  Kendall  a?id  Lincoln.  1838.  [Verso  of  title:] 
Power  Press  of  JVdham  S.  Damrell,  No.  9  Cornhill,  Boston.  8vo, 
pp.  39.  AAS.,  B.,  c,  NYP.,  Y.  +  Madras:  J.  B.  Pharoah.  mdccc- 
XXXIX,  [Verso  of  title:]  /.  Hall,  Printer,  Athenceum  Press.  8vo, 
pp.  39.  UTS.  92369 

Reprinted  in  The  Missionary  Enterprise,  below,  pp.  99—120. 

Stow.  Memoir  of  Harriet  Dow,  of  Newport,  N.  H.  who  became 
a  Christian  at  the  age  of  eight  years.  In  ten  Letters  to  a  Niece.  By 
Baron  Stow  .  .  .  Boston:  Published  by  James  Loring.  Perkins  iff 
Marvin,  Lincoln  &?  Edmonds,  ayid  Pcircc  ^  Parker.  1832.  1 8 mo, 
pp.  107,  including  frontispiece  and  an  illustration. 

AAS.,  C,  H.,  NYH.  9237O 

Stow,  ed.  The  Missionary  Enterprise:  a  collection  of  Discourses 
on  Christian  Missions,  by  American  Authors.  Edited  by  Baron  Stow 
.  .  .  Boston:  Gould,  Kendall  and  Lincoln,  59  JVashingtofi  Street. 
1 846,  [Verso  of  title :]  Boston:  Printed  by  S.  N.  Dickinson  tff  Co. 
52  Washington  Street.    l2mo,  pp.  viii,  308. 

B.,  C,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92371 


30  STOW  (baron). 

Stow.  Oration,  delivered  at  the  Columbian  College,  in  the  Dis- 
trict of  Columbia,  July  4,  1825.  By  Baron  Stow,  a  member  of  the 
Enosinian  Society.  Washington  City:  Printed  at  the  Columbian 
Office,  North  E  Street.    1825.   8vo,  pp.  20.  nyp.,  up.  92372 

Stow.  Spiritual  Power.  A  Discourse  dehvered  before  the  Col- 
porteur Convention,  in  Richmond,  Virginia,  Nov.  10,  1852.  By 
Rev.  Baron  Stow,  d.d.,  pastor  of  the  Rowe-Street  Baptist  Church, 
Boston.  Published  by  the  American  Tract  Society,  1 50  Nassau- 
Street,  New  York.    [1852.]    i6mo,  pp.  79,  (i).    aas.,  bm.  92373 

With  cover  title:  Colporteur  Conventions  at  Richmond  and  Pittsburgh.  Sermon, 
Letters,  and  Proceedings. 

Stow.  A  Tribute  of  Respect  to  the  Memory  of  the  Rev.  Daniel 
Sharp,  D.D.  By  Baron  Stow  .  .  .  Bosto?i:  Gould  and  Lincoln,  59 
Washington  Street.  1853.  [Verso  of  title :]  /.  M.  Hewes  and  Co., 
Printers.  8vo,  pp.  28. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  P.,  UTEX.,  Y.  92374 

Stow.  Voluntary  Associations — their  Use  and  Abuse.  A  Dis- 
course delivered  in  the  Meeting  House  of  the  Second  Baptist  So- 
ciety, in  Baldwin  Place,  Thanksgiving-Day,  November  30,  1837. 
By  Baron  Stow.   Boston:   Gould,  Kendall  ^  Lincoln.    1 837.   8vo, 

pp.23.  B.,  BA.,  C,  HSP.,  NYP.  92375 

Stow  was  also  the  author  of  other  works  of  purely  religious  interest,  and  in  col- 
laboration with  Samuel  F.  Smith  compiled  the  "Psalmist"  and  the  "Social  Psalmist," 
both  of  which  were  first  published  in  1843. 

Stow  (Edward).  Deposition  of  Edward  Stow  in  relation  to  the 
claim  of  the  New  England  Mississippi  Land  Company,  (Thomas  L. 
Winthrop  and  others,)  on  the  United  States.  [^Boston?  1840.] 
8vo,  pp.  12.  B.,  WHS.  92376 

Sworn  to  in  Boston,  March  14,  1840. 

Stow  (F[rederick]  H.).  The  Capitalist's  Guide  and  Railway 
Annual  for  1859,  containing  all  the  railroads  completed  and  in 
progress  in  the  United  States:  .  .  .  Compiled  and  arranged  from  late 
and  authentic  reports,  by  F.  H.  Stow.  New  York:  Published  by 
Sam,uelT.  Callaha7i,  1 '7^  Fulton  Street.    1859.    ^^mo,  pp.  537. 

C,  NYP.,  UTEX.,  Y.  92377 

Stow  (Gardner).  Address,  delivered  before  the  Kccscville  Tem- 
perance Society,  on  the  25th  February,  1 834,  by  Gardner  Stow,  Esq. 
Published  by  order  of  the  Society,  By  A.  Eynons.  Keeseville,  N.  Y. 
March,  1834.    8vo,  pp.  1 1.  heh.  92378 

Title  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters. 


STOW  (horatio  J.).  31 

[Stow  (Horatio  J.)  ]  •  Encroachments  and  Exactions  of  Sla\  cry. 
[Albany.    1858.]    8vo,  pp.  ll.  nyh.,  nvp.  92379 

Caption  title  on  p.  3:  "The  Encroachments  and  Exactions  of  Slavery.  Speech  of 
the  Hon.  Horatio  J.  Stow,  of  Niagara  County.    In  Senate,  Friday,  January  29,  1858." 

Stow  (Joshua),  respondent.  Report  of  the  case  of  Joshua  Stow 
vs.  Sherman  Converse,  for  a  Libel;  containing  a  history  of  Two 
Trials  before  the  Superior  Court,  and  some  account  of  the  proceed- 
ings before  the  Supreme  Court  of  Errors.  New-Haven:  Printed  by 
S.  Converse.    1822.    8vo,  pp.  (2),  92,  97-183. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92380 

Note  on  p.  3:  "The  reader  may  notice  an  error  in  the  paging  of  the  following 
sheets  after  the  gzd  page.  The  Trial  however,  is  complete." 

Stow  (Silas).  Speech  of  the  Hon.  Mr.  Stow,  (a  Federalist,  who 
opposed  and  voted  against  the  War)  in  the  House  of  Representatives 
of  the  U.  States;  January  14,  18 13,  on  the  Bill  in  Addition  to  the 
Act  entitled  "An  Act  to  raise  an  Additional  Military  Force  and  for 
other  Purposes"  .  .  .  Concord,  N.  H.:  Printed  b\  I.  and  W .  R. 
Hill.    [1813?]    8vo,  pp.  8.  C._,HEH.  92381 

Stow.  Speech  of  the  Hon.  Mr.  Stow,  in  the  House  of  Repre- 
sentatives of  the  United  States.  Delivered  the  14th  January,  18 13. 
On  the  Bill  in  addition  to  the  act  entitled  "An  Act  to  raise  an 
Additional  Military  Force,"  and  for  other  purposes.  Alexandria: 
Printed  by  S.  Snowden  ^  J.  D.  Simms.    [18  13?]    8vo,  pp.  12. 

Title  supplied  by  Annie  A.  Nunns.  HSP.,  WHS.  92382 

Stow.  Speech  of  the  Hon.  Mr.  Stow,  of  New-York  in  the  House 
of  Representatives  of  the  United  States,  January,  18 13,  on  the  Bill 
supplementary  to  the  Act  for  the  more  perfect  organization  of  the 
Army  of  the  United  States.  Baltimore:  E.  French  ^  Co.,  Printers. 
1813.   8vo,pp.  6.  c.  92383 

Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

Stow  (Timothy).  National  Responsibility,  and  the  Duty  of  the 
Ministry,  in  relation  to  Politics.  By  Timothy  Stow,  Pastor  of  the 
Congregational  Church,  West  Bloomfield,  N.  Y.  Preached  to  said 
Church,  on  the  last  Sabbath  in  November,  1845.  Rochester:  Pozver 
Press  of  E.  S-pepard  [sic],  State-Street.    1846.    8vo,  pp.  32. 

B.,  BM.,  C,  MINNHS.,  NYH.  92384 

Stow.  Sermon  on  the  Death  of  C.  T.  Torrey,  preached  at  West 
Bloomfield,  New-York,  on  the  last  Sabbath  in  May,  1846.  By 
Timothy  Stow.    [n.  ^.  1846.]    8vo,  pp.  8.  b.  92385 


32  STOWE  (c.  E.). 

Caption  title. 

Torrey  was  convicted  of  assisting  in  the  escape  of  slaves,  and  died  during  his  im- 
prisonment in  the  Maryland  state  penitentiary. 

Stowe  (C[alvin]  E[llis]).  Address  of  Professor  C.  E.  Stowe, 
before  the  College  of  Teachers,  in  behalf  of  the  Emigrants'  Friend 
Society,  October,  1835.  .  .  .  Cincinnati:  N.  S.  Johnson,  Printer. 
1835.  Pp.  18,  (i).  lex.pl.  92386 

Title  from  Rusk's  "Literature  of  the  Middle  Western  Frontier,"  1925,  vol.  2,  p. 
325- 

Stowe.  Common  Schools  and  Teachers'  Seminaries.  By  Calvin 
E.  Stowe,  D.D.,  Professor  of  Biblical  Literature,  Lane  Seminary, 
Cincinnati,  Ohio.  Boston:  Marsh,  Cafen,  Lyon,  and  Webb.  1839. 
[Verso  of  title:]    Education  Press.    l2mo,  pp.  126. 

B.,  BA.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.,  Y.  92387 

Consists  of  two  articles,  the  first  of  which  is  the  Report,  below.  The  second,  Nor- 
mal Schools  and  Teachers'  Seminaries,  pp.  83—126,  according  to  the  advertisement 
on  p.  3,  was  "originally  published  in  the  American  Biblical  Repository,  for  July, 
1839." 

Stowe.  A  Letter  to  R.  D.  Mussey,  m.d.,  on  the  Utter  Ground- 
lessness of  all  the  Millennial  Arithmetic,  by  C.  E.  Stowe  .  .  .  Cin- 
cinnati. Published  by  J .  B.  Wilson,  West  Fourth  Street.  Kendall 
and  Barnard,  Printers.    1 843.    8vo,  pp.  24.        B.,  heh.,  y.  92388 

Stowe.  The  Prussian  System  of  Public  Listruction,  and  its  ap- 
plicability to  the  United  States.  By  Calvin  E.  Stowe  .  .  .  Cincinnati: 
Truman  and  Smith.  1836.  [Verso  of  title:]  UHommedicu  (ff 
Co.,  Printers,  Gazette  Ojfice.    l8mo,  pp.  112. 

B.,  GIN. PL.,  GTS.,  MINNHS.,  NYP.,  WRHS.,  Y.  92389 

Samuel  Lewis'  "Remarks  on  Common  Schools"  forms  the  appendix,  pp.  83—107. 
Both  addresses  were  delivered  at  the  convention  of  teachers  at  Columbus  in  January, 
1836.   Pp.  109— 112  contain  advertisements. 

Stowe.  Queries  on  Education.  [^Cincinnati,  P/vitcd  bv  Kendall 
and  Henry.    1837?]    pp.7.  wrhs.  92390 

Title  from  Rusk's  "Literature  of  the  Middle  Western  Frontier,"  1925,  vol.  2,  p. 
325.  Rusk  supplies  the  imprint  as  above  but  states  that  the  pamphlet  is  without  place 
or  date  of  printing. 

Stowe.  The  Religious  Element  in  Education.  An  Address  de- 
livered before  the  American  Institute  of  Instruction,  at  Portland, 
Me.,  August  30,  1844.  By  Calvin  E.  Stowe  .  .  .  Boston:  JVilliam 
D.  Ticknor  ^  Co.,  Corner  of  Washington  and  School  Streets. 
1844.    i2mo,  pp.  34. 

B.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  M.,  MINNHS,,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.,  UTS.^  WHS.,  Y.  9239  I 


STOWE  (c.  E.).  33 

Stowe.  Report  on  Elementary  Public  Instruction  in  Europe, 
made  to  the  Thirty-sixth  General  Assembly  of  the  State  of  Ohio, 
December  19,  1837.  By  C.  E.  Stowe,  Columbus:  Samuel Medaryy 
Printer  to  the  State.  1837.  Svo,  pp.  57.  Folded  table,  c,  cin.pl., 
lanets.,  nyp.,  utex.,  wrhs.,  y.  +  Nezv-York:  Printed  by 
Harfer  &  Brothers.    1838.    i2mo,  pp.  61.  h.,  nyp.  92392 

Reprinted  in  the  author's  Common  Schools,  entered  above. 

Reprinted  also  in  the  official  documents  of  Pennsylvania  (including  a  German 
version),  Michigan,  Massachusetts,  North  Carolina,  New  York,  and  Virginia.  See 
the  introduction  to  Common  Schools,  above,  and  the  "American  Journal  of  Educa- 
tion," vol.  5,  1858,  p.  588. 

Stowe.  The  Right  Interpretation  of  the  Sacred  Scriptures:  the 
Helps  and  the  Hindrances.  An  Inaugural  Discourse  delivered  at 
Andover,  Sept.  i,  1852.  By  C.  E.  Stowe,  Professor  of  Sacred  Lit- 
erature in  the  Theological  Seminary.  From  the  Bibliotheca  Sacra 
for  January,  1853.  Andover:  Press  by  Warren  F.  Draper.  1 853. 
Svo,  pp.  31.  AAS.,  c,  UTS.  92393 

A  separate  of  vol.  10,  1853,  PP-  34~62,  of  the  above  periodical. 

Stowe.  Wisdom  and  Knowledge  the  Nation's  Stability.  An 
Address  delivered  at  Crawfordsville,  Indiana,  July  7,  1840,  before 
the  Euphonean  Society  of  Wabash  College,  by  Calvin  Ellis  Stowe. 
[Cincinnati:^  Published  by  the  Society.  Printed  at  the  Cincinnati 
Observer  Ojficey  Corner  oj  Main  &'  ^th  Sts.    1 840.   8vo,  pp.  20. 

IND.  ST.LIB.,  IND.U.,  NYH.  92394 

For  an  account  of  Stowe's  life  and  writings,  see  "American  Journal  of  Education," 
vol.  5,  1858,  pp.  586-592. 

Stowe  (Harriet  [Elizabeth]  Beecher). 

The  following  list  includes  only  those  works  and  editions  published  before  i860, 
which  have  especial  American  interest,  historical  or  local.  For  the  first  editions  of 
works  of  more  general  literary  character,  and  of  other  titles  published  after  that  date, 
see  Foley,  C.  E.  Stowe's  "Life  of  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe,"  and  the  "Cambridge  His- 
tory of  American  Literature,"  vol.  4,  p.  669. 

Translations  are  arranged  after  the  originals  in  each  case,  in  the  alphabetical  order 
of  the  languages  into  which  they  are  translated. 

Stowe.  Autographs  for  Freedom.  By  Mrs.  Harriet  Beecher 
Stowe,  and  Thirty-five  other  Eminent  Writers.  London:  Sam f son 
Low,  Son  ^  Co.;  and  John  Cassell,  Ludgate  Hill:  and  all  book- 
sellers. 1853.  l6mO,  pp.  192.  AAS.,  BM.,  FAC.ADV.,  NYP.  92395 
The  above  edition  of  this  compilation  should  have  been  entered,  like  the  first, 
under  the  editor,  Julia  Griffiths,  see  no.  28835,  vol.  7.  Additional  locations  under 
that  entry:   Boston,  1853,  aas.,  c,  nyp.    Second  series.  Auburn,  1854,  a.as.,  b.,  ba., 

C,    H.,   NYP. 

Stowe.  Dred;  a  Tale  of  the  Great  Dismal  Swamp.  By  Harriet 
Beecher  Stowe,  Author  of  "Uncle  Tom's  Cabin."  ...  In  two  vol-  lO  3- 


D ','  7 


34  STOWE  (h.  b.). 

umes.  Boston:  Phillips y  Sampson  and  Company.  1856.  [Verso  of 
title :]  Stereotyped  by  Hobart  &'  Robbins,  New  England  ^Fype  and 
Stereotype  Foundery^  Boston.  2  vols.,  l2mo,  pp.  329,  advertise- 
ments (6);  V,  5—370. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  MINNHS.,  NYP.,  P.,  UP.,  UTEX.,  WHS.,  Y. 

92396 
Located   copies    indicate   that    later   printings  brought   the  edition  up    to   at  least 
75,000. 

On  verso  of  title  of  the  issue  designated  "Seventy-lifth  thousand"  is  the  additional 
imprint:   Printed  by  Grossman  and  Willeti,  82  fef  84  Beekman  St. 

Stowe.  Dred;  a  Tale  of  the  Great  Dismal  Swamp.  Two  vols, 
in  one.  Second  edition.  Re-printed  from  the  first  American  edition. 
Montreal:  E.  Pickup y  Owler  and  Stevenson,  Printers,  42  Saint 
Frangois  Xavier  Street.  1856.  2  vols,  in  one,  8vo,  pp.  452. 
+  Copyright  Edition.  In  two  volumes.  .  .  .  Leipzig:  Bernhard 
Tauchnitz.  1856.  [Colophon:]  Printed  by  Bernhard  Fauchnitz. 
2  vols.,  i6mo,  pp.  xiv,  (2),  359,  (i);  vi,  394.  (Collection  of 
British  Authors,  vols.  372—373)  BM.,  nyp.  +  London:  Sampson 
Low,  Son  <y  Co.,  47  Ludgate  Hill,  English  and  American  Book- 
sellers and  Publishers.  Edinburgh:  Fhom-as  Co?istable  if}  Co. 
1856.  [Verso  of  title:]  London:  Printed  by  W.  Clowes  and  Sons, 
Stamford  Street.    8vo,  pp.  viii,  384,  389—420,  417—524. 

B.,  BM.,  FAC.ADV.,  H.,  NYH.  92397 
Title  of  the  Montreal  edition  from  Gagnon,  vol.  2,  1913. 
Reprinted  under  the  title,  "Nina  Gordon,"  Boston,  1866. 
For  a  reply,  see  "Tit  for  Tat." 

Stowe.   Dred,  een  verhaal  door  de  schrijfster  van  de  Negerhut. 

Naar  het  Eng.  door  P.  van  Os.   Haarlem  en  Sneek:   A.  C.  Kritse- 

man  &?  v.  Druten  &'  Bleekcr.    (Velp,  Ij.  Ijbes.)     1 85 7.    3  vols., 

Svo.  92398 

Title  from  Brinkman. 

Stowe.  Dred.  Histoire  du  grand  marais  maudit;  par  M^^^ 
Harriet  Beecher-Stowe.  Paris:  Lib.  centrale  des  publications  illus- 
trees  a  20  c;  5,  rue  du  Pont-de-Lodi;  Imp.  Gaittet  et  C*^.  1 857. 
2vols.,  l8mo,  pp.  718.  -|-  Paris:  Lib.  centrale,  5,  rue  du  Pont-de- 
Lodi;  Imprirn.  W alder.  1 858.  [Same  collation.]  -\- Paris: 
Lecrivain  ctFoubon.    1858.  2  vols.,  l2mo.  92399 

Titles  of  the  first  two  editions  listed  from  "Bibliographic  de  la  France,"  1857,  no. 
5840,  and  1858,  no.  666;  and  that  of  the  last  from  Lorenz. 

Stowe.  Dred;  e.  Erziihlung  aus  dcm  grossen  Dismal-Sumpfe. 
Boston.  1856.  [^Philadelphia:  Schtifer  ti^  Koradi.]  2  vols,  in  one, 
Svo,  pp.  V,  583.  92400 

Title  from  Hinrichs'  catalogue  for  July-December,  1858. 


STOWE  (h.  b.),  35 

Stowe.  Dred.  Eine  Erziihlung  aus  dem  grossen  Wiistenmoore. 
Aus  dem  Engl,  iibers.  von  Marie  Heine.  Rechtmassige  Original- 
Ausg.  Leipzig:  Kollmafi.  1856.  3  vols.,  i6mo,  pp.  xvi,  33 1; 
(4),  394;   (4),  386.  92401 

Title  from  Kayser,  where  it  is  listed  under  Beecher. 

Stowe.  Dred.  Eine  Erzahlung  aus  den  amerikan.  Sumpfcn. 
Von  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  Wien:  Ludwig  u.  "Lang.  1856.  2 
vols.,  i2mo,  pp.  328;  336.  92402 

Forms  part  of  the  second  series  of  "Roman-Zeitung."    Information  from  Kayser. 

Stowe.  Dred.  Eine  Erzahlung  aus  dem  groszen  Schreckens- 
sumpfe.  Von  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe,  Verfasserin  von  "Onkel 
Tom's  Hiitte."  In's  Deutsche  iibertragen  von  A.  Kretzschmer.  .  .  . 
Wurzen^Verlags — Comftoir.  1 85 7.  [Colophon:]  DruckvonC. 
Roeszler  in  Grimma.  7  vols.,  l6mo,pp.  (5),  3— 180;  (5),  3— 183; 
(5),  3-202,  (2);  (5),  3-196;  (5),  3-183,  (l);  (5),  3-200; 
(5),  3-192.  BA.  92403 

On  leaf  facing  title:  Europaische  Ribliothek  der  neuen  belletristischen  Literatur 
..  .  X.    Serie.    92  [-98].    ... 

Stowe.  Dred.  Eine  Erzahlung  aus  dem  grossen  Schreckens- 
moore.  Von  Harriet  Beecher-Stowe.  Aus  dem  Engl.  Stereot.- 
Ausg.    Leipzig:   Friedlein.    1 859.    8vo,  pp.  x,  358.  92404 

Forms  vol.  10  of  the  "Neue  Volks-Bibliothek."    Information  from  Kayser. 

Stowe.  Dred:  racconto  della  grande  e  tetra  palude.  Venezia. 
1856.  2vols.,  l6mo.   -\- Milano:  Battezzati.  l'^^'] .   2  vols.,  3 2 mo. 

92405 

Titles  from  Pagliaini's  "Catalogo  generale  della  libreria  italiana,"  under  Beecher. 

Stowe.  Dred,  Powiesc  z  nad  bagien  amerykanskich,  napisana  po 
angielsku  przez  .  .  .  Przeklad  Gustawa  Czernickiego.  .  .  .  Krakow: 
J.  Wildty  druk  "Cza5u'\  l857-  3  ^^^s.,  8vo,  pp.  272;  283;  239. 
(4).  92406 

Forms  nos.  1-12  in  the  first  series  of  "Czytelnia  domowa."  After  publication  was 
suppressed  by  the  Warsaw  censor,  this  was  reprinted  in  1858  under  the  title  "Biali 
i  czarni." 

Information  from  Estreicher's  "Bibliografia  polska." 

Stowe.  Dred  af  mrs.  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  Forf.  till  "Onkel 
Tomsstuga".   Goteborg:   C .  F.  Arvidsson.    1857.    8vo,  pp.  504 

92407 

Translated  by  A.  M.  V:a  Bratt.  Forms  nos.  i-io  in  the  third  series  of  "Salong- 
bibl."  Reissued  with  the  cover-title,  "Riksdalersbiicker  for  resor.  8."  Information 
from  Linnstrom's  "Svenskt  Boklexikon." 


36  STOWE   (h.  B.). 

Stowe.  Dred ;  a  Tale  of  the  Great  Dismal  Swamp.  A  Drama, 
in  four  acts,  founded  on  the  novel  of  the  same  title,  by  Mrs.  H.  B. 
Stowe.  Dramatized  by  H.  J.  Conway,  Esq.  .  .  .  New  York:  John 
W.  Amermany  Printer j  No.  60  William- street.    1 856.    l2mo,  pp. 

48.  NYP.  92408 

On  cover:    Dramatized  .  .  .  expressly  for  Barnum's  American  Museum. 

Stowe.  Dred:  a  Tale  of  the  Dismal  Swamp.  A  Drama,  in  two 
acts,  (From  Mrs.  Beecher  Stowe's  Popular  Novel.)  By  W.  E. 
Suter,  Esq.,  author  of  "A  Life's  Revenge,"  "Tiger  Slayer  of  the 
Savannah,"  "A  Quiet  Family,"  "The  Life  of  an  Actress,"  "Jupi- 
ter's Decree,"  &c.  &c.  Thomas  Hailcs  Lacy,  89,  Strand^  London, 
[n.  d.  Colophon:]  Printed  by  Thomas  Scott,  Warwick  Court j 
Holborn.    l2mo,  pp.  41.  BM.,  H.  92409 

Issued  in  "Lacy's  Acting  Edition  of  Plays,"  vol.  57. 

On  verso  of  title:   As  performed  at  the  Queen's  Theatre,  October,  1856. 

Stowe.  .  .  .  Dred:  or,  the  Dismal  Swamp.  A  Play,  in  five  acts. 
Dramatized  (by  special  permission)  from  Mrs.  Harriet  Beecher 
Stowe's  novel.  By  John  Brougham,  Esq.  To  which  are  added,  a 
Description  of  the  Costume — Cast  of  the  Characters — Entrances 
and  Exits — Relative  Positions  of  the  Performers  on  the  Stage,  and 
the  whole  of  the  Stage  Business.  .  .  .  \^cop.  1856.]  Nezv-York: 
Sajnuel  French y  121  Nassau-Street.    l2mo,  pp.  43,  advertisements 

(5).  NYP.,  Y.  92410 

With  heading:  "French's  American  Drama.  The  Acting  Edition.  No.  cxlv."  On 
cover:  "French's  Standard  Drama." 

Stowe.  The  Edmondson  Family  and  the  Capture  of  the  Schooner 
Pearl.  By  Mrs.  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  .  .  .  Cincinnati:  American 
Reform,  Tract  and  Book  Society.  No.  1 80  Walnut  Street.  1 856. 
l6mo,  pp.  64. 

AAS.,  B.,  NYH.,  NYP.    (sCHOMBURg).  924II 

An  extract  from  A  Key  to  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  1853,  pp.  155-168.  "It  includes 
the  whole  account  of  that  memorable  capture  of  the  schooner  Pearl,  which  produced 
such  a  sensation  in  Washington,  D.  C,  in  the  year  1848." 

Stowe.  A  Key  to  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  presenting  the  original 
Facts  and  Documents  upon  which  the  Story  is  founded.  Together 
with  Corroborative  Statements  verifying  the  Truth  of  the  Work. 
By  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe,  Author  of  "Uncle  Tom's  Cabin."  Bos- 
tgn:  Published  by  John  P.  Jewett  ^  Co.  Cleveland y  Ohio :  J eivetty 
Proctor  &"  Worthington.  Londo7i:  Loxu  and  Company.  1853. 
[Verso  of  title:]  Stereotyped  by  Hobart  &"  RobbinSy  New  England 
Type  and  Stereotype  Founderyy  Boston.   Damrell  ^  Moore y  Print- 


STOWE  (h.  b.).  37 

ersy  1 6  Devonshire  St.y  Boston.   8vo,  pp.  262.  AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  c,  cu., 

DERENNE.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UP.,  UTS.,  WJIS.,  Y. 

-)-  Copyright  Edition.  In  two  volumes.  .  .  .  Leif-zig:  Bcrnhard 
Tauchnitz.  1 853.  [Colophon:]  Printed  by  Bci-nhard  Tauchnitz. 
2  vols.,  i6mo,  pp.  viii,  380 ;  vi,  406.  (Collection  of  British  Authors, 
vols.  266—267)  BM.,  NYP.  -\:^London:  Thomas  Bosworthy  215 
Regent  Street.  1853.  [Verso  of  titleT]  'Condon:  Printed  by  G. 
Barclay  y  Castle  St.  Leicester  Sq.  l2mo,  pp.  viii,  595.  frontispiece 
portrait,  c,  nyp. (schomburg).  +  London:  Clarkey  Beetony 
and  Co.y  148,  Fleet-Street;  and  Thomas  Bosworthy  Regent  Street. 
[Colophon:]  London:  Salisbury y  Beetony  ^  Co.y  Printers,  Bou- 
verie-street  and  Primrose-hilly  Fleet-street.  [1853.]  1 2 mo,  pp.  iv, 
416.  AAS.  -)-  [Same  imprints.  At  foot  of  title:]  {The  Author 
reserves  the  right  of  Translation  of  this  Work.)  [1853.]  ^^°j  PP* 
viii,  508.  C,  NYP.  -f~  Second  Edition.  London:  Published  for  the 
Author  by  Sampson  LoWy  Sony  (^  Co.,  47  Ludgate  Hill.  1853. 
(The  Author  reserves  the  right  of  Translation  of  this  Work.) 
[Verso  of  title:]  Printed  by  William  Clowes  and  Sons,  Stamford 
Street  and  Charing  Cross.  8vo,  pp.  xvi,  637,  colophon  (l).  Fac- 
simile. BM.,  FAC. ADV.,  NYP.  (schomburg).  +  (Railway  Edition.) 
London:  G.  Routledge  ^  Co.  1853.  l2mo.  -{-Boston:  John  P. 
Jewett  and  Company.  Clevelandy  Ohio:  Jewetty  Proctor y  and 
Worthington.  1 854.  [Colophon:]  London:  Salisbury y  Beetony 
and  Co.y  Printers y  Bouverie-streety  Fleet-street.  l2mo,  pp.  (2), 
V— viii,  508.  AAS.,  HEH.  92412 

The  Boston,  1853,  edition  was  issued  both  in  cloth,  and  in  printed  paper  wrappers, 
the  cover  title  of  the  latter  having  the  heading:  "Facts  for  the  People."  The  issue  of 
this  edition  at  cu.  does  not  have  the  Damrell  and  Moore  imprint  on  verso  of  title. 

The  AAS.  copy  of  the  undated  London  edition  with  pp.  iv,  4.16,  has  the  ms.  inscrip- 
tion:  "Jas  A.  Ruthven  presented  by  the  Publishers  April  4th  1853." 

The  London  edition  published  by  Routledge  is  announced  in  the  "Publishers* 
Circular"  for  October  I,   1853,  no.  4302. 

The  Sampson  Low  edition  was  issued  uniformly  with  the  1853  edition  of  Uncle 
Tom's  Cabin,  published  by  that  company. 

Copies  of  one  of  the  London  editions  are  located  at  bm.,  h.,  and  utex. 

Stowe.  De  Slavernij.  Vervolg  en  Sleutel  op  de  Negerhut.  Haar- 
lem: A.  C.  Kruseman.  {Rotterdam:  D.  Bolle.)  1853.  2  vols., 
8vo.  92413 

Title  from  Brinkman.  The  Muller  catalogue,  1 872-1 875,  no.  1427,  lists  the  same 
title,  but  gives  the  collation  as  4  vols.,  8vo. 

Stowe.  La  Clef  de  la  Case  de  I'Oncle  Tom  contenant  les  faits 
et  les  documents  originaux  sur  lesquel  le  roman  est  fondc,  avec  les 
pieces  justificatives;  par  Mistress  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.   Ouvrage 

VOL.  XXIV.  3 


38        X  STOWE  (h.  B.). 

traduit  par  Old  Nick  [i.e.  Paul  Emile  Daurand  Forgues]  &  Adolphe 
Joanne,  traducteurs  de  la  Case  de  I'Oncle  Tom.  Paris.  Aux  Bu- 
reaux du  Magasin  Ptttoresque^  Rue  Jacoby  30.  1 853.  8vo,  pp.  viii, 
399.  BIB.NAT.,  EM.,  NYH.  -{-  Bruxelles :  J.Rozez.  1853.  3  ^o*s., 
l8mo,pp.  176;  186;  178.  -\- London:  John  CasselL  1853.  8vo. 
-\- Paris.    1857.    8^o-  BM.  92414 

The  Paris,  1857,  edition  is  a  reissue  of  that  of  1853  with  a  new  title  page.  Infor- 
mation concerning  the  Brussels  edition  from  the  "Bibliographic  de  la  Belgique," 
1853,  no.  750,  and  as  to  the  London  edition  from  Bartlett,  no.  4798.  The  London 
edition  is  advertised  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  July  16,  1853,  p.  285. 

Stowe.  Schliissel  zu  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte.  Enthaltend:  die 
Original-Thatsachen  und  Beweisstiicke  auf  welche  die  Erzahlung 
gegriindet  ist.  Nebst  neuen  Darlegungen,  welche  die  Wahrheit  des 
Werkes  bekraftigen.  Aus  dem  Engl.  Berlin:  Duficker  u.  Hum- 
blot.    1853.   4  vols.,  8  vo,  pp.  134;   130;   17  I;  XXX,  156.       92415 

Title  from  Kayser. 

Stowe.  Schliissel  zu  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte.  Enthltd.  die  ur- 
spriingHchen  Thatsachen  und  Documente,  die  dieser  Geschichte  zu 
Grunde  liegen.  Nebst  einer  Darlegung  von  Umstiinden,  welche  die 
Wahrheit  des  Buches  bestiitigen.  Von  Harriet  Stowe,  geb.  Beecher. 
In  4  Abthlgn.  Vollstandige  u.  wohlfeilste  Stereot.-Ausg.  Leipzig: 
Friedlein.  1 853.  8vo,  pp.  xvi,  439.  +  Zweite  Auflage.  [Same  im- 
print, date  and  collation.]  BM.  -\-  Leipzig:  Fock.  1 853.  -\- Leip- 
zig: Xiegler.   1853.   8vo,  pp.  448.  02416 

The  editions  published  by  Friedlein  were  issued  as  vol.  5  of  "Neue  Volks-Biblio- 
thek,"  edited  by  A.  Schrader.    See  Kayser. 

Information  concerning  the  editions  published  by  Fock  and  Ziegler  from  Mac- 
Lean's  "  'Uncle  Tom's  Cabin'  in  Germany,"  1910,  p.  35. 

Stowe.  Kulcs  Tamas  batya  kunyhojahoz.  Kozlese  a  valosagos 
torteneteknek  es  okleveleknek,  mellyekre  a  mii  epitve  volt,  a  munka 
valodisagat  kitunteto  bizonyitvanyokkal.  Angolbol  Irinyi  Jozsef. 
Pest:   M tiller  E mil.    1853.    8 vo,  pp.  24 1.  92417 

An  Hungarian  translation.  Title  from  Petrik's  "Bibliographia  hungariac,"  under 
Beecher. 

Stowe.  Chiave  per  la  Capanna  dcllo  zio  Tom.  Firenze:  Terni. 
1853.    l6mo,  pp.  252.  -\-  Milano:  Pagnoni.   i860.   2  vols.,  32mo. 

92418 

Information  from  Pagliaini's  "Catalogo  generale  della  libreria  italiana,"  under 
Beecher. 

Stowe.  La  Llave  de  la  Cabana  del  Tio  Tom  .  .  .  traducida  de 
la  ultima  edicion  por  G.  A.  Larrosa.  Madrid,  Barcelona  \^printed'\. 
1855.    8vo.  BM.  92419 


STOWE   (h.  B.).  39 

See  also  Palau  y  Dulcet's  "Manual  del  librero  hlspano-americano,"  vol.   i,   1923, 
p.  192. 

Stowe.  Nyckeln  till  Onkel  Toms  Stuga.  Werkliga  Tilldra- 
gelser  pa  hvilka  Romanen  af  samma  mamn  hvilar.  Uldrag  efter 
Mrs.  H.  Beecher  Stowe.  Ofversatt  efter  Engelska  Originalet. 
Stockholm.    [F.  <y  G.  Beijer.']     1853.     i6mo,  pp.  102.       92420 

A  Swedish  translation.  Title  from  Linnstrom's  "Svenskt  Boklexikon." 

Stowe.  Let  Every  Man  Mind  his  own  Business.  By  M^s. 
Stowe  ...  London:  Partridge  and  Oakey.  [1852?]  l6mo, 
pp.  31,  (i),  including  covers.  BM.,  c,  Y.  92421 

Engraved  illustrated  cover-title.    Reprinted  from  the  Mayflower,  below. 

Stowe.    The  Mayflower;  or,  Sketches  of  Scenes  and  Charac- 
ters among  the  Descendants  of  the  Pilgrims.    By  Mrs.   Harriet  ^ 
Beecher  Stowe.  New-York:  Harfer  ^  Brothers^  82  Cliff-  Street.  /-{S'5L'9  ^^ 

1843.     l8mO,  pp.  324.    AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  H.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,/^  A//*^ 

WHS.  +  [Same  imprint  and  collation.]  1844.  BM.  +  [Same 
imprint  and  collation.]  1846.  B.,  H.,  mT  H-'fSaTne  imprint  and 
collation.  184-?]  h.,  Y.  -{-Boston:  J .  P.  Jewett  &  Company ; 
Cleveland:  O:  J ewett,  Proctor ,  ^  Worthington.  1853.  l8mo, 
pp.  324.  C.  92422 

Stowe.    The  May  Flower,  and  Miscellaneous  Writings.    By  ^^ 

Harriet  Beecher  Stowe,  .  .  .  Boston:   Phillips,  Sampson,  and  Com-  r<>  ^  7j^    / 

pany,  13  Winter  Street.    1 85 5.     [Verso  of  title:]    Stereotyped  at  ji^  ^  L  6 ^ 

the  Boston  Stereotype  Foundry.     l2mo,  engraved  title,  pp.  471,    /   ^.t)"^ 
advertisements  8.    Frontispiece  portrait. 

AAS.,  B.,  C,  H.,  P.,  Y.  92423 

A  reprint  of  the  sketches  in  "The  Mayflower"  together  with  other  writings  pre- 
viously published  in  various  periodicals. 

Stowe.  "The  Mayflower;"  or,  Sketches  of  Scenes  and  Charac- 
ters among  the  descendants  of  the  Pilgrims.  By  Mrs.  Harriet 
Beecher  Stov/e,  Authoress  of  "Uncle  Tom's  Cabin."  (Only  Com- 
plete Edition.)  London:  J.  S.  Hodson,  2  2,  Portugal  Street,  Lin- 
coln's Inn.  [Verso  of  title:]  London:  Printed  by  J.  S.  Hodson, 
22,  Portugal  Street,  Lincoln's  Inn.  [1852.]  l8mo,  pp.  xiii,  verso 
blank,  (2),  267.    Frontispiece.  b.  92424 

Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  November  15,  1852,  no.  4549. 

Stowe.  The  Mayflower;  or.  Scenes  and  Sketches  among  the 
Descendants  of  the  Pilgrim  Fathers.  By  Mrs.  H.  Beecher  Stowe, 
author  of  "Uncle  Tom's  Cabin."  .  .  .  London:  Knight  and  Son, 
Clerkenwell  Close.     1852.     l8mo,  pp.    (2),  267,   (i).    Frontis- 


40  STOWE   (h.  B.). 

piece.   H.    +  Complete,  revised,  illustrated  edition.   London.  iS^^- 

l6mo.  BM.,  FAC.ADV.  92425 

The  Knight  edition  was  announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  December  16, 

1852,  no.  5097. 

Stowe.    The  Mayflower.    London.    [1853.]     i2mo. 

Contains  only  five  of  the  sketches.  BM.  92426 

This  is  probably  the  issue  announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  March   i, 

1853,  no.   1 156,  London,  Farrington,  1853,  l2mo,  pp.  170. 

Stowe.  The  Mayflower;  or.  Tales  and  Pencilings.  London: 
T.  Nelson  <y  Sons.    1852.    l2mo.  BM.  92427 

Forms  part  of  "Nelson's  Library  for  Travellers  and  the  Fireside."  Announced  in 
the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  January  I,  1853,  no.  239. 

Stowe.  The  Mayflower.  Short  Stories.  London:  G.  Rout- 
ledge  is' Co.    1854.    i8mo,  pp.  186.  92428 

Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  January  17,  1854,  no.  530. 
For  other  editions,  see  Tales  and  Sketches,  and  Uncle  Tim,  below. 
Frequently  reissued  after  i860. 

Stowe.  De  Meibloem.  Tooneelen  en  karakterschetsen  uit 
Noord-Amerika.  Uit  het  Eng.  door  C.  M.  Mensing.  Amsterdam: 
P.  N.  van  Kampen  {&'  Zn.)    1853.    ^^o-  92429 

Title  from  Brinkman. 

Stowe.   Lafleurdemai:  contes  et  esquisses,  traduites  par  Alph. 

Viollet.    M'dano:    Tiiraii.    1853.     l6mo,  pp.  253.  92430 

Title  from  Pagliaini's  "Catalogo  generalc  della  libreria  italiana,"  under  Beecher. 

Stowe.   La  Fleur  de  Mai,  contes  et  esquisses;  par  M^e  Harriet 

Beecher  Stowe.    Traduit  par  M^^e  Sophie  des  Nos.    A  Paris,  che-z. 

Desloges,  rue  Croix-des-Petits~ChampSj  4.    Inipr.  dc  Pouss'ielguey 

a  Paris.    1853.    4^^-  92431 

Title  from  "Bibliographie  de  la  France,"  1853,  no.  1758. 

Stowe.  Fleur  de  mai,  nou^'elles  americaines.  Traduction  par 
La  Bedollierc.    Paris.    [1854.]    4to.  BIB. NAT.  92432 

Forms  part  of  the  tenth  series  of  the  "Pantheon  populaire,"  according  to  "Biblio- 
graphic dc  la  France,"  1854,  no.  4212. 

Stowe.   Nouvclles  americaines;  par  Mistress  H.  Beecher  Stowe, 
.  .  .  Traduites  en  fran^ais  par  M.  Alphonse  Viollet.  A  Paris ,  chez 
Charprnfirr,   rue   de   Lille. — Impr.    de    Gratiot,   a   Paris.     1 853. 
l8mo.    +     2<'  t'llition.     [Same  imprint  and  date]     i8mo,  pp.  x,    | 
(2),  330,  (i).  C.  92433 

Listed  in  "Bibliographic  de  la  France,"  1853,  nos.  711  and  2112. 
On  cover  of  the  second  edition:    "Bibllotheque  d'un  homme  de  gout." 
A  translation  from  the  M.iyflower,  with  some  omissions. 


STOWE  (h.  B.).  41 

Stowe.  Maiblumchen  oder  Amerikanische  Slcizzen  und  Er- 
zahlungen.  Aus  dem  Engl.  Leipzig:.  Kittler.  1853.  8vo,  pp. 
(4),  178.  92434 

Title  from  Kayser. 

Stowe.  Das  Maiblumchen,  oder  Skizzen  und  Scenen  von 
Charakteren  unter  den  Nachkommen  der  Pilger.  Von  Harriet 
Stowe,  geb.  Beecher.  Mit  einer  Vorrede  von  Catherine  E.  Beecher. 
Stereot.-Ausg.  Mit  dem  Portr.  der  Verfasserin  (in  Stahlst.). 
Leipzig:  Friedlein.  1855.  8vo,  pp.  xi,  139.  Portrait.  -|- 2.  Aufl. 
[Same  imprint,  date  and  collation.]  92435 

Forms  vol.  7  of  "Neue  Volks-Bibliothek,"  edited  by  A.  Schrader.  Information 
from  Kayser. 

Stowe.  Die  Maiblume.  Bilder  und  Charaktere.  Berlin: 
Duncker  u.  Humblot.    1853.    i6mo,  pp.  xviii,  334.  92436 

Title  from  Kayser. 

Stowe.  I  fiori  di  maggio,  o  novelle  americane.  Milano:  Cioffi.. 
1853.    l6mo.    -{-Milano:  Borroni  e  Scotti.    1853.    2  vols.,  32mo. 

92437 

Information  from  Pagliaini's  "Catalogo  generale  della  libreria  italiana,"  under 
Beecher. 

Stowe.  Mai-Blomsten.  Oversat  fra  det  Engelske  af  Thomas 
Krag.    Christianta.    1853.    8 vo,  pp.   (4),  262,  92438 

Reprinted  from  the  "Tidsskrift  for  SkJ0nliteratur."  Information  from  the  "Norsk 
Bog-Fortegnelse." 

Stowe.  Majblomman,  eller  skizzer  af  scener  och  karakterer 
ibland  pilgrimernas  afkomlingar,  af  m:rs  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe. 
Forf.  till  "Onkel  Toms  stuga".  Ofversattning.  Med  ett  forord 
af  Fredrika  Bremer.  Goteborg:  C.  F.  Arvidsson.  1857.  i6mo, 
pp.  10,  166.        ^  92439 

Title  from  Linnstrom's  "Svenskt  Boblexikon,"  which  states  that  the  first  edition  was 
issued  in  three  parts  in  1853. 

Stowe.    The  Minister's  Wooing.    By  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe. 
New  York:   Derby  and  Jackson,  119  Nassau  Street.    M  DCCC  Lix.  ^^ 
[Verso  of  title:]    Rivcrsidey  Cambridge:    Stereotyped  and  printed  i    -^  < 
by  H.  O.  Houghton  and  Company.    l2mo,  pp.  (4),  578.    aas.,  c,  A1  Q 
NYP.    -\-New  York:   Derby^and  Jackson ;  Boston:   Broiun,  Tag- 
gardy  and  Chase.     1859.     [Same   collation.]     c.    -\- Neiv   York: 
Derby  and  JacksofT^TT^  Nassau  Street.    M  DCCC  LX.    [Same  col- 
lation.]   NYP.    -|-  New  York:   Derby  &'  Jackson,  498  Broadway. 
i860.    [Same  collation.]  NYP.  92440 


42 


STOWE  (h.  B.). 


First  issued  serially  in  the  "Atlantic  Monthly,"  December,  1858  to  December,  1859. 

According  to  McCray's  "Life  Work  of  the  Author  of  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,"  1889, 
p.  286,  the  novel  was  "issued  by  Phillips,  Sampson  &  Co.  [publishers  of  the  Atlantic 
Monthly],  in  book  form  in  October,  1859,  two  months  previous  to  its  completion  in 
the  magazine."  However,  the  "American  Publishers'  Circular"  lists  no  edition  from 
this  company  in  1859,  and  announces  in  its  issue  for  October  22,  that  published  by 
Derby  and  Jackson. 

Copies  of  one  or  other  of  the  Neiv  York,  1859,  issues  are  located  also  at  b.  and 

HSP. 

Stowe.  The  Minister's  Wooing.  By  H.  Beecher  Stowe  .  .  . 
With  Illustrations  by  Phiz  [i.e.  H.  K.  Browne].  London:  Samf- 
son  Low,  Son,  6f  Co.,  47  Ludgate  Hill.  1859.  •  •  •  [Verso  of 
title:]  London:  Printed  by  William  Clowes  and  Sons,  Stamford 
Street.  8vo,  pp.  (4),  362.  13  plates.  BM.,  NVP.  -\- London: 
Sampson  Lotv,  Son,  &  Co.    1859.    8vo,  pp.  240.  9244^ 

The  illustrated  edition  was  originally  issued  monthly,  fourteen  numbers  in  ten 
parts,  February  to  November,  1859.  The  nyp.  copy  is  in  original  wrappers.  On  cover 
titles:   "A  Tale  of  New  England." 

Both  of  these  editions  were  announced  in  the  "Publishers's  Circular"  for  October  i, 
1859,  nos.  3255  and  3256. 

Stowe.  The  Minister's  Wooing.  By  H,  Beecher  Stowe  .  .  . 
Copyright  Edition.  Leipzig:  Bcrnhard  Tauchnit-z.  1859.  •  •  • 
[Colophon:]  Printing  Office  of  the  Publisher.  Small  4to,  pp. 
(6),  362.  BM.,  NYP.  92442 

Series  title:   Collection  of  British  Authors.  Vol.  ccccxciv. 
There  have  been  many  later  editions  of  the  work. 

S'lOWE.  La  fiancee  du  ministre  .  .  .  Roman  americain  traduit 
avec  I'autorisation  de  I'auteur  par  H.  de  I'Espine.  Paris:  Hachette 
et  Cie.    [i860.]    l2mo.  BM.  92443 

Issued  in  the  "Bibliotheque  des  meilleurs  romans  etrangers." 

Stowe.  Des  Predigers  Brautwerbung.  Von  Harriet  Beecher 
Stowe.  Deutsch  von  A.  Kretzschmar.  Wurzen:  Verlags-Com-p- 
toir.    1859.    4  vols.,  Svo,  pp.  747.  92444 

Forms  vols.  87—90,  series  11,  of  "Europiiischc  Bibliothek  dcr  neuen  belletristischen 
Literatur."    Information  from  Kayser. 

Stowe.  De  predikant  en  zijn  uitverkorene.  Naar  het  Eng. 
door  S.  J.  van  den  Bergh.  Amsterdam:  Gebr.  Binger.  (/.  H.  van 
der  Beek.)    i860.    2  vols.,  Svo.    Plates.  92445 

Title  from  Rrinkman. 

Stowe.  Prtdikantens  frieri.  En  bcrattelse  fran  Nya  England 
af  .  .  .  forf.  till  "Onkcl  Toms  stuga",  m.  m.  Stockholm.  Alb. 
Bonnier,    i860.    Svo,  pp.  420.  92446 

Forms  nos.  1-9  of  the  i860  serif.;  of  "Eump.  fijljetongen."  Information  from 
Linnstrom's  "Svcnskt  boklexikon." 


STOWE  (h.  B.).  43 

Stowe.  Mrs.  H.  B.  Stowe  on  Dr.  Monod  and  the  American 
Tract  Society;  considered  in  relation  to  American  Slavery.  From 
the  New  York  Independent.  [Colophon:]  Refrinted  for  the 
Edinburgh  Ladies^  Emancipation  Society.  [Edinburgh^  1858.] 
i2mo,  pp.  8.  AAS.j  c.  92447 

Caption  title.    Dated,  August  1858. 

Stowe.  Prize  Tale.  A  New  England  Sketch.  By  Miss  Har- 
riet E.  Beecher.  Lowell:  Published  by  Alfred  Gilman.  1 834. 
i6mo,  pp.  52.  Y.  92448 

The  author's  first  book. 

From  publisher's  notice  on  verso  of  title:  The  following  story  was  introduced  to 
the  public  through  the  Western  Monthly  Magazine. 

Reprinted  in  the  "Boston  Book,"  3rd  collection,  1841,  pp.  100—139,  and  under 
title  of  "Uncle  Tim"  in  the  Mayflower,  above,  and  Uncle  Tim,  below. 

Stowe.  Sketches  of  American  Life:  A  Companion  to  "The 
Mayflower."  By  Mrs.  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  With  a  Sketch  of 
the  Author's  Life  and  Writings.  London:  Knight  and  Son.  1855. 
32mo,  pp.  288.  FAC.ADV.  92449 

Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  June  15,  1855,  no.  2780. 

Stowe.  Tafereelen  en  omtrekken.  Amsterdam:  Wed.  L. 
van  Hulst  &  Zn.    1855.    8vo.  92450 

Title  from  Brinkman.  Probably  these  "Pictures  and  Outlines"  are  a  translation  of 
the  following  title,  or  of  the  Mayflower,  above. 

Stowe.  Tales  and  Sketches  of  New  England  Life;  comprising 
"The  May  Flower"  and  other  miscellaneous  writings.  By  Har- 
riet Beecher  Stowe.  London:  Sampson  Low  ^  Co.  1855.  8vo, 
pp.  248.  Portrait,  bm.  +  [Another  edition.]  [Same  imprint 
and  date.]  8vo.  bm.  -\~  London,  Edinburgh  [printed].  1858. 
8vo.  BM.  92451 

The  second  edition  listed  is  a  cheap  shilling  edition.  Both  1855  editions  are  an- 
nounced in  the  "Publisher'  Circular"  for  May  15,  1855,  no.  2284.  A  copy  of  one  is 
located  at  fac.adv. 

Stowe.  .  .  .  The  Two  Altars;  or,  Two  Pictures  in  One.  By 
Mrs.  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe,  Author  of  "Uncle  Tom's  Cabin." 
[At  foot  of  p.  I :]  Entered  according  to  Act  of  Congress,  in  the 
year  1852,  by  John  P.  Jewctt  &'  Co.,  [Boston^  in  the  Clcrk*s 
Office  of  the  District  Court  of  the  District  of  Massachusetts.    1 2  mo, 

pp.    12.     AAS.,    BM.,    C,    H.,    M.,    MINNHS.,    NYH.     +    [With    Colo- 

phon:]  Published  for  gratuitous  distributiofi,  at  the  Office  of  the 
American  Anti-Slavery  Society,  No.  138  Nassau  Street,  New  York. 
Also  to  be  had  at  the  Anti-Slavery  Offices,  No.  2  1  Cornhill,  Bos- 


44  STOWE  (h.  b.). 

toriy  and  No.  3 1  North  Fifth  Street,  Philadelfhia ;  and  at  the  Anti- 
Slavery  Defository,  Salem,  Columbiana  Co.,  Ohio.  [1857?] 
l2mo,  pp.  12.  B.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  M.,  UTEX.,  WHS.,  Y.  +  London: 
JohnCassell.    1853.    i2mo.  92452 

The  American  issues  have  caption  titles  only,  with  the  respective  headings:  "Lib- 
erty Tracts. — No.  i"  and  "Anti-Slavery  Tracts.  No.  13."  Copies  of  either  the  first 
or  second  are  at  hsp.  and  up. 

Information  concerning  the  London  edition  from  the  English  Catalogue. 

Date  of  the  second  American  issue  supplied  from  addresses  in  city  directories. 

Reprinted  in  the  first  series  of  "Autographs  for  Freedom,"  Boston,  1853,  pp.  127— 
147,  London,  1853,  pp.  88—102,  and  in  the  editions  of  the  Mayflower,  published  in 
1855  and  later  years.    See  those  titles  above,  and  no.  28835,  vol.  7. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Sam's  Emancipation;  Earthly  Care,  a  Heavenly 
Discipline;  and  other  Sketches.  By  Mrs.  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe. 
.  .  .  Witli  a  Sketch  of  Mrs.  Stowe's  Family  .  Willis  P.  Hazard,  178 
Chestnut  St.,  Philadelphia.  1853.  [Verso  of  title:]  Stereotyped 
by  Slote  6f  Mooney,  Philadelphia,  Kite  ^  Walton,  Printers. 
l2mo,  pp.  124. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  92453 
Bartlett,  no.  4709,  lists  an  1852  edition  published  by  Hazard,  but  it  is  probably  an 
error  for  the  above. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Sam's  Emancipation;  Earthly  Care  a  Heav- 
enly Discipline;  and  other  Tales  and  Sketches,  by  Mrs,  Harriet 
Beecher  Stowe.  .  .  .  London:  T.  Nelson  and  Sons.  MDCCCLin. 
l2mo,  pp.  xxxix,  9-160.  BM.,  FAC.ADV.  +  London  and  Edin- 
burgh: T.  Nelson  and  Sons.  1853.  l2mo,  added  illustrated  title, 
andpp.  xxxix,  9— 160.  Frontispiece.  c.  92454 

"Nelson's  Library  for  Travellers  and  the  Fireside."  Title  of  the  first  edition  listed 
supplied  from  an  early  ms.  note  prepared  for  the  Dictionary  by  Joseph  Sabin. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tim,  and  other  Tales.  By  Mrs.  Stowe.  With 
engravings.    London:   Allman.    1852.    iSmo,  pp.  250. 

BM.  92455 

Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  October  15,  1852,  no.  4080. 
"Uncle  Tim"  was  first  issued  as  "Prize  Tale.   A  New  England  Sketch,"  see  above. 
It  was  later  included  in  the  Mayflower,  and  in  Tales  and  Sketches,  also  entered  above. 
"Uncle  Tim"  is  incorrectly  printed  as  "Uncle  Tom"  in  the  bm.  catalogue. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tim  and  Uncle  Jaw.  By  Mrs,  Harriet  Beecher 
Stowe.  Two  Talcs  for  riper  youth.  Leipzig:  Baumgartner.  iS^^- 
l6mo,  pp.  126.  92456 

Issued  as  vol.  8  of  the  "Little  English  Library."  Information  from  Hinrichs' 
catalogue  for  July-December,   1853. 

Stowe,   Uncle  Tom's  Cabin. 

The  first  edition  was  published  in  Boston.  The  following  list  of  editions  published         I 
in   the  English  l.inguagc   is  arranged  alphabetically,  first  according  to  the  place  of 


STOWE  (h.  b.).  45 

publication,  and  the  London  editions  secondarily  by  publishers.  This  arrangement 
permits  the  briefer  entries  of  similar  issues.  It  will  be  noted  that  the  larger  part  of  the 
editions  published  before  i860  were  issued  in  1852. 

Following  the  editions  of  the  original  work,  the  adaptations,  dramatizations,  etc. 
in  the  English  language,  arc  arranged  alphabetically  by  title. 

After  these,  the  translations  are  arranged  alphabetically  by  languages. 

At  the  end  are  the  titles  of  a  number  of  works  relating  to  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  and 
references  to  similar  works  entered  elsewhere. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  or,  Life  among  the  Lowly.  By 
Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  .  .  .  Boston:  John  P.  Jewett  &'  Comfany.     ,    .  " 

Clevelandy    Ohio:     Jewetty    Proctor    i^     Worthington.      ^^52-   iO^  t  ^Z^ 
[Verso  of  title:]    Stereotyped  by  Hobart  &'  Robblns,  New  England       '"  ^^ 
Type  and  Stereotype  Foundery,  Boston.    2  vols.,  l2mo,  pp.   (2),  6d^V 
v-x,  13-312,  3  plates;   322,  3  plates.  /5l5^ 

AAS.,  B.,  C,  DERENNE,  H.,  NYP.,  Y.  92457 
The  account  of  the  death  of  Uncle  Tom  was  written  by  Mrs.  Stowe  in  February, 
1851,  and  the  book  was  developed  from  this  nucleus.  It  was  first  published  serially  in 
the  "National  Era,"  from  June  5,  1851,  to  April  I,  1852.  This  first  edition  in  book 
form  appeared  on  March  20,  1852,  in  an  edition  of  5000  copies.  "Three  thousand 
copies  were  sold  the  very  first  day,  a  second  edition  [/.  e.  issue]  was  issued  the  follow- 
ing week,  a  third  on  the  first  of  April  ..."  See  the  "Life"  of  Mrs.  Stowe  by  her  son, 
1889,  pp.  148,  159—160.  During  the  year  there  were  numerous  reissues  from  the  plates 
of  the  first  edition,  also  in  two  volumes,  with  the  addition  of  the  words  "Tenth"  to 
"One  Hundred  and  Twentieth  Thousand"  on  their  title  pages.  Besides  the  imprints 
given  above,  on  the  verso  of  title  of  the  reissues  is  added  the  imprint  of  Geo.  C.  Rand 
or  of  Geo.  C.  Rand  &  Co.  It  should  also  be  noted  that  the  name  of  the  publishers  was 
printed  on  the  original  binding  of  the  first  issue  as  "J.  P.  Jewett  &  Co.,"  and  on  that 
of  later  issues  as  "Jewett  &  Co." 

Copies  of  Boston  issues  of  1852  are  located  at  aas.,  ba.,  bm.,  c,  h.,  m.,  nyh., 
NYP.,  UP.,  UTEX.,  and  whs.  Some  of  these  may  be  copies  of  issues  of  the  two  follow- 
ing editions. 

Stowe.    Uncle  Tom's  Cabin:  or,  Life  among  the  Lowly.    By 
Harriet    Beecher    Stowe.      153,000    copies, — 306,000    volumes. /^<^^  O^ 
Boston:   John  P.  Jewett  and  Company.   Cleveland,  Ohio:  J ewett^  /      x-^:  , 
Proctor  &'  Worthington.    1852.    [Verso  of  title:]    Stereotyped  by ^  ^     ' 
Hobart  <y  RobbinSy  New  England  Type  and  Stereotype  Foundery, 
Boston.   Printed  by  Geo.  C.  Randy  Cornhill.    8vo,  pp.  166,  adver- 
tisements. (2).  AAS.  92458 

On  printed  paper  covers:    An  Edition  for  the  Million! 

The  success  of  the  work  led  to  the  publication  of  this  edition  sold  for  37J^  cents. 
According  to  an  article  in  "Putnam's  Monthly  Magazine,"  Jan.  1853,  vol.  i,  p.  98, 
50,000  copies  of  this  one  volume  edition  had  already  been  sold  by  December  i,  1852. 
The  latest  issue  of  the  edition  which  we  have  located  is  of  the  "Two  Hundred  and 
Ninety-fifth  Thousand,"  issued  without  date  on  the  title  page,  but  with  paper  covers 
still  dated  1852.   aas.   Earlier  issues  have  the  date  1853  on  their  titles. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  or.  Life  among  the  Lowly.  By 
Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  Illustrated  Edition.  Complete  in  one 
Volume.  Original  Designs  by  Billings;  engraved  by  Baker  and 
Smith.   Boston:   John  P.  Jewett  and  Company.   Cleveland,  Ohio: 


46  STOWE   (h.  B.). 

Jewetty  Proctor y  and  Worthington.  1853.  [Verso  of  title:] 
Stereotyped  at  the  Boston  Stereotype  Foundry.  Press  of  Geo.  C. 
Rand,  Cornhill,  Boston.  8vo,  added  engraved  title,  and  pp.  560, 
including  illustrations  in  the  text.   Frontispiece  portrait. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  M.  92459 

According  to  the  article  in  "Putnam's  Monthly  Magazine"  cited  above,  3,000 
copies  of  the  "costly  illustrated  edition"  had  been  sold  by  December,  1852. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  Edinburgh:  Gall  ^  Inglis. 
1852.   8vo,  pp.  vi,  281.  BM.  92460 

A  popular  edition  is  said  to  have  been  published  in  Glasgow  in  1852.  See  "Put- 
nam's Monthly  Magazine,"  vol.   I,  1853,  p.  99. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin :  or,  Life  among  the  Lowly.  New 
illustrated  edition.    Edinburgh:    Adam  ^  Charles  Black.     1853. 

8vo,  pp.  522.  BM.,  FAC.ADV.  9246  I 

Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  April  15,  1853,  no.  1775. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  With  a  New  Preface  expressly 
written  for  this  edition,  authorized  for  the  Continent  of  Europe. 
By  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  In  two  volumes.  .  .  .  Leipzig.  Bern- 
hard  Tauchnitz.  1 852.  [Colophon:]  Printed  by  Bernhard 
Tauchnitz.    2  vols.,  i2mo,  pp.  xviii,  669.    Plates.     BM.,  H.  92462 

Scries  title:  "Collection  of  British  Authors.  Vol.  ccxLiii  [-ccxliv]."  Collation 
supplied  from  Kayser,  the  pagination  of  the  two  volumes  evidently  added.  The  h. 
copy  lacks  vol.  1,  the  collation  of  vol.  2,  being  pp.   (vi),  317,  (i),  2  plates. 

r    ">~  Stowe.    Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.    By  Mrs.  Stowe.    London:   Ap- 

y;^'-J-J(^p    fie  yard.    1852.    l8mo,  pp.  282.  92463 

T    ^■-   C^J\^  f       Appleyard's   Pocket  Edition.     Announced   in   the   "Publishers'   Circular"    for   Oct. 

c'"" iJ  '5)  1852,  no.  4085.    In  addition  to  this,  an  8vo  edition  published  by  Appleyard  is  listed 

■^     I  ,  in  "Sampson  Low's  Catalogue  of  Books  published  ...  during  .  ..   1852." 

' i^ ^3l  For  the  first  London  edition,  zee  below  the  issues  published  by  Clarke  &  Co. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  By  Mrs.  H.  B.  Stowe.  London: 
Bentley.    1852.    8vo,  pp.  472.  BM.  92464 

Forms  no.  121  of  "Standard  Novels."  Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular" 
for  Oct.  I,  1852,  no.  3943. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  or,  Life  among  the  Lowly.  By 
Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  London:  H.  G.  Bohn,  York  Street, 
Covrnt  Gardffi.  1852.  [Verso  of  title:]  London:  Bradbury  and 
Evans,  Printers,  Whitejrtars.    l2mo,  pp.  (2),  v— xx,  483.    9  plates. 

B.  92465 

"Hnhn's  Illustrated  Edition."  Illustrations  by  Leech  and  others.  Sfc  "Publishers' 
Circul.ir,"  Oct.  i,  1852,  p.  342. 

Stowe.    Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  or,  Life  among  the  Lowly.  .  .  . 


STOWE  (h.  B.).  47 

With  introductory  remarks  by  ...  J,  Sherman.    London:    U.  G. 
Bohn.    1852,     l2mo.    BM.    -j-  [Same  imprint.]     1853.     l2mo. 

92466 

Bohn's  Shilling  Edition.  Information  as  to  the  1853  issue  from  "Les  Livres  de 
I'enfance  du  XV^^  au  XIX^  siecle,"  published  by  Gumachian  &  Cic,   [1930],  vol.   i, 

P-  393- 

Together  with  the  preceding  editions  issued  by  Bohn,  a  third  from  that  publisher, 
"Bohn's  Library  Edition,"  izmo,  is  announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular,"  Oct.  i, 
1852,  no.  3946. 

An  1853  issue  of  Bohn's  Illustrated  Edition,  8vo,  is  listed  in  the  "English  Cata- 
logue," 1864,  but  is  not  announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  during  1853. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  or,  Negro  Life  in  the  Slave 
States  of  America.    London:    T.  Bosworth.     \^Aug.   14,]    1852. 

8V0.  BM.  92467 

The  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  Sept.  i,  1852,  lists  an  "Author's  Edition"  published 
by  Bosworth,  8vo,  pp.  500. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin:  or,  Life  among  the  Lowly  .  .  . 
With  a  preface  by  the  Author,  written  expressly  for  this  edition. 
London:    T.  Boszvorth.    [Oct.  13,]   1852.    8vo.  BM.  92468 

The  English  Catalogue  lists  only  an  1853  edition  published  by  Bosworth. 

Stowe.  Cassell's  Edition  of  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  With  eight 
illustrations.    London:    Cassell.    1852.    l2mo.  BM.  92469 

Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  Oct.  15,  1852,  no.  4081. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  By  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  With 
Twenty-seven  Illustrations  on  Wood  by  George  Cruikshank,  Esq. 
London:  John  Cassell^  Ludgate  Hill.  1852.  8vo,  pp.  xxiii,  (l), 
391,  (i).   Frontispiece  portrait  and  27  plates. 

BM.,  C,  CU.,  FAC.ADV.,  H.,  NYP.  9247O 

Listed  in  "Sampson  Low's  Catalogue  of  Books  published  ...  during  ...  1852," 
as  appearing  in  December. 

First  issued  in  13  parts,  in  paper  wrappers,  h.  (2  copies).  One  of  the  h.  copies 
has  an  extra  set  of  plates  on  India  paper.  Three  issues  in  "cloth,"  "extra  cloth,  gilt 
edges,"  and  a  "superb  drawing-room  edition  .  .  .  Demy  Octavo,  extra  cloth  .  .  .  gilt 
edges,"  are  advertised  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular,"  Jan.  17,  1853,  p.  29. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  or,  Negro  Life  in  the  Slave  States 
of  America  .  .  .  reprinted  .  .  .  from  the  tenth  American  edition. 
London:  Clarke  ^  Co.  1852.  8vo,  pp.  300.  BM.  +  [Same 
imprint  and  date.]  l2mo.  bm.  +  Third  Edition.  [Same  im- 
print and  date.]  8vo.  bm.  +  New  Edition,  with  40  illustra- 
tions. [Same  imprint  and  date.]  +  With  a  New  Preface  by 
Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  [Same  imprint.]  [1852.]  i2mo,  pp. 
190.  bm.  +  With  Fifty  Splendid  Engravings.  London:  Clarke 
i^  Co.y  Foreign  Booksellers,  Fleet-st.    mdccclii.     [Colophon:] 


48  STOWE  (h.  B.). 

London:  Salisbury  and  Co.,  Printer ,  Primrose  Hill  and  Bouverie 
Street,  Fleet  Street.  8vo,  added  engraved  title,  and  pp.  vi,  (i), 
x-xii,  380.    49  plates.  bm.,  H.  92471 

First  English  edition,  announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  May  i,  1852, 
no.  2074. 

A  statement  by  Clarke  &  Co.  in  October,  1852,  quoted  in  C.  E.  Stowe's  "Life"  of 
his  mother,  1889,  pp.  190—192,  reveals  that  a  copy  was  sent  from  America  in  April 
to  Bogue,  the  publisher,  who  offered  it  to  Gilpin.  On  the  latter's  declining  it,  Bogue 
offered  it  to  Henry  Vizetelly,  who  eventually  purchased  it  for  Clarke  &  Co.  It  was 
printed  by  Salisbury  of  Bouverie  Street,  the  following  week,  in  an  edition  of  7,000 
copies.  According  to  the  publishers,  they  had  in  October  "about  400  people  employed 
in  getting  out  the  book,  and  seventeen  printing  machines  besides  hand  presses.  Al- 
ready about  150,000  copies  of  the  book  are  in  the  hands  of  the  people,  and  still  the 
returns  of  the  sales  show  no  decline." 

Mr.  Stowe  also  quotes  a  slightly  different  account  from  a  statement  by  Sampson 
Low,  who  says  that  Vizetelly  brought  out  the  first  issue  on  his  own  account  under  the 
"nominal  agency  of  Clarke  &  Co."  He  continues:  "Mr.  Vizetelly  disposed  of  his 
interest  ...  to  the  printer  and  agent,  who  joined  with  Mr.  Beeton  and  at  once  began 
to  issue  monster  editions  .  .  .  The  discovery  was  soon  made  that  any  one  was  at  lib- 
erty to  reprint  the  book  .  .  .  From  April  to  December,  1852,  twelve  different  editions 
(not  reissues)  were  published,  and  within  the  twelve  months  of  its  first  appearance 
eighteen  different  London  publishing  houses  were  engaged  in  supplying  the  .  .  . 
demand  .  .  .  the  total  number  of  editions  being  forty  ..."  Low  added  that,  after 
analyzing  these  editions  he  was  able  "pretty  confidently  to  say  that  the  aggregate 
number  of  copies  circulated  in  Great  Britain  and  the  colonies  exceeds  one  and  a  half 
millions." 

In  the  second  and  third  issues  listed,  the  preface  is  signed  "G." 

The  fourth  and  fifth  of  the  issues  listed  were  announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Cir- 
cular" for  Sept.  I,  1852,  no.  3605,  and  Oct.  i,  1852,  no.  3948. 

The  last  of  the  Clarke  &  Co.  issues  entered  above  has  the  heading:  "The  People's 
Illustrated  Edition."  It  was  first  issued  in  penny  parts,  and  was  announced  in  the 
Circular  for  Nov.  15,  1852,  no.  4568. 

The  name  of  C.  H.  Clarke  &  Co.  appears  in  the  imprints  of  the  earliest  of  the 
Routledge  issues  entered  below.  According  to  William  Talbot  in  the  "American  Book 
Collector,"  vol.  3,  p.  295,  Clarke  &  Co.  produced  for  the  trade  the  Piper  and  Co. 
edition,  no.  92490,  below. 

For  interesting  details  as  to  the  London  editions,  see  the  .above  article. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin:  or,  Negro  Life  in  the  Slave 
States  of  America.  London:  Clarke,  Beeton  <y  Co.  [1853.] 
l6mo.  BM.  92472 

Stowe.     Uncle   Tom's   Cabin,    and    Key,    in    One    Volume. 
Lojidon:    Clarke,  Beeton  ^  Co.    1853.    l2mo,  pp.  630.      92473 
Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  Sept.  I,  1853,  no.  3792. 

SrowE.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  or.  Life  among  the  Lowly.  A 
Tale  of  Slave  Life  in  America.  By  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  With 
above  one  hundred  and  fifty  illustrations,  drawn  by  George 
Thom.is,  Esq.,  and  T.  R.  Macquoid,  Esq.,  and  engraved  by  Wil- 
liam Thomas,  Esq.  London:  Nathaniel  Cooke,  Miljord  House, 
Strand.    1853.    [Verso  of  title:]    London:    Bradbury  and  Evans, 


STOWE  (h.  b.).  49 

Printers  extraordinary  to  the  Queen,  Whitejriors.    8vo,  xii,  392, 
including  added  illustrated  title.    10  plates. 

BM.,  NYP.(sCHOMBURg).  92474 
Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  Oct.  15,  1852,  no.  4083. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  By  Mrs.  H.  B.  Stowe.  London: 
Passtnore  Edwards.    1852.    i2mo.  92475 

Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  Oct.  15,  1853,  no.  4083. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  by  Mrs.  H.  B.  Stowe;  and  White 
Slave,  by  R.  Hildreth.    London:   Eginton.    1 853.    l8mo.     92476 

Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  April  15,  1853,  no.  1774. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  by  Mrs.  H.  B.  Stowe.  With  an 
Address  by  the  Rev.  A.  Fletcher.  Illustrated  School  Edition. 
London:  Farrington.    1853.    i2mo.  9^477 

Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  Feb.  16,  1853,  no.  893. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  "the  Story  of  the  Age."  London: 
J.  Gilbert.    1852.    l8mo.  BM.  92478 

Issued  in  September,  according  to  "Sampson  Low's  Catalogue  of  Books  published 
.  .  .  during  .  .  .  1852."  .... 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  London:  Houlston  and  uion^- 
man.    1853.    ^^^-  9-4'^9 

Illustrated  by  Sears.  Title  from  the  English  Catalogue.  Possibly  this  m^y^  t/s  an 
error  for  "Uncle  Tom's  Companions,"  published  by  Houlston,  advertised  in  ihe 
"Publishers'  Circular,"  in  1853. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin :  a  Tale  of  Life  among  the  I.bwly ; 
or,  Pictures  of  Slavery  in  the  United  States  of  America.  Ttijrd 
edition.  Embellished  with  eight  spirited  Engravings.  Lor^dcn: 
Ingram,  Cooke  ^  Co.     1 852,     8vo.     Added  engraved  title, 

BM. .92480 

Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  Sept.  16,  1852,  no.  3760. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  London:  Ingram,  Cooke  Cif  Co. 
1853.    8vo,  pp.  180.  BM   92481 

Forms  No.  9  of  the  "Universal  Library."  Announced  in  the  "Publishers'' CiiCMlar* 
for  March  i,  1853,  no.  1178.  The  collation  is  supplied  from  the  advertsement  in 
the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  Feb.   16,  p.  87. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  By  Mrs.  H.  B.  Stowe.  Illus- 
trated by  T.  H.  Nicholson.  London:   Lea.    1852.    i2mo,    '92482 

Announced  In  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  Nov.  I,   1852,  no.  4330. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  By  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe, 
London:   Lloyd.    1 85 2,    8vo,  92483 

Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  Oct.  i,  1852,  no.  t.cti.i.. 


50  STOWE   (h.  B.). 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  London:  Longman.    1853.   ^^°- 

Title  from  the  English  Catalogue.  92484 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  or,  Life  among  the  Lowly.  By 
Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  Illustrated  Edition.  Complete  in  one  vol- 
ume. Designs  by  Billings;  engraved  by  Baker,  Smith,  and  An- 
drew. London:  SoTnfson  Lowy  Son  and  CoTnfany^  47  Ludgate 
Hill.  1853.  ^^°'  added  engraved  title,  and  pp.  560.  Frontispiece 
portrait.  BM.,  nyh.  92485 

Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  Jan.  i,  1853,  no.  262. 

Published  uniformly  with  the  Sampson  Low  edition  of  the  "Key  to  Uncle  Tom's 
Cabin."  See  the  advertisement  on  p.  172  of  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  May  2, 
1853. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  or,  Slave  Life  in  America.  By 
Mrs.  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  London:  T.  Nelson  &'  Sons.  1852. 
i2mo.  +  With  a  Memoir  of  the  Authoress.  .  .  .  London:  T. 
Nelson  ^  Sons,  Paternoster  Rozv ;  and  Edinburgh.  M.DCCC.LIII. 
[Colophon:]  Thomas  Nelson  and  Sons,  Edinburgh.  l2mo,  pp. 
(4),  xxii,  587.   Frontispiece.  ba.,  em.  92486 

The  first  of  these  issues  was  announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  Oct.  15, 
I8-5-2,  no.  4082,  and  the  second  in  the  issue  for  Feb.  16,  1853,  no.  892. 

St-qwe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  or  The  History  of  a  Christian 
Slave.  By  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe,  with  an  Introduction  and  Fron- 
tispiece designed  by  Anelay.  London:  Partridge  &  Oakey,  Pater- 
noster Row;  and  70,  Edgware  Road.  [Verso  of  title.]  London: 
Partridge  and  Oakey,  Printers,  Oxford  Mews,  Oxford  Square, 
Hyde  Park.    [1852?]     1 2 mo,  pp.  xii,  275,  including  frontispiece. 

']  AAS.,  BM.  92487 

On  printed  board  cover:    Partridge  and  Oakey's  Shilling  Edition. 
P,ac-ti;idge  and  Oakey   advertised   the  three  following  editions   in   the  "Publishers' 
Circular"    for   Sept.    i6,    1852,    p.    322:    Partridge   and    Oakey's    Shilling    Edition, 
'People'^  Illustrated  Edition,  and  Standard  Illustrated  Edition. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  With  twehe  illustrations  on 
wood,  designed  by  Anelay.  London:  Partridge  &  Oakey.  1852. 
8vo.    Added  engraved  title.  BM.  92488 

SyoWE.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  or,  The  History  of  a  Christian 
Slave..  By  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  With  an  Introduction  by  Elihu 
Burrirt.  Illustrated  by  sixteen  engravings  by  Johnston,  from  orig- 
inal il.-s'igns  by  Anelay.  (Verbatim  from  the  American  Edition.) 
London:  Partridge  and  Oakey,  Paternoster  Roiu,  and  JO,  Edg- 
ware'koad.  Saunders  ^  Otley,  Conduit  Street.  1 852.  [Verso 
of  title:]    Partridge  and  Oakey,  Printers,  Paddington.    8vo,  added 


STOWE  (h.  B.).  51 

engraved  title,  and  pp.  xiv,  (i),  524,  list  of  books  (4).    19  plates. 
AAS.,  BM.,  H.    +  London.    1853.    ^^°-  92489 

Information  concerning  the  1853  issue  from  the  catalogue  of  the  Stanclifield  sale 
at  the  Anderson  Galleries,  January  24—26,  1923,  no.  iiio. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  or,  Negro  Life  in  the  Slave  States 
of  America.  By  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  London:  Piper  Brother's 
and  Co.    1852.    l2mo,  pp.  (4),  188.  C.  92490 

According  to  Talbot,  In  the  "American  Book  Collector,"  vol.  3,  1933,  p.  295,  this 
edition  was  first  published  in  numbers,  and  was  produced  by  Clarke  &  Co.  for  the  trade. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin ;  or,  Negro  Life  in  the  Slave  States 
of  America.  By  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  Embellished  with  Eight 
Engravings.  London:  G.  Routledge  and  Co.;  C.  H.  Clarke 
and  Co.  MDCCCLII.  [Colophon:]  London:  Salisbury  and  Co., 
Printers y  Bouverie-street  and  Primrose-hill,  Fleet-street.  8vo,  pp. 
vi,  351.   8  plates.  BM.,  nyh.  92491 

In  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  Oct.  15,  1852,  p.  354,  three  editions  were  adver- 
tised by  Routledge:  Family  Edition,  Drawing-Room  Table  Edition,  and  Railway 
Shilling  Edition. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  or,  Negro  Life  in  the  Slave  States 
of  America.  Third  Edition.  With  forty  illustrations.  London: 
Routledge  <y  Co.y  &'  Clarke  &  Co.    1 852.    8vo.  BM.  92492 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  A  Tale  of  Life  among  the  Lowly. 
By  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  With  a  Preface  by  the  Right  Hon. 
the  Earl  of  Carlisle.  London:  George  Routledge  and  Co.,  Far- 
ringdon  Street.  1 852.  [Colophon:]  Printed  by  Cox  {Brothers) 
and  Wyman,  Great  Queen  Street.    l6mo,  pp.  xvi,  302.     B.  92493 

The  FAC.ADV.  catalogue  lists  a  "New  Edition"  with  this  title,  and  gives  the  size 
as  8vo. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  By  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe,  with 
a  Preface  by  the  Earl  of  Carlisle;  and  the  White  Slave,  by  R. 
Hildreth.  London:  Routledge.  1852.  2  vols,  in  one,  i2mo, 
pp.  600.  92494 

Issued  in  the  series  of  "Routledge's  Standard  Novels."  Announced  in  the  "Pub- 
lishers' Circular"  for  Nov.  15,  1852,  no.  4565. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin ;  A  Tale  of  Life  among  the  Lowly. 
By  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  With  a  Preface,  by  the  Right  Hon. 
The  Earl  of  Carlisle.  Illustrated  by  Phiz,  Gilbert,  and  Harvey. 
London:  George  Routledge  i^  Co.  Farringdon  Street.  1 853. 
[Verso  of  title:]  London:  R.  Clay,  Printer,  Bread  Street  Hill. 
l2mo,  added  ornamental  title,  and  pp.  xvi,  9—480.    II  plates. 

BM.,  NYH.  92495 


52  STOWE   (h.  B.). 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  By  Mrs.  Stowe.  London:  Simms 
^  MUntyrc.    1852.     l2mo.  BM.  92496 

Forms  vol.  84  of  the  "Parlour  Library."  Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular" 
for  Oct.  15,  1852,  no.  4084. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  With  introductory  remarks  by  J. 
Sherman.   London:   J.  Snow.    1852.    8vo.  BM.  92497 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  The  Great  American  Novel, 
To  be  completed  in  Six  Weekly  Numbers,  Price  One  Penny  each. 
[Colophon  of  no.  I :]  London:  Vickers,  334,  Strand;  and  all 
Booksellers.  [Colophon  of  no.  6:]  London:  T.  C .  Johns ,  Printer y 
Wine  Office  Court^  Fleet  Street.    [1852.]    4to,  pp.  96. 

NYH. 92498 

Caption  title.    Issued  in  six  numbers  of  16  pages  each,  paged  continuously. 
In  the  colophons  of  nos.  4  and  5,  the  publisher's  address  is  given  as  "28  (£f  29, 
Holywell  Street."    No.  6  has  only  the  printer's   imprint. 

Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  September  1 6,  1852,  no.  3761. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  Second  edititon.  .  .  .  Reprinted 
verbatim  from  the  American  edition.  London:  G.  Vickers. 
[1852.]    4to.  BM.  92499 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  Standard  illustrated  edition. 
London;  Ifswich  [printed  1857].    l2mo.     BM.,  fac.adv.  92500 

Part  of  the  "Run  and  Read  Library." 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  or  Life  among  the  Lowly.  Picture 
of  Slavery  in  the  United  States  of  America.  By  Harriett  Beecher 
Stowe.  y^  Paris,  chez  Baudry,  quai  Malaguais,  3.  Impr.  de  Thu- 
not,  a  Paris.    1853.    i2mo.    Portrait.  92501 

Title  fr<jm  "Ribliographie  de  la  France,"  1853,  no.  763. 

Adaptations,  Dramatizations,  Etc. 

Stowe.  All  about  Little  Eva,  from  "Uncle  Tom's  Cabin." 
London.    1853.    l2mo.  BM.  92502 

Stowe.  All  about  Poor  Little  Topsy;  from  "Uncle  Tom's 
Cabin."    Londoyi.    1853.     i2mo.  BM.,  fac. adv.  92503 

Stowe.  The  Christian  Slave.  A  Drama,  founded  on  a  portion 
of  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  Dramatized  by  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe, 
expressly  for  the  readings  of  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Webb.  Boston:  Phillip, 
Sampson    (^    Company,   No.    13    Winter   Street.     1 855.     [Verso 


STOWE  (h.  b.).  53 

of  title:]    Stereotyfed  by  Hobart  ts?  Robbins,  New  England  Type 
and  Stereotype  Foundry ,  Boston.    l2mo,  pp.  67. 

B.,  C,  H.,  M.,  NYH.,  Y.  925O4 

Mrs.  Stowe  has  not  reserved  her  rights  in  the  dramatization  of  her  novel.  For  the 
most  successful  of  the  plays  by  others,  see  below,  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin  .  .  .  dramatized 
by  George  L.  Aiken. 

Stowe.  The  Juvenile  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  Arranged  for 
Young  Readers.    By  Mrs.  Crowe.   London.    1853.    i6mo. 

BM.  92505 

[Stowe.]    A  Peep  into  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.    See  no.  59532, 

vol.  14.  BM.,  FAC.ADV.  92506 

An  adaptation  for  children,  written  by  Mrs.  Stowe.  For  Dutch  and  French  trans- 
lations, see  Kijkje,  and  Coup-d'oeil,  entered  with  the  translations  of  the  complete 
work  in  those  languages. 

[Stowe.]  Pictures  and  Stories  [for  children]  from  Uncle 
Tom's  Cabin.  Boston:  Published  by  John  P.  Jezvett.  1853.  4^°' 
pp.  32.  92507 

Title  from  the  catalogue  of  the  Bieber  sale  at  the  American  Art  Association,  No- 
vember 13,  1923,  no.  648. 

Stowe.  Pictures  and  Stories  from  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  (De- 
signed to  adapt  Mrs.  Stowe's  narrative  to  the  understandings  of  the 
youngest  readers).    Edinburgh.    1853.    4^°*  ^^'  92508 

Stowe.  True  Stories  from  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  by  Mrs. 
Beecher  Stowe.    London:    Darton  and  Co.    1853.  9^509 

Title  from  an  advertisement  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  January  17,  1853, 
p.  29. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  Adapted  for  Young  Persons  by 
Mrs.  Crowe.  London.  Routledge  £2?  Co.  1 853.  8vo,  pp.  404. 
BM.    +  [Same  imprint.]     1854.    i8mo,  pp.  214.  925  lO 

The  first  edition  was  announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  March  I,  1853, 
no.  1177,  and  the  second  in  the  issue  for  Jan.   i6,  1854,  no.  548. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  Adapted  for  young  persons  by 
Mrs.  Crowe.  With  a  preface  by  Mrs.  Stowe.  London:  Sampson 
Low,  Son  ^  Co.    1853.    i2mo.  925  n 

Listed  in  "Sampson  Low's  Catalogue  of  Books  published  ...  during  ...  1853," 
p.  56.  This  may  be  the  same  as  the  "Juvenile  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin"  at  em.,  listed 
above. 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  a  Sheet  of  Twenty-two  coloured 
Illustrations,  dissected  as  a  Puzzle,  and  accompanied  by  a  Book 
of  Extracts  from  the  Original  Work,  adapted  to  the  use  of  Chil- 
dren.   London:   John  Betts.    185-?  92512 

VOL.  XXIV.  4 


54  STOWE  (h.  b.). 

Advertised  on  p.  [3]  of  a  catalogue  of  publications  of  John  Belts,  issued  at  the 
end  of  "A  Tour  through  the  British  Colonies,"  published  probably  in  the  fifties,  as 
the  date,  Feb.  1852,  appears  in  the  advertisements. 

[Stowe.]  .  .  .  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  or,  Life  among  the  Lowly. 
A  Domestic  Drama,  in  Six  Acts.  Dramatized  by  George  L. 
Aiken.  To  which  are  added  a  description  of  the  costume — cast  of 
the  characters — entrances  and  exits — relative  positions  of  the  per- 
formers on  the  stage,  and  the  whole  of  the  stage  business.  As  per- 
formed at  the  principal  English  and  American  theaters.  New 
York:  Samuel  French,  122  Nassau  Street ,  {Up  Stairs.)  [On 
cover:]    French  &'  Wheat,  Printers,  18  Ann  Street,  Neiv  York. 

[i860?]      I2mo,  pp.  60.  BM.,  NYP.,  P.,  Y.  92513 

With  heading:    French's  Standard  Drama.  The  Acting  Edition.    No.  ccxvii. 

In  the  New  York  City  directories,  French  and  Wheat  are  located  at  18  Ann  St. 
from  1858/9  to  1865/6. 

Another  undated  issue,  with  the  same  collation,  has  a  similar  publishers'  imprint 
on  the  title,  and  on  the  cover:  New  York:  Samuel  French-  &'  Son,  Publishers,  No. 
122  Nassau  Street.  London:  Samuel  French,  Publisher,  89  Strand,  nyp.  It  is  pos- 
sible that  some  of  the  copies  located  are  of  this  issue. 

As  Mrs.  Stowe  had  not  reserved  her  dramatic  rights,  there  were  a  number  of  ver- 
sions brought  out  on  the  American,  British,  and  French  stage.  As  early  as  August, 
1852,  an  unsuccessful  play  by  C.  W.  Taylor  was  given  at  Purdy's  National  Theatre 
in  New  York.  Aiken's  play  was  first  put  on  at  the  Museum  in  Troy,  N.  Y.,  in  Sep- 
tember of  that  year,  and  had  a  run  of  too  nights.  During  the  following  year  it  had 
a  great  success  at  Purdy's  National  Theatre.  See  Quinn's  "History  of  the  American 
Drama,"  1923,  pp.  288-289. 

The  version  was  reprinted  in  M.  J.  Moses'  "Representative  Plays  by  American 
Dramatists,"  vol.  2,  1925. 

.\  dramatization  was  also  published  In  London,  with  a  separate  undated  title  page, 
in  "Lacy's  Acting  Edition  of  Plays,"  vol.  12.    bm.,  nyp.,  y. 

Translations. 

In  preparing  the  list  of  translations  of  "Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,"  we  have  found 
helpful  the  bibliography  compiled  by  George  Bullen,  keeper  of  the  printed  books  In 
the  British  Museum,  first  published  in  1878  with  Houghton,  Mifflin  and  Company's 
edition  of  the  work.  It  was  later  revised  for  inclusion  in  Kate  B.  Knight's  "History 
of  the  Work  of  Connecticut  Women  at  the  World's  Columbian  Exposition,"  1898, 
pp.  104-123. 

.•\cknowlcdgment  should  also  be  made  of  the  assistance  received  from  Grace  Edith 
MacLcaii's  "'Uncle  Tom's  Cabin'  In  Germany,"  1910,  published  by  the  University 
of  I'ennsylvania  as  no.  10  of  the  new  series  of  "Americana  Germanlca."  The  work 
includes  information  as  to  the  literature  relating  to  the  novel  published  In  that 
century. 

The  translations  arc  arranged  in  the  following  order:  .Armenian,  Bohemian, 
Danish,  Dutch  and  Flemish,  Finnish,  French,  German,  Greek,  Hungarian,  Italian, 
Norwegian,  Polish,  Portuguese,  Roumanian,  Russian,  Serbian,  Slovenian,  Spanish, 
Sv.rdish,  and  Welsh. 

The  arrangcnu-nt  within  each  group  is  the  same  as  that  of  the  English  editions, 
with  the  exception  of  the  French  titles,  which  are  entered  alphabetically  by  the  name 
of  the  translator. 


STOWE  (h.  b.).  55 

ARMENIAN. 

Stowe.  [Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  in  Armenian.  Venice.]  1854. 
2  vols.,  i2mo,  pp.  (19),  368,  2  plates;  495,  2  plates. 

BA,  BM.,  H.  92514 

A  letter  from  Rev.  Mr.  Dvvight  to  Professor  Stowe  from  Constantinople,  dated 
Sept.  8,  1855,  states  that  the  "translation  has  been  made  and  book  printed  at  Venice 
by  a  fraternity  of  Catholic  Armenian  monks  perched  there  on  the  Island  of  St. 
Lazarus."  See  the  introduction  to  the  Riverside  edition  of  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  1892, 
vol.  I,  p.  lii. 

BOHEMIAN. 

Stowe.  Strejcek  Tom,  cili:  Otroctvi  ve  svobodne  Americe. 
Povidka  pro  mlady  a  dospely  vek,  vzdelana  die  anglickeho  romance 
od  pani  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.    V  Pra'ze.    1853.    i2mo.        92515 

Title  from  BuUen's  revised  bibliography,  1898,  p.  113. 

Stowe.  Stryc  Tomas,  aneb  Obrazy  ze  zivota  cernych  otroku  v 
Americe,  z  anglickeho  pani  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  V  Brne:  Win- 
tker.   1854.   8vo,pp.  181.  BM.  92516 

Much  abridged.    Name  of  publisher  and  collation  from  Kayser. 

DANISH. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Thomas,  eller  Negerlivet  i  Amerikas  Slavestater. 
Af  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  Oversat  fra  den  nordamerikanske  Orig- 
inal af  Capt.  Schadtler.  Kjobenhavn.  Forlagt  a]  Univer site ts bog- 
handler  Andr.  Fred.  Host.  Trust  hos  S.  Trier.  1 853.  l6mo,  pp. 
xiii,  616.  B.,  BM.92517 

Stowe.  Onkel  Toms  Hytte,  eller  Negerliv  i  de  amerikanske 
Slavestater  .  .  .  Oversat  af  P.  V.  Grove.   Kjobenhavn.    1856.    8vo. 

BM.  92518 

DUTCH  AND  FLEMISH. 

Stowe.  De  Hut  van  Oom  Tom,  of  het  Leven  der  Negerslaven 
in  Noord-Amerika.  Naar  het  Fransch  van  de  La  Bedolliere,  door 
W.  L.  Ritter.  Batavia.   1853.  8vo.  92519 

Title  from  BuUen's  revised  bibliography,  1898,  p.  113. 

Stowe.  De  Hut  von  Onkel  Tom,  eene  Slaven-Geschiedenis. 
Door  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  Naer  het  Engelsch.  .  .  .  Genty  By 
Hostey  Boekhandelaer  in  de  V eldstraety  45 .  [  Verso  of  title :]  Druk- 
kery  van  J.  M.  Bauzvens,  Korianderstraet,  25.  [1852.]  3  vols., 
l2mo,  pp.  (4),  ii,  7-168;  180;  174,(2).  BM.,H.  92520 

Covers  all  volumes  dated  1852. 


56  STOWE   (h.  B.). 

Stowe.  De  Negerhut.  (Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.)  Een  Verhael  uit 
het  Slavenleven  in  Noord-Amerika.  Door  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe. 
Naar  den  20^^^"  Amerikaanschen  Druk  uit  het  Engelsch  vertaald 
door  C.  M.  Mensing.  .  .  .  Derde  Druk.  Haarlem^  A.  C.  Krusemayi. 

1853.  2  vols.,  1 2 mo,  half  title,  engraved  title,  pp.  iii-vi,  7-312; 
156,187-198,169-336.  BM.,H.  92521 

Title  from  vol.  2.  The  h.  copy  of  vol.  i  has  only  engraved  title:  De  Negerhut 
(Uncle  Tom's  Cabin)  Een  verhaal  uit  het  slavenleven  in  Noord-Amerika.  Door 
Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.    Derde  Druk.  ...  Haarlem.    A.  C.  Kruseman.    1853. 

Brinkman  lists  five  editions  with  the  same  title  and  imprint  as  above,  all  dated 

1854,  the  first  in  two  volumes,  8vo ;   the  second  and  third  in  two  volumes,  izmo; 
and  the  fourth  and  fifth,  both  called  "Volksuitgave,"  in  one  volume,  i2mo. 

Stowe.  De  Neger  hut,  of  het  Leven  der  Negerslaven  in  Amer- 
ika.  Uit  Engelsch  vertaald  door  P.  Munnich.  .  .  .  ^ocrabaya:  E. 
Fiihri.    1853.    2vols.,  l2mo.  92522 

Title  from  Bullen's  revised  bibliography,  1898,  p.  114.  Imprint  and  collation 
from  Bartlett,  no.  47S4. 

Also:  Een  kijkje  in  de  hut  van  oom  Tom,  door  tante  Marie,  voor  hare  neefjes  en 
nichtjes.  Met  eene  toespraak  van  de  schrijfstcr  aan  de  jeugd.  Uit  het  Eng.  door 
A.  G.  Bruinses.  Sneek:  Van  Druten  &  Blecker.  {J.  F.  v.  Druten.)  1853.  8vo. 
6  plates.  A  Dutch  translation  of  a  Peep  into  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  no.  59532,  vol.  14, 
which  is  an  adaptation  for  children  written  by  Mrs.  Stowe.  Title  from  Bnnknian. 

FINNISH. 

Stowe.  Seta  Tuomon  Tupa,  lyhykaisesti  kerrottu  ja  kauniilla 
kuvauksilla  valaistu.  Turussa:  J.  W.  Lillja  ja  Kumff.  1 856. 
Obl.4to,  pp.  23.  8  plates.  BM.  +  [Same  imprint  and  date.]  i6mo, 
pp.30.  92523 

An  abridged  translation. 

Information  from  "Suomalainen  kirjallisuus  ...  La  litterature  finnoise  I544~ 
1877,"  p.  16. 

FRENCH. 

Following  the  Brussels  edition,  in  which  the  name  of  the  translator  is  not  given, 
the  French  editions  are  arranged  alphabetically  by  the  name  of  the  translator.  The 
adaptations  follow  the  complete  editions. 

Stowe.  La  case  de  I'oncle  Tom.  Bruxclles:  A.heheguc.  1852. 
3  vols.,  l8mo,  pp.  156;  160;  192.  92524 

Title  from  the  "Bibliographic  de  la  Bclgique,"  1852,  no.  1055. 

Stowe.  Almanach  pour  1854.  La  Case  de  I'oncle  Tom,  par 
Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  Traduction  de  Louis  Barre,  illustree  de  25 
gravurcs  par  Bocourt.  A  Paris,  chrz  Bry  aincy  rue  Guenr gaudy  27. 
— Imprim.  f/r  ]VaUrr,a  Paris.    [1853.]    l6mo.      BIB. NAT.  92525 

Title  from  "Bibliographic  de  la  France,"  1853,  no.  6284. 


STOWE  (h.  b.).  57 

Stowe.  La  Case  de  I'Oncle  Tom,  par  Madame  H.  Beecher 
Stowe,  traduction  faite  a  la  demande  de  I'auteur,  par  Madame  L. 
Sw.  Belloc,  avec  une  preface  de  Madame  Beecher  Stowe,  ecrite  par 
elle  pour  cette  traduction,  precedee  d'une  notice  sur  sa  vie  par  Mme. 
L.  Sw,  Belloc  et  ornee  de  son  portrait  grave  par  M.  Fr.  Girard. 
Paris:  G.  Cha?- fender.  Imfrim.  de  Gratiot^  a  Paris.  1853.  l2mo, 
BIB. NAT.,  BM.  +  Nouv.  ed,  [Same  imprint.]  [185-?]  i2mo, 
pp.  (4),  xix,  596.  Frontispiece  portrait.  c.  92526 

The  authorised  French  edition. 

According  to  "Bibliographic  de  la  France,"  1853,  no.  1880,  Mile.  Adelaide  de 
Montgolfier  was  a  co-translator. 

Stowe.  La  Case  de  I'Oncle  Tom,  ou  Sort  des  Negres  Esclaves. 
.  .  .  Traduction  novelle  par  M.  L.  Carion,  precedee  d'une  etude  sur 
I'ouvrage  [by  H.  Carion]  .  A  Cambraiy  che-z  Pauteur ;  a  Paris,  che-z 
DentUj  Palais-Royal. — Imf.  de  Carion,  Cambrai.    1 853.    2  vols., 

I2mo.  BIB. NAT. ,  BM.  92527 

Imprint  from  "Bibliographie  de  la  France,"  1853,  no.  6603. 

Stowe.  Les  Mysteres  de  I'Esclavage  aux  Etats-Unis.  Traduction 
par  J.  M.  Cayla.  Pflm:  Administration  de  librairie.    1 853.    2  vols., 

8vo.  BIB. NAT.  92528 

A  translation  of  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  and  Hildreth's  "White  Slave."  Imprint  from 
Lucas,  p.  247. 

Stowe.  La  Case  de  I'oncle  Tom.  Traduit  de  I'anglais  de  M"-*-" 
Harriet  Beecher  Stowe,  par  M.  Louis  Enault.  A  Paris,  Imprim.  de 
Schiller  aine.  1853.  Folio.  -{- A  Paris,  chez  Hachette. — Imf.de 
Lahure,a  Paris.  1853.  l6mo.  -{-Paris.  1853.  l2mo.  +  [Same 
imprint  as  second  edition  listed.]  1855.  i6mo.  BM.  +  [Same  im- 
print.]   1859.    i8mo,  pp.  viii,  440.  bib. nat.  92529 

The  first  of  these  issues  appeared  in  the  "Publications  litteraires  du  Pays,  journal 
de  I'empire."  .  . 

The  1853  edition  in  i6mo,  and  that  of  1855,  were  issued  in  the  "Bibliotheque  des 
chemins  de  fer;"  the  1853  edition  in  i2mo,  and  that  of  1859,  in  the  "Bibliotheque 
des  meilleurs  romans  ctrangers." 

Information  from  "Bibliographie  de  la  France,"  1853,  nos.  816  and  4378;  1855, 
no.  2175;  and  1859,  no.  6507.  Information  concerning  the  1853  edition  in  i2mo 
from  Bullen's  revised  bibliography,  1898,  p.  114. 

Stowe.  Le  Pere  Tom,  ou  Vie  des  negres  en  Amerique;  par 
Henriette  Beecher  Stowe.  Traduction  de  La  Bedolliere.  A  Paris, 
chezGustave Barba. — Imf.dePlon,aParis.    1852.    l8mo.   93530 

On  cover:  "Uncle  Tom's  Cabin."  Information  from  the  'Bibliographie  de  la 
France,"  1852,  no.  6745. 


c8  STOWE  (h.  B.). 

Stowe.  La  Case  de  I'oncle  Tom,  ou  Vie  des  negres  en  Amer- 
ique;  par  Henriette  Beecher  Stowe.  Traduction  de  La  Bedolliere. 
Illustrations  anglaises.  A  Paris,  che-z.  G.  Barba,  rue  de  Seine,  31. — 
Imp.  de  Plon,  a  Paris.  1852.  4to.  +  [Same  imprint  and  date.] 
Small  8vo.  -j-  [Same  imprint.]  1853.  Large  8vo  with  48  vig- 
nettes. +  Nouvelle  edition,  augmentee  d'une  notice  de  George 
Sand.  [Same  imprint  and  date.]  i2mo,  pp.  (4),  viii,  324.  BM.,  c. 
+  [Same  imprint.]  1854.  4to.  +  [Same  imprint.]  1859.  4to, 
pp.  1 12.  +  Paris,  Publie  far  Gustave  Barba,  libraire-editeur.  Rue 
de  Seine,  31.  20.  [Colophon:]  Paris — Imfr.  Lacour  et  C'^,  rue 
Soufflot,  16.  [185-?]  4to,  pp.  (2),  112  including  illustrations  in 
the  text.  AAs.,  bib.nat.,  bm.  92531 

Titles,  of  all  except  the  last  edition  listed,  from  "Bibliographic  de  la  France," 
1852,  nos.  6969,  6970  and  7188;  1853,  no.  501;  1854,  no.  4212;  and  1859,  no. 
6090.    In  each  case  Plon  is  given  as  the  printer. 

All  of  the  issues  except  the  first  of  those  listed  have  the  title  changed  to  read,  "La 
Case  du  pere  Tom." 

The  1852  edition  in  4to,  and  that  of  1854,  were  issued  in  the  tenth  series  of  the 
"Pantheon  populaire."  bib.nat.  has  another  undated  edition  in  4to,  which  was 
issued  in  this  series.  The  1859  edition  listed  in  "Bibliographic  de  la  France"  was 
issued  in  the  scries,  "Romans  populaires  illustres." 

In  addition  to  the  above  editions  published  in  1852,  Lucas  lists  an  edition  in  large 
8vo  without  vignettes.  He  also  gives  the  date  of  publication  of  the  8vo  edition  with 
48  vignettes  as  1852,  but  that  is  probably  an  error  as  the  announcement  of  the  work 
in  the  "Bibliographic  de  la  France"  for  Dec.  4,  1852,  no.  6970,  states  that  It  is  to  be 
published  in  1853.  See  Lucas'  bibliography  of  Mrs.  Stowe  included  in  his  "La  lit- 
terature  anti-esclavagiste,"  1930. 

At  the  foot  of  the  title  page  of  the  a.^s.  copy  undated  issue  is  stamped  the  follow- 
ing:  New  York,  Roe  Lockcvood  &'  Son. 

Stowe.  La  Cabane  de  I'oncle  Tom,  ou  la  Vie  des  negres  en 
Amerique.  Par  M^e  Henriette  Stowe.  Traduction  complete  par 
Alfred  Michicls.  Paris:  Gamier  jreres.  1 85 2.  l8mo.  bib.nat. 
+  Deuxieme  edition.  Paris,  Gamier  Freres,  Libraires,  lO,  rue 
Richelieu,  et  Palais-Royal^  215.  1853.  [  Verso  of  half  title :]  Paris. 
— Imf.  de  M'"^  V^  Dondey-  Dufre,  rue  Saint-Louis,  46,  au  Marais. 
i6mo,  pp.  xii,  503.  b.  -\-  Troisieme  edition.  [Same  imprint  and 
date.]  i8mo.  -(- Avec  une  biographic  de  I'auteur.  Quatrieme  edi- 
tion, revue  ct  corrigee.    [Same  imprint  and  date.]    l2mo. 

BM.  92532 

Titles  of  the  first,  third  and  fourth  editions  from  "Bibliographic  de  la  France," 
1852,  no.  7186;  and  1853,  nos.  19  and  2028. 

SrcnvE.  La  Case  dc  I'Oncle  Tom  ou  Tableaux  de  I'esclavage 
dans  Ics  £tats-Unis  d'Amerique;  par  Mistress  Harriet  Beecher 
Stowe.  Traduction  nouvelle  par  Old  Nick  [i.  e.  P.  E.  Daurand 
Forgucs]   &  Adolphc   Joanne,  collaborateurs  de  la  Revue  britan- 


STOWE  (h.  b.).  59 

nique.  Precedee  d'un  portrait  et  de  la  biographie  de  I'auteur;  ornee 
d'un  grand  nombre  de  gravures  d'apres  les  dessins  de  George  Cruik- 
shank;  suivie  de  poesies  composees  par  des  negres  et  d'une  notice 
la  colonic  de  Liberia.  Paris.  Anx  Bureaux  du  Magasin  f'lttorcsquCy 
rue  Jacob,  30.  I  853.  [Verso  of  half  title:]  Tyfographie  dc  J, 
Best,  rue  Poupee,  7,  a  Paris.  8vo,  pp.  xij,  563,  including  portrait. 
B.,  BIB.NAT.,  BM.   -^  Paris:  Dclahays.    1857.   8^<3-  92533 

A  French  edition  with  illustrations  by  Cruikshank,  probably  the  same  as  the  above, 
was  advertised  by  John  Cassell  of  London  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  July  16, 
1853,  p.  285. 

Information  as  to  the  1857  edition  from  "Les  livres  de  I'enfance  du  "SN^  au  XIX^ 
Siecle,"  published  by  Gumuchian  &  Cie.,  [1930],  vol.  i,  p.  393. 

Stowe.  La  Case  de  I'oncle  Tom;  par  Mi^e  H.  Beecher  Stowe. 
Traduite  et  accompagnee  de  notes,  par  M.  Leon  Pilatte,  avec  une 
preface  de  I'auteur.  A  Paris,  boulevard  des  Italiens,  1 5  ;  chez  Victor 
Lecou. — Imf.  de  Kaqon,  a  Paris.  1 852.  2  vols.,  l8mo.  -\-  Publi- 
cation de  la  Prcsse.  1853.  Folio.  +  Nouvelle  edition,  revue  et 
corigee,  augmentee  d'une  preface  de  I'auteur,  ecrite  specialement 
pour  cette  edition,  et  d'une  introduction  par  George  Sand.  Traduc- 
tion autorisee  et  approuvee  par  Mn^^  B.  Stowe.  [Same  imprint  as  the 
first  edition.]    1853.    i2mo.  bm.  92534 

Title  of  the  first  edition  from  "Bibliographie  de  la  France,"  1852,  no.  7622. 
Information  as  to  the  second  edition  listed,  from  Lucas,  "La  littcrature  anti-escla- 
vagiste,"  1930,  p.  249. 

Stowe.  La  Case  de  I'Oncle  Tom  ou  Vie  des  negres  dans  les  etats 
a  esclaves  d'Amerique,  par  Mistress  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  Tra- 
duction complete,  par  M.  Ch.  Romey  et  A.  Rolet.  Paris,  Borrani  et 
Dro-z,  libraires-editcurs,  rue  des  Saints-Peres,  n°  9,  et  au  Bureau  de 
la  Presse  Littcraire,  Saint-Anne,  <^^.  1853.  i8mo,  pp.  (2),  456, 
(2).  H.  -|-  [Same  imprint  and  date.]    8vo.  92535 

Information  as  to  the  octavo  edition  from  Lorenz. 

Stowe.  La  Cabane  de  I'oncle  Tom,  ou  les  Noirs  en  Amerique; 
par  Henrietta  Beecher  Stowe.  Traduction  revue,  corrigee  et  accom- 
pagnee de  notes,  par  Leon  de  Wailly  et  Edmond  Texier.  Ornee  de 
4  gravures  sur  acier,  d'apres  Andrieux.  A  Paris,  che-z  Perrotin. — 
Imfr.  de  Claye,  a  Paris.  1 85 2.  8vo.  +  [Same  imprint.]  1853. 
l2mo,  pp.  456.  +  Troisieme  edition.  Paris.  [1853?]  ^^'*^*  ^^' 
+  Imf  rim.  de  Grimaux,  a  Paris. — A  Paris,  rue  du  Croissant,  16. 
1853.  4^0.  -\-  [Another  edition  with  fewer  pages.]  [Same  imprint 
and  date.]  4to.  +  Quatrieme  edition.  Ornee  de  six  gravures  sur 
acier,  d'apres  Gavarni,  Andrieux  et  d'Aubigny.  A  Paris,  che%  Dela- 
hays,  rue  Voltaire,  4  et  6.    Imfr.  de  Racon,  a  Paris.    1856.    8vo. 


60  STOWE  (h.  B.). 

+  Quatrieme  edition.  Paris.  Adolphe  DelahaySy  Libra'ire-Editeur y 
4-6,  rue  Voltaire,  4—6.  [Colophon :]  Imfrimerie  de  J.  Claye  et  C^, 
rueSaint-BenoU.  [1856?]  8  vo,  added  engraved  title,  and  pp.  (4), 
456.  4  plates.  H.  92536 

The  first  edition  was  published  in  fourteen  parts. 

Information  concerning  the  first,  fourth,  fifth  and  sixth  editions  listed,  supplied 
from  "Ijiblographie  de  la  France,"  1852,  no.  7187;  1853,  nos.  20  and  2478;  and 
1856,  no.   10265,  and  concerning  the  second  from  Bartlett,  no.  4764. 

A  "deuxieme  edition"  in  8vo  is  listed  in  the  ''Bibliographic,"  1853,  no.  195,  and 
is  probably  the  edition  described  by  Bartlett. 

The  "Bibliographie"  says  of  the  first  edition  published  by  Grimaux,  "Publication 
du  journal  Le  Siecle,"  and  of  the  second  Grimaux  edition,  "Partie  de  la  15^  serie 
du  Musee  litteraire  du  Siecle." 

ADAPTATIONS  IN  FRENCH. 

Stowe.  Abrege  de  I'histoire  de  I'Oncle  Tom,  a  I'usage  de  la 
jeunesse.  Leipzig:  Baumgartner.    1857.    i6mo,  pp.  2  12.      92537 

Forms  vol.  24  of  the  "Petite  bibliotheque  frangaise."  Information  from  Kayser, 
and  Bullen's  revised  bibliography,  1898,  p.  115. 

Stowe.  La  Case  de  I'Oncle  Tom.  Chanson  nouvelle,  d'apres 
le  drame  de  ce  nom.  Paris.   1853.  4^°*  92538 

By  "L.  C."    Information  from  Bullen's  revised  bibliography,  1898,  p.  115. 

[Stowe.]  La  Case  de  I'Oncle  Tom.  Drame  en  huit  actes  par 
Mm.  [Philippe-Frangois  Pinel,  called]  Dumanoir  et  [Adolphe 
Philippe,  called]  D'Ennery.  Decors  de  Mm.  Philastre,  Daran  et 
Duflocq,  Musique  de  M.  Artus,  represente  pour  la  premiere  fois,  a 
Paris,  sure  le  theatre  de  I'Ambigu-Comique,  le  18  Janvier  1853. 
Paris:  Michel  Levy  Freres,  Libraires-Editeurs  rue  Vivienne,  2  bis. 
^853.  [Colophon:]  Paris. — Typ.  de  AI'""  V'^  Dondey-Dypre,  r. 
St-Louisj  46,  au  Marais.    l2mo,  pp.  108.  nyp.,  y.  92539 

Forms  vol.  69  of  the  "Bibliotheque  dramatique."  Reprinted  in  "Le  theatre  con- 
tcmporain  illustre,"  ser.  80,  1859.    bm.,  nyp. 

Stowe.  La  Case  de  I'oncle  Tom.  Traduit  de  I'anglais  par  M. 
Victor  Ratier.  Edition  revue  et  annotee  par  M.  I'abbe  Paul  Jou- 
hanneaud.  A  Limoges  et  a  Paris,  chez  Ardant. — Imp.  d* Ardent. 
1853.    8vo.    +  [Same  imprint.]     1857.    i2mo,  pp.  192.    Plate. 

92540 

Adapted  fdr  children.  Information  from  "Bibliographie  de  la  France,"  1853,  no. 
7885  i  and  1857,  no.  3886. 

SrowE.  La  Case  de  I'oncle  Tom,  de  Mn^^^  Stowe,  racontee  aux 
cnfants  par  M"i<-'  Arabella  Palmer.  Traduit  de  I'anglais  par  M. 
Alphonse  Violet.  A  Paris,  chez  Bedelet,  rue  des  Grands-Augustins, 
20. — Imp.  de  Ra^on,aParis.    1853.    8vo.    8  lithographs.       92541 


STOWE  (h.  B.).  6 1 

Title  from  "Bibliographic  de  la  France,"  1853,  no.  3784.  An  undated  edition  is 
given  in  "Les  livres  de  I'enfance  du  XV^  au  XIX^  siecle,"  published  by  Gumuchian 
&  Cie,  vol.  I,  [1930],  p.  393,  the  date  of  publication  suggested  as  about  1855.  This 
may  be  the  same  as  the  preceding,  as  the  entry  in  the  "Bibliographie"  would  not 
indicate  whether  or  not  the  date  of  publication  would  appear  on  the  title. 

Stowe.  La  Case  de  I'oncle  Tom,  ou  les  Malheurs  d'une  famille 
esclave.  Romance  tiree  du  roman  et  de  la  piece  de  ce  nom,  jouee  a 
I'Ambigu,  paroles  de  Eugene  Lecart.  A  Parisy  chez  Aubert,  rue  du 
Platre-Saint-Jacquesy  19. — Impr.  de  ChnstopheyU  Paris.  1853.  4'^*^* 

Title  from  "Bibliographie  de  la  France,"  1853,  no.  815.  92542 

Stowe.  Un  Coup-d'ocil  dans  la  Case  de  I'Oncle  Tom,  extrait 
de  I'ouvrage  de  WL'^^  Henriette  Beecher  Stowe  et  destine  a  la  jeu- 
nesse,  Avec  une  Lettre  de  M"i^  Beecher  Stowe  adressee  aux  enfants. 
ToulousCy  Societe  des  Livres  Rellgicux.  Defot:  rue  du  Lucee,  14. 
1853.  [Verso  of  half-title:]  Toulouse,  Imp.  de  Chauvin  et Feilles, 
rue  Mirepoixy  3.    l2mo,  pp.  322.   6  plates.  nyp.  92543 

A  translation  of  a  "Peep  into  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,"  no.  59532,  vol.  14,  which  is 
an  adaptation  prepared  by  Mrs.  Stowe. 

[Stowe].  Elisa  ou  un  chapitre  de  I'Oncle  Tom.  Comedie  en 
deux  actes,  par  M.  Arthur  de  Beauplan.  Representee  pour  la  pre- 
miere fois,  a  Paris,  sur  le  Theatre  du  Gymnase  le  21  fevrier  1853. 
[Colophon:]  Poissy. — Typographie  Arbieu.  \^Paris.  1 853?]  l2mo, 
pp.48.  NYP.,  Y.  92544 

Caption  title.  Forms  vol.  70  of  the  "Bibliotheque  Dramatique,"  which  was  pub- 
lished by  Michel  Levy,  freres. 

Stowe.  Noirs  et  blancs.  Scenes  d'Esclavage  d'apres  Mme.  H. 
Beecher  Stowe.  Paris:  LebrunetCi^.  1856.  l8mo.  24  engrav- 
ings. 92545 

Title  from  Lucas,  "La  littcrature  anti-esdavagiste,"  1930,  p.  246. 

[Stowe.]  L'OncleTom.  Drame  en  cinq  actes  et  neuf  tableaux, 
par  Mm.  Edmond  Texier  et  L.  de  Wailly.  Represente  pour  la 
premiere  fois,  a  Paris,  sur  le  Theatre  de  la  Gaite  le  23  Janvier  1853. 
Paris:  Michel  Levy,  Freres y  Libraires  EditeurSy  rue  Vivienriy  2  bis. 
1853.  [Colophon:]  Poissy. — Typographie  Arbieu.  i2mo,  pp.  80. 
r  ,      ,,,.,,.    ,,        ,         .  BM.,  NYP.,  Y.  92546 

forms  vol.  49  of  the  "Bibliotheque  dramatique." 

Reprinted  in  folio   in   1854  in  the  eleventh  series  of  "Le  Theatre  contemporain 

illustre."     BM.,  H.,  NYP. 

Stowe.  L'Oncle  Tom  raconte  aux  enfans  par  Mile,  de  Con- 
stant. Paris:  Borrani  et  Dro-z.    [185-.?]    l2mo,  pp.  420.      92547 

Title  from  Bartlett,  no.  4765.  Probably  published  after  I  860,  as  it  is  not  listed  in 
the  "Bibliographie  de  la  France,"  from  1852  to  1861. 


62  STOWE  (h.  B.). 

See  also:  Jules  Rostaing's  "Voyage  dans  les  deux  Ameriques  ou  Les  neveux  de 
rOncle  Tom,"  Paris,  1854.  8vo.  Title  from  Lucas,  "La  litterature  anti-esclavagiste," 
1930,  p.  267. 

GERMAN. 

Arranged  alphabetically  by  place  of  publication,  and  secondarily  by  publishers. 
This  arrangement  is  to  facilitate  the  briefer  entry  of  similar  issues.  The  first  German 
editions  were  published  in  1852. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  oder  Negerleben  in  den  Sklaven- 
staaten  Amerikas.  Aus  des  Englischen.  Mit  6  Holzschnitten.  Ber- 
lin: Brandts  \_Falckcnbcrg  u.  Co.]  1853.  3  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  210; 
189;  160.  BM.  92548 

Imprint  and  collation  from  Kayser. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  oder  Negerleben  in  den  Sklaven- 
staaten  Amerikas,  aus  dem  Engl.  Berlin:  [Davids  Buchh.  Wessel- 
mann  ^  Co.]    1853.   3  vols.,  8 vo,  pp.  210;  189;  160.   4  plates. 

92549 

Title  from  MacLean,  "  'Uncle  Tom's  Cabin'  in  Germany,"  1910,  no.  i8. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom,  oder  Sklavenleben  in  der  Republik  Amer- 
ika.  Berlin:  Janke.    1852.   8vo,  pp.  357.  92550 

Title  from  Kayser.  MacLean,  "'Uncle  Tom's  Cabin'  in  Germany,"  1910,  no.  6, 
gives  the  title  as  "Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  oder  .  .  ." 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  oder  Negerleben  in  den  Sklaven- 
staaten  Amerikas,  aus  dem  Engl.  Berlin:  Albert  ^acco.  1852.  2 
vols.,  8vo,  pp.  524.   6  plates.  92551 

Title  from  MacLean,  no.  6. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte.  Ein  Roman  aus  dem  Leben  der 
Sklaven  in  Amerika.  (Mit  sechs  sauberen  Holzschnitten  geziert.) 
2.  Aufl.  Berlin:  Albert  ^acco.  [1853.]  2  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  278; 
246.   6  plates.   +  3.  Aufl.    [Same  imprint,  date,  and  collation.] 

92552 

Titles  from  Kayser.    bm.  has  a  copy  of  either  the  second  or  third  edition. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  oder  Sklavenleben  in  den  Frei- 
Staaten  Amerikas,  aus  dem  Engl.  Berlin:  Schnit'z.er.  1 853.  3  vols., 
Svo,  pp.  (4),  643.  +  2.  Aufl.    [Same  imprint,  date,  and  collation.] 

Information  from  Kayser.  92553 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte.  Einc  Negergeschichtc  von  H.  B. 
Stowe.  .  .  .  Berlin^  1852.  Verlagshandlttng  des  allgemeinrn  deut- 
schcnVolkschrijten-Vereins.  (Jul.  Springer.)  [Colophon:]  Drtick 
von  Morit-z  Kat-z  {Gebriider  Kafz)  ifi  Dessau.  3  vols.,  8vo,  pp. 
(4),  219,  (1);  (4),  228;  (4),  203,  (l).  RM.,  H.,  Y.  92554 

Hdch.  4-6,  Jahrg.  5  of  "Allgemeine  deutsche  Volks-Bibliothek." — bm. 


STOWE  (h.  B.).  63 

Stowe.  Oheim  Tom's  Hiitte;  oder,  das  Leben  bei  den  Niedri- 
gen,  von  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  Uebersetzt  von  Hugo  Rudolph 
Hutten.  Boston:  J.  P.  J cwctt  und  Conipagtiie ;  Cleveland,  O.: 
J  ewetty  Proctor  yUndWorthington.  1 853.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cam- 
bridge,  Sterreotyfirt  von  Me  teal f  und  Comfagnie,  Universitaets- 
buchdrucker.   8vo,  pp.  vi,  176.  Frontispiece.  bm.,  c.  92555 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom  oder  Schilderungen  aus  dem  Leben  in  den 
Sklavenstaaten  Nordamerika's.  Von  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  Nach 
der  35sten  englischen  Auflage  von  J.  S.  Lowe.  .  .  .  Hamburg.  Ver- 
lag  von  Robert  Kittler.  1853.  [Colophon:]  Druekt  der  Teub- 
ner^schen  Oficin  in  Leipzig.  2  vols.,  i2mo,  pp.  (2),  v— ix,  (i), 
264;  (4),  224.  B.,BM.  92556 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  oder  Negerleben  in  den  Sklaven- 
staaten von  Nordam.  mit  40  Illus.  Karlsruhe:  Herder^sch.  Buchh. 

1852.  92557 

Title  from  MacLean,  no.  9. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  oder  Negerleben  in  den  Sklaven- 
staaten von  Amerika  mit  der  Biogr.  der  Verfasserin  und  einer  Vor- 
rede  v.  E.  Burritt.  Vollstandige  u.  wohlfeilste  Steriotypausg.  nebst 
Portrait.  Leipzig:  Friedlein.  1 853.  2  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  xvi,  448. 
Portrait.  92558 

Title  from  MacLean,  no.  21. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  oder  Negerleben  in  den  Sklaven- 
staaten von  Amerika.  Von  Harriet  Stowe,  geb.  Beecher.  Nach  der 
20  amerikan.  Aufl.  aus  dem  Engl.  Nebst  der  neuen  von  der  Ver- 
fasserin eigens  fiir  Europa  geschriebenen  Vorrede.  Vollstandige  und 
wohlfeilste  Stereot.-Ausg.  Mit  Portr.  in  Stahlst.  Leipzig:  Friedlein. 

1853.  8vo,  pp.  viii,  326.  Portrait.  9^559 

Forms  vol.  i  of  "Neue  Volks-Bibliothek,"  edited  by  A.  Schradcr.  Title  from 
Kayser,  where  is  listed  also  a  specially  illustrated  issue  with  16  plates  at  a  higher 
price.  Reissued  ten  times  in  1853.  bm.  has  a  copy  of  the  ninth  edition. 

MacLean,  no.  22. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  oder  Negerleben  in  den  Sclaven- 
staaten  des  freien  Nordamerika  von  Harriet  B.  Stowe.  Frei  nach 
d.  10.  engl.  Originalausg.  bearb.  v.  Ungewitter.  Leipzig.  Hart- 
leben.  1852.  8vo,  pp.  240.  +  Pest  u.  Wien:  C.  A.  Rartlehcn. 
1853.   8vo,  pp.  240.  92560 

Forms  parts  697—700  or  vol.  317  of  the  "Belletristisches  Lese-Cabinet."  Infor- 
mation as  to  the  1852  edition  from  Kayser,  and  as  to  that  of  1853  from  Petrik's 
"Bibliographia  hungariae." 

For  a  third  edition  published  by  Hartleben,  lee  below,  the  editions  published  at 
Wien. 


64  STOWE  (h.  B.). 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom,  oder  Negerleben  in  den  nordamerikan. 
Sklavenstaaten.  V.  H.  B,  Stowe.  Nach  der  10.  Amerik.  Aufl. 
ubers.  v.  W.  E.  Drugulin.  Leifzig:  Kallmann.  1 85 2.  4  vols., 
8vo,  pp.  194;   196;  206;  215.  92561 

Forms  vols.  9-12  of  "Amerikanische  Bibliothek."    Information  from  Kayser. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  oder  Negerleben  in  den  Sklaven- 
staaten Amerikas.  Aus.  dem  Engl.  Leifzig:  J.J.Weber.  1852. 
8vo,  pp.  558  [or  558  numbered  columns:].  15  plates.  +  [Same 
title,  with  the  substitution  of  "von  Nordamerika"  for  "Amerikas".] 
Mit  50  Illustrationem.  2  Aufl.  [Same  imprint.]  1853.  8vo,  pp.  xii, 
736  numbered  columns.  +  3.  Aufl.  mit  Anmerkungen.  Verm. 
Aufl.  [Same  imprint  and  date.]  8vo,  pp.  xii,  430.  -j- 4.  •  •  •  Aufl. 
[Same  imprint  and  collation.]    1854.  bm.  92562 

The  first  of  these  editions  was  issued  in  30  parts.  Information  from  Kayser,  who 
may  have  erred  in  giving  the  date  of  the  first  edition  as  1852.  It  probably  was  the 
1853  edition  described  more  fully  below. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte;  oder  Negerleben  in  den  Sklaven- 
staaten von  Nord-Amerika.  Von  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  Mit  40 
Illustrationem.  Leipzig  V erlagsbuchhandlung  von  J.  J.  Weber. 
1853.  [Colophon:]  Druck  von  Otto  Wigand in  Leifzig.  8vo,  pp. 
viii,  556  numbered  columns,  two  to  a  page,  pp.  (2).  39  plates. 

B.,  H.,  NYP.  (sCHOMBURg).  92563 

The  B.  and  nyp.  copies  have  bound  with  them  the  wrappers  of  the  parts  in  which 
they  were  originally  issued. 

Stowe.  Sklaverei  in  dem  Lande  der  Freiheit,  oder  das  Leben 
der  Neger  in  den  Sklavenstaaten  Nordamerikas;  Nach  der  15  Aufl. 
v.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  mit  einem  Vorworte.  Leifzig:  D.  Wigand. 

1852.  4  vols.,  8vo.    pp.  xvi,  866.    +   [Same  imprint  and  date.] 
4  vols.,  i6mo.  pp.508.   +  3.  AuH.    [Same  imprint.]    1853. 

92564 

Information  from  MacLean,  no.  lo.  The  third  edition  as  described  here  by 
MacLean  is  probably  taken  from  an  abbreviated  entry  of  the  following  title. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  oder  Sklaverei  im  Lande  der  Frei- 
heit. 3.  Aufl.  mit  einer  original  Vorrede  der  Frau  Verfasserin,  und 
mit  einer  Einleitung  uber  die  Sklaverei.    LAfzig:    D.   Wigand. 

1853.  4  vols.,  1 6mo,  pp.  XX,  109;  117;   141 ;   141.  92565 

Title  from  MacLean,  no.  23.  The  collation  is  from  Kayser. 

SrowE.  [Uncle  Tom's  Cabin  in  German.]  London:  Sam f son 
LoWySony^  Co.    1853.   ^^''^-  92566 

Advertised  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  May  2,  1853,  p.  172.  This  is  probably 
one  of  the  Gcrniin  translations  printed  elsewhere. 


STOWE  (h.  B.).  65 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte.  Pesth  u.Wicn:  C .  A .  Hartlebcn. 
1853.  Sec  above,  Hartleben's  Leipzig  edition. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  oder  die  Geschichte  eines  christ- 
lichen  Sklaven  v.  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  Stuttgart:  Frankh.  1852 
[~i853-]  3  ^ols.,  i6mo,  pp.  176;  183;  xii,  312.  -f  Aus  dem 
Engl,  iibertragen  v.  L.  Du  Bois.  Stuttgart:  Franckh.  1853.  3 
vols.,  l6mo,  pp.  xi,  176;   183;  312.  92567 

The  first  edition  forms  parts  1871— 1881  of  the  "Relletristiches  Ausland.  Kabi- 
nt'tsbibliothek  der  class.  Romane  aller  Nationen,"  edited  by  Karl  Spindler.  Infor- 
mation from  Kayser. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte  oder  Das  Negerleben  in  den  Skla- 
venstaaten  des  freien  Nordamerika.  Von  Henriette  Stowe.  In 
deutscher  Auffassungsweise  fiir  deutsche  Leser  bearbeitet  von  Dr. 
Ungewitter.  Dritte  Ausgabe.  Mit  6  Illustrationem.  Wien  und 
Le'ipzigy  1853.  Hartleben's  Verlags-Exf edition.  [On  p.  [4]:] 
Gedruckt  bei  Leop.  Sommer.  l6mo,  pp.  239,  (l),  advertisement 
(l).   5  plates.  B.,  BM.  92568 

For  earlier  editions  isued  by  Hartleben,  see  above,  the  editions  published  at  Leipzig. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  iibersetzt  von  F.  C.  Nordstern. 
Wien:  Wenedikt.  I'^^i.  8vo.  +  2  Abdr.  [Same imprint.]  1853. 
8vo.  92569 

In  six  parts.    Information  from  Kayser. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte.  Wittenberg:  Mohr.  1852.  2 
vols.,  pp.  650.    +  Wittenberg^  Altenberg  [printed].    2  vols.,  8vo. 

BM. 92570 

These  issues  form  vols.  7  and  8  of  "Neuer  Haus-  und  Familien-Schatz.  Erzah- 
lungs-bibliothek  fiir  jedermann."  Information  as  to  the  1852  edition  from  MacLean, 
no.  12. 

German  Adaptations. 

Stowe.  Evangeline  und  Neger  Tom — aus  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte, 
ausgewahlt  fiir  die  liebe  Jugend  in  Haus  und  Schule.  Mit  Vorwort 
von  Karl  Mann.  Stuttgart:  Quack.    1854.   8vo,  pp.  vii,  207. 

92571 

Title  from  Kayser  where  it  is  listed  under  title.  MacLean,  no.  31,  gives  the  col- 
lation as  pp.  vii,  270. 

Stowe.  Illustrationen  zu  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte  von  Harriet 
Beecher  Stowe.  i6  Blatter  im  feinsten  Holzschn.  nach  Zeichnun- 
gen  von  H.  Anelay.  Mit  dem  Portr.  von  H.  Stowe  (in  Holzschn.). 
Nebst  e.  Vorrede  von  Elihu  Burrit,  e.  Biographie  der  Verf.  u.  erlaut. 
Anmerkungen  zu  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte.  Leipzig:  Friedlein,  Zeiger. 
1853.  8vo,  pp.  vii,  ix.  92572 

Listed  under  title  in  Kayser.    MacLean,  no.  29. 


66  STOWE  (h.  b.). 

Stowe.  Negerleben  in  Nord-Amerika,  Frei  nach  dem  Romane 
der  Mrs.  Stowe  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  Dramatisches  Gemalde  in 
vier  Aufziigen  von  G.  Danckwardt  und  W.  Kahleis.  Den  Biihnen 
gegeniiber  als  Manuscript  gedruckt.  Berlin^  1852.  Zn  be-zkehen 
dur ch  A .  H einrzcli' s  Theater-Geschajtsbureau,  [Colophon:]  Druck 
von  A.  Sacco,  Hausvoigteiplatz  Nr.  7.   8vo,  pp.  74.         nyp.  92573 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom.  Amerikan.  Zeitgemalde  mit  Gesang  u. 
Tanz  in  3  Abthlgn.,  nebst  einem  Vorspiele,  nach  Frau  Stowe's 
Roman:  "Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte",  von  Theresa  v.  Megerle.  Musik 
&c.  vom  Kappelmstr.  Metzger.  Wien:  Wallishauser^s  Druckerei. 
1853.   8vo,pp.  37.  92574 

Forms  part  26  of  the  "Theater-Repertoire."  Title  from  Kayser,  listed  under  the 
series. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte.  Erzahlung  fiir  Kinder  bearbeitet. 
Neues  Bilder-und  Lesebuch  mit  8  Lithographien  in  Tondruck. 
Number g:  verlag  von  I.  L.  Lot-zbcck.  [Verso  of  title :]  Druck  der 
SebaLd^sche?i  Officin  in  Nilrnberg.  [  1 854  ?  ]  Oblong  1 6mo,  pp.  20. 
8  plates.  B.,BM.  92575 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte.  Nach  dem  Englischen  der  Frau 
H.  B.  Stowe  fiir  die  reifere  Jugend  bearbeitet  von  Moriz  Gans.  Mit 
einer  Abbildung  in  Farbendruck.  Pesth,  Verlag  von  Gustav  Hecke- 
nast.  [Colophon:]  Druck  von  Brekkopj  und  H artel  in  Leipzig. 
[1853.]    i6mo,  pp.  (2),  216.  B.jBM.  92576 

On  cover  title:  Neues  Lcsekabinet  fiir  die  reifere  Jugend.  [Vol.  i.]  Date  sup- 
plied from  Kayser. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  fiir  Kinder.  Nach  dem  Englischen 
von.  Aug.  Hiirtel.  Leipzig:  Hacndel.  [1853.]  i6mo,  pp.  48. 
Plate,  BM.  92577 

Issued  as  vol.  2  of  the  series  "Illustrirte  Kindfrerziihlungen  fiir  Sommertage  und 
Winterabende."  Information  from  Hinrichs'  catalogue  for  July— December,  1853, 
p.  156. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hiitte,  oder  das  Leben  der  Sklaven  in 
Amerika,  nach  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe,  fur  die  Jugend  bearb.  v. 
Leopold  Streich.  Berlin:  Bahn  &  Faudel.  1853.  '^^'^'  PP-  ^5^- 
4  plates.  92578 

Issued  in  Streich's  "Lesccabinet  fiir  die  Jugend."  Information  from  Hinrichs* 
catalogue  for  January— June,  1853,  and  MacLean,  no.  27. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Hutte,  oder  Leiden  der  Negersklaven  in 
Amerika.  Im  Auszuge  fiir  das  deutsche  Volk  bearbeitet.  Mit  einem 
Titelbilde.  Berlin:  Lassar.    1853.    i6mo,  pp.  55.  BM.  92579 

Title  from  Kayser. 


STOWE   (h.  B.).  67 

Stowe.  Onkel  Tom's  Schiksale.  Erzahlungen  fiir  die  Jugend 
von  Mrs.  Beecher  Stowe.  Fiir  die  deutsche  Jugend  bearb.  von  Max 
Schasler.  Berlin:  Hasselberg.  [1853.]  2  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  (6),  170, 
plate;  (4),  176,  plate.  BM.  92580 

Forms  vols.  1—2  of  "Hausbibliothek  der  Jugend."  Title  from  Kayser,  6  colored 
lithographs  being  mentioned  at  the  end  of  the  collation.  Possibly  these  are  illus- 
trations in  the  text. 

GREEK. 

Stowe.  [Uncle  Tom's  Cabin  translated  into  Greek.  Athens. 
i860.]  2  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  9,  307,  verso  blank,  (2)  ;  (2),  283,  verso 
blank,  (2).  B.,  BM.,  cu.  92581 

HINDUSTANI. 

Stowe.  [Uncle  Tom's  Cabin  translated  into  Hindustani.  Place, 
publisher  and  date  unknown.]  92582 

James  Thurston  in  a  letter  to  Mrs.  Stowe,  dated  October  26,  i860,  states  that 
Joguth  Chunder  Gangooly  had  told  him  that  "  'Uncle  Tom's  Cabin'  was  a  book 
well  known  and  as  much  read  in  Bengal  among  his  own  people  as  here  in  America, 
that  it  had  been  translated  into  their  language,  and  been  made  a  household  book." 
See  the  introduction  to  the  Houghton,  Mifflin  and  Company  edition  of  Uncle  Tom's 
Cabin,  1896,  vol.  i,  p.  lix.  Bartlett  also  mentions  an  edition  in  this  language,  but 
we  have  not  been  able  to  find  a  description  of  a  copy. 

HUNGARIAN. 

Stowe.  Tamas  batya  kunyhoja,  vagy  neger  elet  a  rabszolga- 
tarto  amerikai  allamokban.  Angolbol  Irinyi  Jozsef.  Pesten:  Mul- 
ler Emll.  1853.  4  vols.,  i2mo,  pp.  xxiv,  2 18 ;  (4),2iO;  (4),2ii; 
(4),  219.  BM.  92583 

Title  from  Petrik's  "Bibliographia  hungariae."  under  Beecher. 

Stowe.  Tamas  batya.  Gyermekek  szamara.  Kidolgozta  M.  .  . 
Rokus.   Pesten.  Bucsdnszky.    1856.    l6mo,  pp.  130.   Plates. 

BM. 92584 

Selected  and  adapted  from  the  origmal  work. 

Title  from  the  catalogue  card  for  a  copy  formerly  at  b.,  now  missing. 

Stowe.  Tamas  batya,  vagy  egy  szerecsen  rabszolga  tortenete. 
H.  B.  Stowe  utan  irta  Tatar  Peter.  Pest:  Bucsa?iszky  A.  1 857. 
Svo,  pp.  48.    22  plates.  BM.  92585 

A  versified  abridgement. — Bullen's  bibliography,  1896,  p.  Ixxii. 
Title  from  Petrik's  "Bibliographia  hungariae,"  under  Beecher. 

ITALIAN. 

Stowe.  La  capanna  dello  zio  Tomaso  o  La  schiavitu  nuovissimo 
romanzo  di  Enrichetta  Beecher  Stowe  traduzione  di  C.  P.  .  .  . 
Milano:    fer  Borronl  e  Scotti  Tifografi-Librai.     1852.    4   vols., 


68  STOWE  (h.  b.). 

l6mo,  pp.   175,  frontispiece;    158,  frontispiece;    184,  frontispiece; 
205,  frontispiece.  v.  92586 

Series  title:   Florilegio  romantico  serie  ottava. 

According  to  an  unsigned  article  entitled  "Uncle  Tomitudes,"  in  "Putnam's 
Monthly  Magazine"  for  January,  1853,  p.  99,  two  editions  in  Italian  had  by  then 
been  published  in  Turin. 

Stowe.  La  capanna  dello  zio  Tommaso.  Scene  della  schiavitu 
dei  negri  in  America  per  Enrichetta  Beecher  Stowe.  Versione  e  note 
di  Baldassar  Mazzoni.  .  .  .  F'lren-ze.  Giacomo  TerniEditore.  1 853. 
[Verso  of  title:]  Tipografia  Nazionale  Italiana.  2  vols.,  l8mo,  pp. 
vi,  345,  frontispiece;  (2),  349—732,  frontispiece.  H.  92587 

Stowe.  La  capanna  dello  zio  Tommaso,  ossia  la  vita  dei  negri  in 
America.  Lugano.   1853.   8vo,  pp.  472.  BM.  92588 

Stowe.  La  capanna  dello  zio  Tom.  Milano:  C'loffi.  1853.  ^ 
vols.,  32mo.  92589 

This  and  the  two  following  titles  are  from  Pagliaini's  "Catalogo  generale  della 
libreria  italiana,"  entered  under  Beecher. 

Stowe.  La  capanna  dello  zio  Tom.  Traduzione  di  Gius.  Laz- 
zaro.   Milano:    Tramater.    1853.    3  ^o^^-j  i6mo.  92590 

Stowe.  La  capanna  dello  zio  Tom.  Traduzione  di  B.  Bermani, 
Milano:   Wilmant.   1853.   3vols.,  l6mo.  92591 

Stowe.  La  capanna  di  papa  Tom.  Libera  versione  dal  f  ranchese. 
Nafoli.   1853.   8vo.  92592 

Title  from  Bullen's  revised  bibliography,  1898,  p.  117. 

Stowe.  La  capanna  dello  zio  Tommaso.  Nafoli:  G.  Nobile. 
1853.  4vols.,  i8mo.  92593 

Title  from  Bartlett,  no.  4786. 

NORWEGIAN. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Toms  Hytte  eller  Negerlivet  i  de  Amerikanske 
Slavestatcr.   Fra  det  Engelske.   Christiania.    1 853.   8vo,  pp.  664. 

Cover  title:   Tidsskrift  for  SkJ0nlitcratur  iste  Aarg.    Este  Bind.  ^    J Vt 

Translated  by  Thomas  Krag.    Information  from  the  "Norsk  Bog-Fortegnelse." 

POLISH. 

SrowE.  Chata  Wuja  Tomasza,  czyli  2ycie  nievvolnikow  w 
zjcdnoczt)nych  Stanach  polnocnej  Amcryki.  Przetlomaczyl  Fran- 
ciszck  Dydacki.  .  .  .  Lwow:  Ttom-acZy  druk  Xakladu  imienia  Osso- 
linskich.    1853.   2  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  203  ;  195.  B.,  BM.  92595 

Titles  of  all  of  the  Polish  editions  are  from  Estreicher's  "Bibliografia  polska." 


STOWE   (h.  B.).  69 

Stowe.  Chata  Wuja  Tomasza,  przcz  Pania  .  .  .  opowiadaiia 
dzieciom  przez  Arabella  Palmerowa.  Przektad  polski  VVojciecha 
Szymanowskiego. — La  case  de  I'Oncle  Tome,  .  .  .  racontee  aux 
enfants  par  madame  Arabella  Palmer.  Traduit  de  I'anglais.  Wnr- 
szazva :  naklad  A .  Nowoleckiego  Ksifgarxa.  1856.  16 mo,  pp.  253. 
8  plates.  +  [Without  the  French  translation.]  Warszawa:  fiakhid 
A .  Nowoleckiego  KsiegarzUy  dru karma  '^''Gazcty  codzicnne'f^ .  1856. 
l6mo,pp.  119.   4  plates.  92596 

In  the  first  edition  listed,  the  text  is  in  Polish  and  French.  The  same  four  colored 
plates  appear  in  each  portion. 

Stowe.  Chatka  Ojca  Toma,  czyli  Zycie  Murzynow  w  Stanach 
niewolniczych  Ameryki  polnocnej.  Przeklad  Waclawa  Przybyls- 
kiego  i  Ignacego  Iwickiego.  .  .  .  Wilno:  naklad  i  druk  K'lrkora. 
i860.    2  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  268;   195.  92597 

PORTUGUESE. 

Stowe.  A  Cabana  do  Pai  Thomas  ou  A  vida  dos  pretos  na  Amer- 
ica. Romance  moral  escripto  em  inglez  por  Mrs.  Harriet  Bcecher 
Stowe,  e  traduzido  em  portuguez  por  Francisco  Ladislau  Alvares 
d'Andrada,  .  .  .  Paris:  Rey  is"  Belhatte,  Mercadores  de  livros,  Quai 
des  AugNstins,  4.^.  1853.  [Verso  of  half  title:]  Paris.  Imfresso 
for  W .  Remquet  ^  Co.  rue  Garanciere,  n.  5.  2  vols.,  I2mo,  pp. 
xxxii,  251,  frontispiece  portrait,  and  6  plates;    (4),  307.    6  plates. 

B.,  BM.,  H.  92598 

ROUMANIAN. 

Stowe.  [Uncle  Tom's  Cabin  translated  into  Roumanian  from 
the  French  of  L.  Pilatte,  by  T.  Kodresko.  J  assy:  Buchiumii. 
1853.]  2  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  xxxii,  305,  verso  blank,  (l),  36  plates; 
(4),  396,  10  plates.  B.,  BM.  92599 

Stowe.  [Uncle  Tom's  Cabin  translated  into  Roumanian  from 
the  French,  by  D.  Pop.   Jassy.    1853.]    2  vols.,  8vo.        BM.  92600 

RUSSIAN. 

Stowe.  [Uncle  Tom's  Cabin  translated  into  Russian.  Moscow. 
1858.]    8vo.  92601 

Title  from  BuUen's  revised  bibliography,  1898,  p.   117. 

Stowe.  [  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin  translated  into  Russian.  St.  Peters- 
burg.   1858.]    8vo.  BM.  92602 

VOL.  XXIV.  5 


70  STOWE  (h,  B.). 


SERBIAN. 


Stowe.  [Uncle  Tom's  Cabin  translated  into  Serbian  from  the 
German.  Belgrade:  Published  by  M.  Popovica.  1 854.]  8vo,  pp. 
(2)5480.  B.,  BM.  92603 

Reprinted  from  "Srbski  Novina." 

SLOVENIAN. 

Stowe.  Stric  Tomaz  ali  2ivlenje  Zamorcov  v  Ameriki  od  Hen- 
riete  Stowe.  .  .  .  Svobodno  za  Slovence  zdelal  J.  B,  S  6  podobami. 
V  Celovcu  1 853.  Natisnil  in  na  frodaj  Ima  Jane-z  Leon.  1 2mo,  pp. 
xii,  155,  including  frontispiece  and  illustrations.  B.,  bm.  92604 

Stowe.  Stric  Tomova  Koca,  ali  zivljenje  zamorcov  v  robnih 
derzavah  svobodne  severne  Amerike  .  .  .  Iz  nemskega  poslovenil 
[and  abridged]  F.  Malavasic.  S  sterimi  podobsinami.  V  Ljubljani. 
1853.  ^^O'  EM.  92605 

SPANISH. 

Arranged  alphabetically  by  the  place  of  publication.  The  first  editions  were  pub- 
lished in  1852  in  Madrid  and  in  Paris. 

Stowe.  La  Choza  de  Tom,  trad,  por  A.  A.  Orihuela.  Barcelona. 
1853.  92606 

Title  from  Palau  y  Dulcet's  "Manual  del  librero  hispano-americano." 

Stowe.  La  Cabana  del  Tio  Tomas,  6  los  Negros  en  America. 
Traducida  por  los  Redactores  del  Clamor  Publico,  e  ilustrada  con 
cinco  laminas  finas  grabadas  en  acero.  Barcelona.    1853.   ^^'°- 

BM.  92607 

Stowe.  La  cabafia  del  tio  Tom,  novela  .  .  .  traducida  al  Castel- 
lano  por  A.  A,  Orihuela.  Bogota.    1853.   ^vo.  BM.  92608 

Stowe.  La  Cabana  del  tio  Tom.  Novela  escrita  en  ingles,  y 
traducida  al  castellano  por  A.  A.  Orihuela.  Reimpresa  en  Buenos 
Aires  de  la  edicion  de  Paris.   Buenos  Aires.    1853.    ^'^''^-  92609 

Title  from  the  catalogue  of  the  National  Library  of  the  Argentine  Republic. 

Stowe.  La  Choza  de  Tom.  Trad,  por  Wenceslao  Ayguals  de 
Izco.  Madrid.  1852.  4to,  pp.  480.  +  [An  embellished  edition.] 
Madrid:  Mcllado.  1 852.  4to,  pp.  viii-148.  44  plates,  and  portrait. 
+  [Same  imprint  and  collation.]    1853.  92610 

Titles  from  Palau  y  Dulcet's  "Manual  del  librero  hispano-americano." 

Stowe.  La  Choza  de  Tom  6  Sea  vida  de  los  negros  en  el  sur  de 
los  Estados  Uniilos,  novela  escrita  en  ingles  por  Enriqueta  Beecher 


STOWE  (h.  B.).  71 

Stowe,  traducida  por  Don  Wenceslao  Ayguals  de  Izco.  Segunda 
Edici'on.  Madrid:  1 853.  ImfrentadeAygualsdel-zcoHermanoSy 
calle  de  Lcga?ikoSynum.  ^'] .   8vo,  pp.  476,  (4).  B.,  BM.  9261 1 

Stowe.  La  Choza  de  Tomas.  Novela  .  .  .  traducida  al  Castel- 
lano.  Edicion  ilustrada  con  26  grabados  aparte  del  testo.  Madrid , 
Paris.   1853.  4^o-  BM.  92612 

Stowe.  La  Choza  del  Negro  Tomas,  6  vida  de  los  negros  en  el 
sur  de  los  Estados  Uni'dos.  Novela  escrita  en  ingles  por  Mistress 
Enriqueta  Stowe.  Traducida  al  castellano.  .  .  .  Madrid: — 1853. 
Imprenta  de  D.  Jose  Mares,  calle  de  Relator es,  numero  17.  2  vols., 
8vo,  pp.  — ;  260,  "indice"  (i).  BM.,  nyp.  92613 

The  NYP.  copy  lacks  vol.  i. 

Stowe.  La  Cabana  del  Tio  Tomas.  Novela  escrita  en  Ingles. 
Mexico.    1853.   2  vols.,  l2mo.  BM.  92614 

Stowe.  La  Cabana  del  tio  Tom.  Novela  escrita  en  ingles  por 
M.  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe  y  traducida  al  castellano  por  A.  A.  Ori- 
huela.  Paris:  Libreria  Esfanola  y  Americana  de  D.  Ign°  Boix  y 
Comfaniay  calle  LefeletieVy  1%.  Diciembre  de  iS ^2.  [Verso  of  half 
title :]  Paris. — Imprenta  Poussielgue,  Masson  y  cornpaniay  calle 
Croix-des-Peiits-ChampSy  29.  [Colophon:]  Paris. — Imprenta Du- 
buissony  calle  Coq-HeroUy  5.    l6mo,  pp.  322,  (2).   Frontispiece. 

B.  92615 

SWEDISH. 

Stowe.  Onkel  Toms  stuga  eller  negerlifvet  i  amerikanska  slaf- 
staterna  af  mrs  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.  Ofvers.  fran  I5:de  uppl. 
af  "Uncle  Tom's  Cabin"  af  S.  J.  Callerholm.  Stockholm:  Alb. 
Bonnier.  1852.  l2mo,  pp.  528.  +  Helsingfors.  1853.  ^^°'  PP- 
502.  92616 

The  Stockholm  edition  forms  nos.  1—9  of  the  1853  series  of  "Europ.  foljctongen." 
Information  concerning  all  of  the  Swedish  translations  from  Linnstrom's  "Svenskt 
Boklexikon." 

Stowe.  Onkel  Toms  stuga  eller  negerlifvet  i  Amerika.  Ofver- 
sattning  fran  io:de  engelska  upplagan.    1853.    +3  uppl.    1854. 

92617 

The  first  of  these  two  editions  was  issued  in  15  parts.  Information  as  to  both  of 
them  is  given  in  Linnstrom's  "Svenskt  Boklexikon,"  following  the  title  of  the  fourth 
edition  which  was  translated  by  A.  F.  Landtbom,  and  published  in  1862  by  A.  Lind- 
gren  in  Goteborg.  We  should  infer  that  the  above  editions  were  also  published  in 
that  place. 


72  STOWE   (h.  B.). 

Stowe.  Onkcl  Toms  stuga  af  mrs  Harriet  Bcccher  Stowe.  Bear- 
betad  ffir  ungdom.  Med  [7]  illustrationer.  Stockholm.  [F.  ^  G. 
Bcijer.]    1853.    l6mo,pp.  80.  92618 

Adapted  for  children. 

[Stowe].  Onkel  Toms  stuga.  Bearbetad  for  barn.  Stockholm. 
[Bokforlagshyran.]    1855.    l6mo,  pp.  62.  92619 

Adapted  for  children. 

WELSH. 

Stowe.  Aelwyd  f'Ewythr  Robert:  neu,  HancsCaban  F'Ewythr 
Tomos.  Gan  y  Parch.  Wilh'am  Rees,  Liverpool.  Dhibych:  Cyho- 
eddwyd  gan  Thomas  Gee.  mdcccliii.  [Colophon:]  Dinbych 
Argraffwyd  gan  Thomas  Gee.  l6mo,  pp,  x,  500,  including  illus- 
trations.  4  plates.  B.,  BM.,  H.  92620 

The  above  is  referred  to  in  a  letter  from  Thomas  Watts,  Librarian  of  the  British 
Museum,  to  C.  E.  Stowe,  as  "a  strange  incorporation  of  it  [Uncle  Tom's  Cabin], 
almost  entire,  into  the  body  of  a  tale  by  Rev.  W.  Rees."  See  BuUen's  bibliographical 
account  in  the  Houghton,  Mifflin  and  Company  edition  of  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  1896, 
vol.  I,  p.  Ixiv. 

Stowe.  Caban  F'ewyrth  Twm.  Gan  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe. 
Gyda  Saith-ar-Hugain  o  Gerfluniau,  gan  George  Cruikshank,  Ysw 
Cyfieithad  Hugh  Williams,  gynt  golygydd  "y  Cymro."  Llundoin: 
John  Casselly  Ludgate  Hill.  1 853.  [Colophon:]  Llundain:  Ar- 
grafhwyd  gan  John  Cassell^  Ludgatc  Hill.  8vo,  pp.  iv,  380.  Fron- 
tispiece portrait,  and  27  plates. 

BA.,  BM.,  C,  FAC.AUV.,  H.,  NVH.  9262  I 

Stowe.  Crynodcb  o  Gaban  'Ncwyrth  Tom;  neu  F\wvd  Negro- 
aidd  yn  America.  Swansea:  J.  Rosser.  1853.  H~  Cyfieithiedig  gan 
y  Lefiad.   Ahertawy.    [1853.]  BM.  92622 

.•\n  abridged  translation  by  W.  Williams. 

Title   of   the   dated   edition    from   the   .  .  .   Catalogue   of   Printed    Literature   in   the 
Welsh  Department  of  the  CardllT  Free  Libraries. 
Swansea  is  the  English  name  for  .A-bcrtawy. 

Stowe.   Caban  F'Ewythr  Twm;  neu,  F^•w\■d  yn  mhlith  yr  Isel-    j 
radd.    Gan  Harriet  Beecher  Stowe.    Gyda  Naw-ar-hugain  o  Ger- 
flimiau.  Cvficithiad  Hugh  Williams,  gynt  golygydd  y  "Cymro."   A 
adolygw\(l  ac  a  ddiwygiwyd  gan  Robert  E\'erctt.    Remse?i,  N.  Y.: 
Argraffxiyd gan  J .  R.  Everett.    1 854.   4to,  pp.  220.  H.  92623 

Stowe.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  Caban  f'Ewythr  Tomos,  neu 
bancs  cacthwas  Crist'nogol  .  .  .  Crynodeb  o  waith  H.  B.  Caernar- 
jon.    [1860.^]     I2mo.  BM.  92624 


STOWE  (h.  b.).  73 

WORKS  RELATING   TO    UNCLE   TOm's   CABIN. 

The  following  list  includes  a  number  of  titles  relating  to  the  work,  which  were  not 
entered  under  their  authors  in  the  preceding  volumes,  as  well  as  cross  references  to 
similar  titles. 

Adams  (F.  C.)-  Uncle  Tom  at  Home,  no.  203,  vol.  i.  Philadelphia.  1853.  aas., 
BM.,  c,  M.    London.    [1853.]     B.M. 

Brimblecomb    (Nicholas),  psetid.    Uncle  Tom's  C.ibin  in  Ruins,   no.   7982,  vol.   2. 

C,  H. 

Clare  (Edward).  The  Spirit  and  Philosophy  of  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  comprising  an 
epitome  of  the  narrative  and  events  .  .  .  London.    1853.    l2mo.    bm.,  f.ac.adv. 

Criswell    (R.).     "Uncle   Tom's   Cabin"    Contrasted    with    Buckingham    Hall,    no. 

17545,  vol.   5.     AAS.,   BM.,  C,   NYP. 

Denman  (Thomas),  jint  baron.  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  Bleak  House,  Slavery  and 
Slave  Trade.  Six  articles  by  Lord  Denman,  reprinted  from  the  "Standard;"  with  an 
article  containing  facts  connected  with  slavery,  by  Sir  George  Stephen,  reprinted  from 
the  "Northampton  Mercury."  London:  Longman,  Brotan,  Green,  and  Longmans. 
1853.  [Verso  of  title:]  London:  Spottiszvoodes  a7id  Shazv,  Netv-street-Squarc.  i2mo, 
pp.  51,  (i).  NYP.  +  ...  Seven  articles  ...  Second  Edition.  Londofi,  1853.  1 2mo. 
BM.    For  an  1852  edition,  see  no.  19580,  vol.  5. 

Edwards  (J.  P.).  Uncle  Tom's  Companions.  For  the  third  edition,  see  Edwards 
(J.  P.),  no.  21926,  vol.  6.    Earlier  editions  were  published  anonymously. 

Hart  {\.  M.),  Uncle  Tom  in  Paris,  no.  ^0616,  vol.  8.    b.,  nvp. 

[Helps   (Arthur)].    A  Letter  on  "Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,"  no.   31276,  vol.   8.    aas., 

BM.,  C,  CU.,   H.,   NYP. 

Henson  (J.).  Life  of  Josiah  Henson,  1849,  no.  31432,  and  Father  Henson's  Story 
of  his  Own  Life,  with  an  introduction  by  Mrs.  H.  B.  Stovse,  183S,  no.  31433,  vol.  8. 
Other  editions  under  different  titles. 

[Murphy  (George  Mollett)].  The  Slave  among  Pirates,  or,  "Uncle  Tom's"  many 
Editors,  no.  51458,  vol.  12.    cu.,  h. 

The  Patent  Key  to  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin;  or,  Mrs.  Stovve  in  England,  by  a  Lady  in 
New-York.  Netv-York:  Pudney  &  Ruuell ,  P':;:f--ri,  .Xn.  70  John-Street.  1 85  3. 
i2mo,  pp.  45,  and  author's  note  pasted  on  p.  3.    In  verse,    c,  nyh. 

[Pringle  (Edward  J.)].  Slavery  in  the  Southern  States,  nos.  65684 — 65685,  vol.  15. 
First  edition,  aas.,  b.,  c,  nyp.(schomburg).  Second  edition,  c,  nyp.  Third  edi- 
tion, c. 

[Senior  (Nassau  William)].  American  Slavery,  nos.  79130— 79131,  vol.  19. 
London,  1856.    c,  H.,  nvp.    London  [1862].    c. 

Slavery  Past  and  Present;  or  Notes  on  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  Edited  by  a  Lady. 
London:  Longman,  Brozcn,  Green,  and  Longmans.  1852.  [Verso  of  title:]  Lon- 
don:   Spottiszcoodes  and  Shaw,  Netu-street-Square.    i2mo,  pp.  21,  (i).    bm.,  h. 

Smith  (William  L.  G.).    Life  at  the  South;  or,  "Uncle  Tom's  Cabin"  as  it  is,  nos. 

S4812-84813,  vol.  21.  A--.  . 

Stearns  (Edward  Josiah).    Notes  on  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin,  no.  908S0,  vol.  23. 

Stephen   (George).  Antislavery  Recollections,  no.  91233,  vol.  23. 

Thompson  (George).   American  Slavery.    London.    1853.    bm. 

[Thompson  (John  Reuben)].  Southern  View  of  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  [Richmond. 
1852.]    B.    From  the  "Southern  Literary  Messenger." 

Uncle  Tom  in  England.  The  London  Times  on  Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.  A  Review 
from  the  London  Times  of  Friday,  September  3d,  1852.  Evils  of  Slavery,  Method  of 
its  Removal,  Danger  of  Agitation,  Colonization,  &c.  Nezv  York,  Bunce  S?  Brother. 
1S52.    8vo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  8.    c,  nyp. 

Uncle  Tom  in  England:  or.  Proof  that  Black's  White.  London.  1852.  b.m. 
~r  New  York.  [cop.  1852.]  nyp.  A  third  edition  was  advertised  in  the  "Publishers' 
Circular,"  during  1853. 

.■\.  number  of  ephemeral  anonymous  publications  have  titles  beginning  "Uncle  Tom." 


74  STOWELL  (dAVId). 

Stowell  (David).  A  Sermon  .  .  .  containing  a  brief  sketch 
of  the  h'fe  and  death  of  Mrs.  L.  E.  Stowell,  .  .  .  Concord  [N .  H.'\ 
1836.   8vo.  EM.,  NYH.  92625 

Stowell.  A  Sermon,  delivered  at  GofTstown,  N.  H.  on  Thanks- 
giving Day,  Nov.  24,  1 83 1.  By  David  Stowell,  New  Pastor  of  the 
Congregational  Church  in  said  town.  By  request  of  the  Religious 
Union  Society.  Concord,  N.  H.  Hill  and  Barton,  Printers.  1832. 
8vo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  16.  heh.  92626 

Title  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters. 

Stowell  (Francis).  Directory  of  Camp  Massachusetts,  con- 
taining diagrams  of  the  field  and  roads  in  and  about  Concord,  and  an 
eno-ravinsr  of  Concord  Monument.  Also  a  list  of  ofScers  attached  to 
the  several  divisions,  brigades,  regiments,  battalions  and  companies, 
composing  the  Massachusetts  Militia.  With  the  Town  Officers  of 
Concord,  &c.  By  Francis  Stowell,  Watch-maker  and  Jeweller, 
Main  Street,  Concord,  Mass.  Concord:  Printed  by  Benjamin 
Tolman.    1859.    l2mo,  pp.  12.  B.,  CU.,  NVH.  92627 

Stowell  (Hugh).  The  Responsibilities  of  the  Mother  Country 
in  respect  of  her  Colonies.    A  Sermon.    London.    1 856.    8vo. 

BM. 92628 

Stowell  (Martin).  An  Exposition  of  the  Secret  Order  of  the 
Sons  of  Temperance  with  facts  in  relation  to  secret  societies  gen- 
erally. By  Martin  Stowell,  Warren,  Mass.  West  Br 00k field,  Mass. 
Cooke  and  Chafin,  Printers.    1848.    8vo,  pp.  24.  c.  92629 

Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

Stowell  (W[illiam]  H[enry]).  History  of  the  Puritans  in 
England,  and  the  Pilgrim  Fathers.  The  Puritans  in  England.  By 
the  Rev.  W.  H.  Stowell,  Professor  of  Theology,  Rotherham  Col- 
lege. The  Pilgrim  Fathers.  By  D.  Wilson,  F.  S.  A.  Scot.,  author  of 
Cromwell  and  the  Protectorate,  &c.  &c.  In  one  volume.  London: 
T.  Nelson,  Paternoster  Row.  New  York:  R.  Carter  and  Brothers. 
MDCCCXLix.  1 2mo,  added  engraved  title,  and  pp.  (4),xi— 336,  (2), 
cccxxxix-cccxl,  337-508.  Frontispiece,  cu.,  gts.,  whs.,  y. 
+  [Same  imprint.]  1 850.  l2mo,  added  engraved  title,  and 
pp.  336,  (2),  cccxxxix— cccxl,  337—508.  Frontispiece,  bm.,  m., 
NVP.  -f"  New  York:  Robert  Carter  &  Brothers,  No.  285  Broad- 
way. 1849.  l2mo,  added  engraved  title,  and  pp.  (2),  vii— viii,  xi— 
xiv,  17-336,  (2),  cccxxxix-cccxl,  337—508.  Frontispiece.  B., 
MINNHS.,  NVP.,  WHS.    +  [Same  imprints  and  collation.]     1 850. 


STOWELL  (w.  S.).  75 

h.(and.).  +  London,  New  York.  1852.  l2mo.  bm.  +  Cincin- 
nati: Moore,  Wilstach,  Keys  ^  Co.  2$  West  Fourth  Street.  1856. 
i2mo,  pp.  (2),  vii— viii,  xi— xiv,  17—336,  (2),  cccxxxix— cccxl,  337— 
508.  Y.  92630 

Imprint  on  engraved  titles  of  the  Netv  York,  1849  and  1850,  editions:  London: 
Thomas  Nelson,  Paternoster  Rozo.    New  York:    Robert  Carter  &  Brothers. 

The  title  of  the  1856  edition  begins:    History  of  the  Puritans  and  Pilgrim  Fathers. 
Also:    London,  [1S7S].    bm.    Nezv  York,  1S8S.    aas.,  c,  nyh.,  nyp.,  peab. 

Stowell  (William  Scott),  Lord.  The  Judgment  of  .  ,  .  re- 
specting the  Slavery  of  the  mongrel  woman  Grace.  See  Haggard 
(Z)r.),  no.  29517,  vol.  7.   nyp. 

See  also:  Considerations  on  Certain  Remarks  on  the  Negro  Slavery  and  Abolition 
Questions,  in  Lord  Stowell's  Judgment  in  the  Case  of  the  Slave  "Grace".  By  a  Briton. 
Newcastle:  Printed  by  John  Marshall.  1827.  8vo,  pp.  18.  Title  from  a  ms.  note 
prepared  for  the  Dictionary  by  Joseph  Sabin. 

Stowell.  Report  of  a  Judgment  ...  in  the  case  of  the  Snipe. 
See  Edwards  (T.),  no.  21993,  vol.  6.  C,  H. 

Strachan  (James).  A  Visit  to  the  Province  of  Upper  Canada, 
in  1 8 19.  By  James  Strachan.  Aberdeen:  Printed  by  D.  Chalmers 
&'  Co.  for  James  Strachan,  Aberdeen;  Longman,  Hurst,  Rees, 
Or  me,  and  Brown,  London;  Oliver  and  Boyd,  Edinburgh;  W . 
Turnbull,  Glasgozv ;  and  E.  Lesslie,  Dundee.    1 820.    8vo,  pp.  224. 

H.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.  9263  I 

[Strachan  ( John)  ] .  An  Address  to  the  members  of  the  Church 
of  England,  from  the  Bishop  of  Toronto,  in  behalf  of  the  Upper 
Canada  Church  University.  London.  1 850.  [Colophon:]  R. 
Clay,  Printer,  Bread  Street  Hill.    l6mo,  pp.  8.  Y.  92632 

Title  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt. 

Strachan.  An  Appeal  to  the  Friends  of  Religion  and  Literature, 
in  behalf  of  the  University  of  Upper  Canada.  By  John  Strachan, 
D.D.  Archdeacon  of  York,  Upper  Canada.  London:  Printed  by 
R.  Gilbert,  St.  John's  Square   1827.    8vo,  pp.  24.        BM.,  Y.  92633 

Title  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt. 

Strachan.  .  .  .  Bishop  Strachan's  Pastoral  Letter  to  the  Clergy 
and  Laity  of  the  Diocess  [sic]  of  Toronto.    \_New  York?    1848?  ] 

l6mo,  pp.  23.  AAS.,  GTS.,  UTS.  92634 

Caption  title.  With  heading:  "The  following  Pastoral  Letter  is  so  fitted  to  supply 
a  manifest  need  at  this  time,  that  any  apology  for  the  republication  of  it  in  the  Diocese 
of  New  York,  is  deemed  unnecessary.  From  the  Toronto  Church."  Signed  and  dated 
on  p.  16:   John  Toronto.  Toronto,  4th  Nov.,  1848. 


76  STRACHAN    (jOHn). 

Strachan.  a  Charge  delivered  to  the  Clergy  of  the  Diocese  of 
Toronto  at  the  Primary  Visitation,  held  in  the  Cathedral  Church  of 
St.  James,  Toronto,  on  the  9th  September,  1 84 1.  By  the  Right 
Reverend  John  Strachan,  Lord  Bishop  of  Toronto.  Toronto, 
H.  &  W.  Rowselly  King  Street,  I  84 1.    i2mo,  pp.  36. 

can.arch.  92635 

Title  from  the  "Catalogue  of  Pamphlets  in  the  Public  Archives  of  Canada,"  1931, 
no.  1840. 

For  an  abridged  edition,  see  Extracts,  below. 

Later  Charges  by  Bishop  Strachan  have  been  located  as  follows: 

June,  1844,  Cobourg,  Diocesan  Press,  1844.    a.^s.,  bm.,  gts. 

June,  1847,  Toronto,  Diocesan  Press,  1847.    gts.,  h. 

May,  1851,  Toronto,  1851.    Noted  by  Gagnon. 

Oct.,  1853,  Toronto,  Roswell,  1853.    bm.,  uts. 

April,  1856,  Toronto,  Roszcell,  1856.   can.arch. 

June,  i860,  Toronto,  Roszvell,  i860,    gts. 

Strachan.  The  Christian  Religion  recommended  in  a  Letter  to 
his  Pupils.  By  the  Rev.  John  Strachan,  a.m.,  Minister  of  Cornwall, 
Upper  Canada.  .  .  .  Montreal:   Printed  by  Nahum  Mower.    1 807. 

8vo,  pp.  32.  CAN.ARCH.  92636 

This  and  the  five  following  titles  from  the  printed  catalogue  of  the  above  library, 
1931,  nos.  899,  2269,  1786,  2443,  2385,  and  943,  respectively. 

[Strachan].  Church  University  of  Upper  Canada.  Pastoral 
Letter  from  the  Lord  Bishop  of  Toronto.  Proceedings  of  the  Church 
University  Board.  List  of  Subscribers,  &c.  Toronto:  Printed  by 
A.  F.  PleeSy  Printer  to  the  Church  University,    mdcccli.    l6mo, 

pp.  64.  CAN.ARCH.  92637 

[Strachan].  Circular  letter  from  the  Bishop  of  Toronto,  ad- 
dressed to  the  Clergy  and  Laity  of  the  Bishopric  and  See  of  Toronto 
15th  January,  1840,  on  the  subject  of  the  Clergy  Reserves.  [«.  f. 
1840.]   4to,  pp.  3.  can.arch.  92638 

[Strachan].  The  Clergy  Reserves.  A  Letter  from  the  Bishop 
of  Toi-onto,  to  the  Honourable  A.  N.  Morin,  Commissioner  of 
Crown  Lands.  Toronto:  Thompson  ^  Co.,  pri>iters,  King  St. 
East.    1854.    i2mo,  pp.  27.  CAN.ARCH.,  h.  92639 

[Strachan].  The  Clergy  Reserves.  A  Letter  from  the  Lord 
Bishop  of  Toronto  to  the  Duke  of  Newcastle,  Her  IVIajestv's  Secre- 
tary for  the  Colonies.  Toronto:  Printed  at  the  "Churchman"  Of- 
fice, Corner  of  King  and  Nelson  Streets,   md  ccc  Lin.    8vo,  pp.  27. 

can.arch.,  h.  92640 

Strachan.  A  Discourse  on  the  Character  of  King  George  the 
Thiitl.    .Xddrcssed  to  the  Tnhahit.nnts  of  British  America.    By  the 


STRACHAN    (jOHn).  77 

Rev.  John  Strachan  .  .  .  Montreal:    Printed  by  Nahum  Mower. 

l8lO.    8vo,  pp.  87.  B.,  CAN.ARCH.  92641 

Strachan.  Extracts  from  a  Charge  delivered  to  the  Clergy  of 
the  Diocese  of  Toronto,  at  the  Primary  Visitation,  on  the  9th  Sept. 
1 84 1,  by  the  Right  Reverend  John  Strachan  .  .  .  London:  Riving- 
tonsy  St.  PauPs  Church-Yard  and  Waterloo-Place.  Burns,  1 7, 
Portnian-Street.  ...  [1841.]  [Colophon:]  R.  Clay,  Printer., 
Bread  Street  Hill.    l6mo,  pp.  24.   B.,  BM.,  can. arch.,  uts.  92642 

For  a  complete  edition,  sec  Charge,  above. 

[Strachan].  ...  A  Journal  of  Visitation  to  the  Western  Por- 
tion of  his  Diocese,  by  tlie  Lord  Bishop  of  Toronto,  in  tlie  autumn 
of  1842.  London:  Printed  for  the  Society  for  the  Propagation  of 
the  Gospel;  sold  by  Rivingtons,  Hatchard,  and  Burns.  1 844.  [Verso 
of  title:]  Loyidon:  R.  Clay,  Printer,  Bread  Street  Hill.  i6mo, 
pp.  iv,  60.  Folded  map.  ba.,  bm.,  gts.,  nyp.,  uts.  +  Third 
Edition.  London:  Printed  for  the  Society  for  the  Propagation  of 
the  Gospel;  sold  by  Rivingtons,  St.  Paul's  Churchyard  and  Water- 
loo Place;  Burns,  Portman  Street;  Hatchards,  Piccadilly ;  T.  B. 
Sharpe,  Skinner  Street,  Snow  Hill;  and  by  all  Booksellers.  1 846. 
[Same  printer's  imprint.]    i6mo,  pp.  64.   Frontispiece  folded  map. 

BM.,  C,  MINNHS.,  NYP.,  Y.  92643 

With  heading:  "The  Church  in  Canada."    Forms  no.  i  of  the  series,  "The  Church 
in  the  Colonies."    Improved  title  of  no.  i  3004,  vol.  4.. 

Strachan.  A  Letter  from  the  Hon.  and  Venerable  Dr. 
Strachan  ...  to  Dr.  Lee,  d.d..  Convener  of  a  Committee  of  the  Gen- 
eral Assembly  of  the  Church  of  Scotland.  Printed  at  the  Herald 
Ojfice,Ki7igston,U.C.    1829.    l2mo,pp.  29.      can. arch.  92644 

Title  from  the  printed  catalogue  of  the  above  library,  19;!,  no.  1287. 

Strachan.  A  Letter  to  the  Congregation  of  St.  James'  Church, 
York,  U.  Canada,  occasioned  by  the  Hon.  John  Elmsley's  publica- 
tion, of  the  Bishop  of  Strasbourg's  observations  .  .  .  By  John  Strachan 
.  .  .  York:  Printed  by  Robert  Stanton.  [Colophon:]  Printed  by 
R.  Stanton,  No.  164,  King-Street,  York.    [  1834.]    8vo,  pp.  96. 

Dated  on  p.  3,  ist  January  1834.  CAN.ARCH.,  GTS.,  NYP.  92645 

[Strachan].  A  Letter  to  the  Rev.  Thomas  Chalmers,  d.d. 
Professor  of  Divinity  in  the  University  of  Edinburgh,  on  the  Life 
and  Character  of  the  Right  Reverend  Dr.  Hobart,  Bishop  of  New- 
York,  North-America.  New-York:  Published  by  Swords,  Stanford, 
and  Co.  No.  1^2  Broadway.    1832.    8vo,  pp.  56. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  CAN.ARCH.,  CU.,  GTS.,  HSP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92646 


78  STRACHAN   (jOHN). 

Signed  at  end  by  John  Strachan,  and  dated  at  York,  Upper-Canada,  8th  May,  1832. 
Relates  to  Dr.  John  Henry  Hobart. 

[Strachan].  A  Letter  to  the  Right  Hon.  Lord  John  Russell, 
on  the  present  state  of  the  church  in  Canada.  By  John  Lord  Bishop 
of  Toronto.  London:  George  Belly  186,  Fleet  Street.  185 1. 
[Verso  of  title:]    London:    Clay^  Printer y  Bread  Street  Hill.    8vo, 

pp.  22.  BM.,  CAN.ARCH.,  UTS.  92647 

Strachan.  A  Letter  to  the  Right  Honourable  the  Earl  of  Sel- 
kirk, on  his  settlement  at  the  Red  River,  near  Hudson's  Bay.  By 
John  Strachan  .  .  .  London:  Printed  for  Longman,  Hurst,  Rees, 
Or?ney  ^  Brown;  W.  Blackwoody  Edinburgh;  IV.  Turnbull, 
Glasgoiv;  A.  Brown  &'  Co.  and  James  Strachany  Aberdeen.  1 8 1 6. 
[Verso  of  title:]  D.  Chalmers  &  Co.  Printers y  Aberdeen.  8vo, 
pp.  76.  c,  H.,  heh.,  nyh.,  peab.  92648 

The  verso  of  p.  59  is  blank.  The  nyh.  copy  lacks  the  postscript,  pp.  61-76,  indicating 
that  some  copies  may  have  been  issued  without  it. 

Strachan.  Letter  to  Thomas  Jefferson,  Esq.,  Ex-president  of 
the  United  States,  in  reference  to  a  comparison  of  certain  proceedings 
of  the  British  and  Americans  during  the  war.   1815.   Pp.  16.  92649 

Title  from  Morgan's  "Bibllotheca  Canadensis,"  1867.  Reprinted  in  the  appendix 
to  W.  F.  Coffin's  "1812;  The  War  and  its  Moral,"  1864,  pp.  273-285,  with  a  note 
that  it  Is  extracted  from  the  Report  of  the  Loyal  and  Patriotic  Society  of  Upper  Canada, 
1817.  Winsor,  vol.  7,  p.  435,  refers  to  these  two  editions,  but  does  not  mention  a 
separate  edition. 

Strachan.  Letters  to  the  Honourable  William  Morris,  being 
Strictures  on  the  correspondence  of  that  gentleman  with  the  Colonial 
Office,  as  a  delegate  from  the  Presbyterian  Body  in  Canada.  By 
John  Strachan  .  .  .  Cobourgy  U.  C:  Printed  by  R.  D.  Chattertony 
at  the  Office  of  "The  Church."    1838.    l6mo,  pp.  57. 

CAN.ARCH.  92650 

Title  from  the  printed  catalogue  of  the  above  library,  1931,  no.  1673.  For  Morris' 
reply,  see  no.  50881,  vol.  12.   can. arch. 

[Strachan].  Observations  on  a  "Bill  for  uniting  the  Legis- 
lative Councils  and  Assemblies  of  the  provinces  of  Lower  Canada 
and  Upper  Canada  in  one  Legislature,  and  to  make  further  provision 
for  the  government  of  the  said  provinces."  London:  Printed  by 
W.  Clozvesy  Northumberland-Court,   mdcccxxiv.    l2mo,  pp.  (4), 

41,(1).  CAN.ARCH.,  H.  (law).  92651 

Attributed  to  Strachan  in  the  "Catalogue  of  Pamphlets  in  the  Public  Archives  of 
Canada,"  193  i. 

Strachan.  Observations  on  the  Provision  made  for  tlie  main- 
tenance of  a  Protestant  Clergy,  in  the  Provinces  of  Upper  and 


STRACHAN   (jOHn).  79 

Lower  Canada,  under  the  3  I  st  Geo.  Ill  Cap  3  I .  By  John  Strachan 
.  .  .  London:  Printed  by  R.  Gilbert,  St.  John's  Square.  1 827.  8\'o, 
pp.  44.   Chart.  BM.,  CAN, ARCH.  92652 

This  and  the  two  following  titles  from  the  "Catalogue  of  Pamphlets  In  the  Public 
Archives  of  Canada,"  1931,  nos.  1223,  2460,  and  231 1,  respectively. 

[Strachan].  Pastoral  Address,  to  the  clergy  and  laity  of  the 
Diocese  of  Toronto,  by  John,  Lord  Bishop  of  Toronto,  [n.  /».] 
1852.   24010,  pp.  8.  CAN.ARCH.  92653 

[Strachan]  .  Pastoral  Letter  to  Clergy  and  Laity  of  the  Diocese 
of  Toronto.  Toro«/o.-    1854.   8vo,  pp.  6.  can.arch.  92654 

Strachan.  The  Poor  Man's  Preservative  against  Popery.  Part  L 
.  .  .  By  John  Strachan  .  .  .  Toronto:  Printed  and  Published  by  G.  P. 
Bull,  Courier  Office,  Market  House.    1 834.    8vo,  pp.  (2),  54. 

An  early  Toronto  imprint.   In  former  years  the  tovin  was  called  York.  92655 

Strachan.  Remarks  on  Emigration  from  the  United  Kingdom : 
by  John  Strachan  .  .  .  addressed  to  Robert  Wilmot  Horton,  Esq., 
M.P.  Chairman  of  the  Select  Committee  of  Emigration  in  the  last 
Parliament.  London:  John  Murray,  Albemarle-strcct.  mdccc- 
XXVII.  [Verso  of  title:]  London:  Printed  by  William  Clowes , 
Stamford-street.    8vo,  pp.  96.  EM.,  nyh.,  whs.  92656 

[Strachan].  Secular  State  of  the  Church,  in  the  Diocese  of 
Toronto,  Canada  West.  [n.  f.    1850?]  8vo,  pp.  40,  xix. 

can.arch.  92657 

This  and  the  following  title  from  the  printed  catalogue  of  the  above  library,  1931, 
nos.  2213  and  1024,  respectively. 

Strachan.  A  Sermon  on  the  Death  of  the  Honourable  Richard 
Cartwright;  with  a  short  account  of  his  Life.  Preached  at  Kingston, 
on  the  3d  of  September,  1815.  By  John  Strachan  .  .  .  Montreal: 
Printed  by  W .  Gray,  1816.    8vo,  pp.  56.  can.arch.  92658 

Strachan.  A  Sermon,  preached  at  York,  Upper  Canada,  on  the 
third  of  June,  being  the  day  appointed  for  a  General  Thanksgiving. 
By  the  Rev'd.  John  Strachan,  d:d:  Montreal:  Printed  by  William 

Grrty.   I  8  14.    8vo,pp.38.  C,  CAN.ARCH.,  HEH.  92659 

Strachan.  A  Sermon,  preached  at  York,  Upper  Canada,  third 
of  July,  1825,  on  the  Death  of  the  late  Lord  Bishop  of  Quebec,  by 
John  Strachan,  d.d.  Kingston.  Printed  by  James  Macjarlane. 
1826.  8vo,  pp.  34,  slip  of  errata  pasted  on  blank  leaf  following  p.  34. 

See  also,  Ryerson  (E.),  no.  74549,  vol.  18.  NYH.  92660 


8o  STRACHAN    (jOHn). 

Strachan.  a  Sermon  preached  in  Upper  Canada.  l8l2.  l2mo. 

Title  from  Morgan's  "Bibliotheca  Canadensis,"  1867.  Q^DDI 

Strachan.  A  Speech  of  the  Venerable  John  Strachan  ...  in  the 
Legislative  Council,  Thursday  Sixth  March,  1828:  on  the  subject 
of  The  Clergy  Reserves.  ...  York,  U.  C:  Printed  by  Robert 
Stanton.    [1828.]    8vo,  pp.  43,        can. arch. ,  H.,  P.,  whs.  92662 

Title  from  the  "Catalogue  of  the  Pamphlets  in  the  Public  Archives  of  Canada," 
I9;(  I,  no.  I  261 . 

For  Letters  in  reply  to  Strachan,  see  Ryerson  (E),  no.  74564,  vol.  18. 

Strachan.  Triennial  Visitation  and  Proceedings  of  the  Church 
Synod  of  the  Diocese  of  Toronto.   Toronto.    1853.   Pp-  I9-   92663 

Title  from  Morgan's  "Bibliotheca  Canadensis,"  1867. 

[Strachey  (William)],  e/i.  For  the  Colony  in  Virginea  Brit- 
annia.  Lavves  Diuine,  Morall  and  Martiall,  &c.   See  Virginia. 

Strachey.  The  Historic  of  Travaile  into  Virginia  Britannia; 
expressing  the  Cosmographie  and  Comodities  of  the  Country,  to- 
gither  with  the  Manners  and  Customes  of  the  People.  Gathered 
and  observed  as  well  by  those  who  went  first  thither  as  collected  by 
William  Strachey,  Gent.,  the  first  Secretary  of  the  Colony.  Now 
first  edited  from  the  Original  Manuscript,  in  the  British  Museum, 
by  R.  H.  Major,  Esq.,  of  the  British  Museum.  London:  Printed 
jor  the  Hakluyt  Society,  m.dccc.xlix.  [Verso  of  title:]  Richards, 
100,  St.  Martin's  Lane.  8vo,  pp.  viii,  xxxvi,  (4),  203.  5  plates, 
folded  map,  and  facsimile,     aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  c,  cu.,  h.,  heh.,  m., 

MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.,  PEAB.,  WHS.,  Y.  92664 

With  series  title:   Works  issued  by  the  Hakluyt  Society.  .  .  . 

The  above  is  printed  from  the  Sloane  ms.  1622  in  the  British  Museum,  which  is 
dedicated  to  Sir  Francis  Bacon.  This  is  one  of  three  known  contemporary  copies  of 
the  narrative,  the  others  being  the  Ashmole  ms.  1758  in  the  Bodleian  Library,  dedi- 
cated to  Sir  Allen  Apsley,  and  a  third  dedicated  to  Henry  Percy,  ninth  E  irl  of  North- 
umberland, sold  at  the  sale  of  his  descendant,  Lord  Leconlield,  at  Sotheby's  April 
24th,  1928,  which  is  described  fully  in  the  catalogue  of  that  sale,  lot  no.  142.  Tlic  bm. 
copy  was  evidently  presented  the  latest  of  the  three  as  it  is  dedicated  to  Bacon  as  Lord 
High  Chancellor,  an  office  to  which  he  was  appointed  in  1618,  and  erasures  are  made 
in  statements  in  the  text  to  make  them  apply  to  a  later  date.  The  others  were  probably 
both  written  in  1612,  the  discovery  of  Columbus  being  alluded  to  as  "since  120  yea  res," 
Prince  Henry  being  still  alive,  i.e.  before  November  6,  l6l2.  In  the  Sotheby  cata- 
logue it  is  stated  that  "all  three  mss.  are  in  the  same  handwriting,  undoubtedly  that  of 
a  professional  scribe,  and  not  of  Strachey  himself,  as  was  believed  by  the  Hakluyt 
editor."    Sre  also  Brown's  "Genesis,"  vol.  2,  1891,  pp.  '562-568. 

I'.issagcs  in  the  work  are  the  same  as  some  in  Cipt  lin  John  Smith's  "Map  of  Vir- 
ginia," 1612.  The  second  part  of  that  work  was  revised  by  "W.  S."  It  was  reprinted 
in  Smitli's  "C.enerall  Historic  of  Virginia,"  1624,  with  the  statement  that  it  was  pre- 
pared by  "William  Simons"  /.  c.  Simmonds.  Possibly  Strachey's  narrative  was  one 
of  those  "of  divers  other  diligent  observers"  u=ed  by  Simmonds  though  his  name  was 
nnt  nu-ntinned  spccilic.iliy  in  the  !i«t  of  authorities. 


STRACHEY.  8 1 

"A  Dictionaric  of  the  Indian  Language"  f.'svni:,  pp.  i  Si  — 196'.  This  is  fruni  tlie 
Bodleian  manuscript  evidently,  as  Brown  states  that  it  is  not  included  in  the  British 
Museum  copy. 

The  map  is  a  lithograph  based  on  the  third  state  of  Captain  Jobn  Smith's  map  of 
Virginia,  but  with  some  omissions.  The  pl.Ttes  are  from  etcliings  by  Mrs.  Sarah  E. 
Major  of  "Powhatan  surrounded  by  his  wives"  taken  from  Smith's  map  but  not  in- 
cluded in  the  lithograph,  and  of  Indian  figures  and  scenes  from  De  Bry.  The  facsimile 
is  of  the  signatures  to  a  letter  from  Lord  Delaware  to  the  patentees  including  that  of 
Strachey. 

Chapters  5—10  of  the  Second  Book  were  reprinted  in  Mass.  Hist.  Soc.  "Collecti(ms," 
4th  ser.,  vol.  I,  1852,  pp.  219—246,  and  chapters  7—10  in  the  Maine  Hist.  Soc. 
"Collections,"  vol.  3,  1853,  pp.  279—309. 

Strachey.  Proceedings  of  the  English  Colonic  in  Virginia.  Src 
Smith  (John),  Map  of  Virginia,  no.  82832,  vol.  20.   B.,  nyp. 

The  W.  S.  whose  initials  appear  as  reviser  of  the  Proceedings  was  Rev.  William 

Symonds,   not  William  Strachey.     Mention  of  this   is   made  because  of  a  cross   refer- 
ence from  S.   (W.). 

Stradanus  (Joannes).  Americae  |  Retectio,  |  [At  foot  of  first 
plate:]  Joannes  Stradan.  inven.  |  Adrianus  ColLaert  scalp,  [sic]  | 
Phis  Galle  exciid'it.  \  [Antiverp.  1585?]  Oblong  folio,  4  plates  (l. 
3,  and  4  numbered),  S}^  b}'  1 1  inches,  c.s.brigham.  +  [A  later 
impression,  cross  hatchings  having  been  added  in  the  background  of 
the  portraits  in  the  upper  part  of  the  first  plate,  and  the  number  "2" 
in  the  lower  right  hand  corner  of  the  second.  Antwerp.  159—?] 
Oblong  folio,  4  numbered  plates,  amer.type  founders  CO.,  nyp. 
+  [  A  much  later  impression,  with  the  first  plate  in  still  another  state, 
the  letters  "aa"  having  been  added  in  the  upper  right  hand  corner, 
and  in  the  inscriptions,  scalp,  corrected  to  sculp,  and  the  name  of 
Phis  Galle  changed  to  that  of  his  grandson,  loan.  Galle.  Anttverp. 
16—?]    Oblong  folio,  4  numbered  plates.   C.s.brigham.        92665 

From  the  dates  of  birth  and  death  of  Stradanus,  1523?  or  1536?— 1605,  Adrian 
Collaert,  1560— 1618,  and  Philip  Galle,  1537-1612,  it  is  evident  that  the  first,  and 
probably  the  second  impression,  must  have  been  made  about  the  end  of  the  i6th  or 
beginning  of  the  17th  century,  and  at  Antwerp  where  Collaert  and  Galle  were  engrav- 
ers, the  latter  a  printseller  as  well.  Jan  Galle  was  born  in  1600,  and  died  in  1676, 
so  that  the  third  would  hardly  have  been  published  until  after  1620.  See  Nagler's 
"Ncues  allgemeines  Kijnstler-Lcxikon,"  vol.  19,  191 2,  Thieme  and  Becker's  ".\llge- 
meines  Lexikon,"  vol.  7,  191 2,  vol.  13,  1920,  and  Wurzbach's  "Niederllindisches 
Kiinstler-Lexikon,"  vol.  2,  1910. 

The  first  plate  has  the  heading  described  above,  below  which  are  vignette  portraits 
of  "Americvs  Vespvccivs  Florcntinvs,"  and  "Christophorvs  Colvmbvs  Genvensis." 
The  centre  of  the  engraving  is  a  representation  of  the  globe  showing  Europe,  Africa, 
the  West  Indies,  and  the  eastern  coast  of  North  and  South  America.  This  is  sup- 
ported on  the  recumbent  form  of  Oceanus,  while  Flora  and  Janus  stand  on  either  side. 
Below  is  shown  part  of  Italy,  especially  the  Mediterranean  coast,  with  the  represen- 
tations of  several  towns  and  cities,  including  Florence  and  Genoa.  At  the  foot,  beside 
the  names  of  artist,  engraver,  and  publisher,  as  given  above,  are  the  following  inscrip- 
tions: Qvis  potis  est  dignvm  pollenti  pectore  carmen  |  Condere  pro  rervm  maiestate, 
hisqve  repertis?  |  Lvdovico,  et  Aloyzio  |  Almanijs  fratrib.  nobil.  Flor.  |  Joannes 
Strada,  inven.  d.d. 


82  STRADANUS. 

The  letters  "aa"  added  in  the  left  hand  upper  corner  of  the  latest  state  of  the  first 
plate  suggest  that  this  impression  of  the  plates  may  have  been  used  to  illustrate  some 
larger  work.  This  state  shows  faint  traces  of  the  name  "Phis"  erased  to  be  replaced 
by  the  name  of  the  grandson,  "loan."  Galle. 

The  other  three  plates  represent  in  turn  Columbus,  Vespuccius  and  Magellan,  stand- 
ing or  sitting  in  the  prows  of  their  vessels,  and  surrounded  in  the  sea  or  air  by  myth- 
ological and  allegorical  figures.  At  the  foot  of  the  respective  plates  are  the  following 
inscriptions: 

Christophorvs  Colvmbvs  Ligvr  terroribus  Occani  superatis  alterius  pacne  Orbis 
regiones  a  se  inventas  Hispanis  regibus  addixit.  An.  salutis  m.viiid.  |  (In  the  later 
impressions    the  number  "2"  has  been  added  in  the  lower  right  hand  corner.) 

Americvs  Vespvccics  Florentinvs  portentosa  navigatione  ad  Occasum  atque  ad 
Austrum  duas  Orbis  terrarum  partes,  nostris  oris  quas  |  incolinius  maiores,  et  nullis 
antea  nobis  notas  s,-eculis,  aperuit.  quarum  alteram  de  suo  nomine  American:  morta- 
lium  consensus  nominavit.   An.  sal.  m.  hid.  | 

Ferdinandes  Magalanes  Lvsitanvs  anfractuoso  eurlpo  superato,  et  telluri  ad 
Austrum  nomen  dedit,  |  eiusque  navis  omnium  prima  atq'ue  novissima  Solis  cursum  in 
terris  asmulata,  terrae  totius  globum  circumijt.  An  sal.  m.d.xxii.  | 

A  few  slight  changes  have  been  made  in  the  above  inscriptions  in  order  to  conform 
to  modern  typography. 

In  the  Stokes  collection  at  nvp.  is  what  may  be  either  an  earlier  engraving  or  a  re- 
engraving  of  plate  3.  Easily  noted  differences  are  as  follows:  the  inscription,  "Ameri. 
Vespvc,"  directly  beneath  the  figure  of  Vespuccius  is  omitted;  the  tassel  hanging  from 
the  quadrant  in  his  right  hand  is  lacking;  the  implement  held  by  the  nereid  at  the  left 
of  the  ship  is  thrust  through  the  wrist  of  the  human  arm  she  impales,  while  in  the 
other  engraving  the  implement  passes  only  through  the  upper  part  of  the  arm.  There 
are  also  perceptible  differences  in  the  engraving  of  the  inscription  below  the  picture. 

The  set  of  the  plates  in  the  library  of  the  American  Type  Founders  Company, 
Jersey  City,  N.  J.,  is  mounted  on  one  leaf  in  a  large  volume  of  about  300  mounted 
plates  engraved  after  Stradanus. 

Wilberforce  Fames  calls  attention  to  the  fact  that  in  the  series  of  Tross's  catalogues 
for  1873,  no.  9,  lot  no.  4396,  the  four  original  copper  plates  from  which  these  prints 
were  made,  in  oblong  folio,  were  offered  for  sale  at  500  francs.  The  description  of  the 
set  was  accompanied  by  a  reproduction  from  the  Vespucci  plate.  It  is  possible  that 
modern  impressions  from  the  plates  may  appear  upon  the  market. 

The  four  plates  were  reengravcd,  reversed  and  on  a  smaller  scale,  for  part  4  of 
De  Dry's  Great  Voyages,  first  printed,  Frankfurt,  1594,  two  being  found  above  the 
text  on  the  third  and  fourth  preliminary  leaves,  and  the  others  as  nos.  vi  and  xv  of 
the  plates  bound  at  the  end  of  the  part.  The  title,  Americae  Retectio,  and  the  names 
of  Columbus  and  Vespuccius  on  the  vignette  portraits  are  repeated,  but  the  other 
inscriptions  are  omitted.  The  name  of  Stradanus  does  not  appear.  These  engravings 
appear  in  other  editions  of  De  Bry,  and  reproductions  of  the  fourth  plate  in  the 
abridgment  of  1617,  and  in  Gottfriedt's  "HIstoria  Antipodum,"  1631,  another 
abridgment. 

Most  of  the  above  information  regarding  the  various  states  of  the  plates  of  the 
"Americae  Retectio"  supplied  by  C.  S.  Brigham  and  Wilberforce  Fames. 

Stradanus.  Nova  Reperta.  |  [At  foot  of  first  plate:]  loan. 
Stradanus  tnuent.  C.  de  Mnllcry  excu.  \  Aloys'io  Alamannio  Flor^P  \ 
J.  Strad.  invent.  DD.  \  [Antwerp.  i6oo?]  Oblong  4to,  engraved 
title  and  9  numbered  plates,  8  by  loj  2  inches. 

AMER.TVPE  FOUNDERS  CO.,  BM.  92666 

The  approximate  date  is  assigned  fmm  the  dates  of  birth  and  death  of  Stradanus, 

1523?    or   i536?-i6o';,   Philippe   Galle,    1537-1612,   Theodore  Galle,    1571-1633, 

Carcl  de  Mallery,  11:71-1635,  and  loan.  Coliaert  (prob.ibly  the  second),  I  566-1628. 

See  Thicmc  and  Becker's  and  Nagler's  compilations  cited  above. 


STRADANUS.  83 


A  series  of  nine  plates  depicting  recent  discoveries  and  inventions.  For  a  second 
scries  with  ten  plates,  see  below.  The  American  Type  Founders  Company  copy  of  the 
sets  is  mounted  in  the  volume  of  engravings  after  Stradanus  mentioned  above. 

In  the  first  set  only  the  title  and  plate  I  have  American  interest,  and  in  the 
second,  only  plate  18. 

The  title,  which  is  unnumbered,  contains  small  numbered  pictures  of  the  inven- 
tions and  discoveries  which  are  depicted  in  more  detail  in  the  nine  plates  of  the  first 
series  which  follow.  A  key  at  the  foot  of  the  title  explains  what  each  number  rep- 
resents. The  representation  of  plate  1  on  the  title  is  a  map  of  North  and  South 
America,  encircled  by  the  inscription:  "Americvs  Vespvccivs  Florent.  retcctor  et 
denominator.  Christopher  Colvmbvs  Genvens.  inuentor." 

Plate  I  has  the  following  inscription  at  the  foot:  America.  |  Americen  Americus 
retexit,  et  Semel  vocauit  inde  semper  excitam.  |  loan.  Stradanus  inuent.  \  Theodor. 
Galle  sculp.  C.  de  Mallery  excud.  \ 

Vespuccius  is  shown  landing  on  American  shores  and  being  greeted  by  an  Indian 
woman  sitting  on  a  rope  hammock  hung  between  two  trees.  In  the  background  a 
native  family  are  sitting  around  an  open  fire  roasting  a  human  leg  on  a  spit.  At  the 
left  is  the  ocean  and  one  ship  not  far  from  shore.  A  small  boat  is  drawn  up  to  the 
shore. 

Plates  2-9  of  the  series  have  the  inscriptions:  loan.  Stradanus  inuent.  Phils.  Galle 
excud.   Their  titles  are  as  follows: 

Plate  2.    "Lapis  Polaris,  Magnes." 

Plate  3.   "Pvlvis  Pyrivs." 

Plate  4.    "Impressio  Librorvm." 

Plate  5.   "Horologia  Ferrea." 

Plate  6.    "Hyacvm,  et  lues  venerea." 

Plate  7.    "Distillatio." 

Plate  8.    "Ser,  sive  sericvs  vermis." 

Plate  9.    "Stapha:,  sive  stapedes." 

Quaritch's  "General  Catalogue,"  vol.  i,  1887,  p.  70,  describes  a  collection  of  sixty 
original  drawings  of  sports,  etc.,  by  Stradanus,  among  which  is  "a  portrait  of  'Ameri- 
cus Vespucius  Florent,  1497,'  landing  in  the  New  World,  his  ship  in  the  background, 
America  in  the  shape  of  an  Indian  woman  receiving  him."  This  is  probably  the  orig- 
inal drawing  of  plate  i  of  "Nova  Reperta." 

Stradanus.  [Nova  Reperta.  Second  series.  Antwerf.  1600?] 
Oblong  4to,  I  opiates  numbered  10—19.   8  by  lO^  inches. 

AMER.TYPE  founders  CO.,  BM.  92667 

This  series  issued  in  continuation  was  apparently  an  afterthought,  as  plates  10—19 
were  not  described  on  the  title  page  of  the  first  series  entered  above.  Probably  no  sep- 
arate title  was  issued  as  there  is  none  with  the  set  belonging  to  the  American  Type 
Founders  Company,  and  the  bm.  printed  catalogue  describes  the  19  plates  as  a  single 
series. 

Plate  18  alone  has  American  interest. 

Plates  10—14,  16,  and  19,  have  the  inscriptions:  loan.  Stradanus  inuent.  Phis. 
Galle  excud.  Plates  15  and  17:  loan.  Stradanus  inuent.  loan.  Collaert  sculp.  Phis 
Galle  excud.    Plate  18  as  described  below. 

Their  titles  are  as  follows: 

Plate  10.    "Mola  Aqvaria." 

Plate  1 1.    Mola  alnta." 

Plate  12.    "Olevm  alivarvm." 

Plate  13.    "Saccharvm." 

Plate  14.    "Color  olivi." 

Plate  15.    "Conspicilla." 

Plate  16.    "Orbis  Longitvdines  repertae  e  magnetis  a  polo  declinatione." 

Plate  17.    "Politvra  Armorvm." 


84  STRAET. 

Plate  18  has  the  following  lines  at  the  foot:  Astrolabivm.  |  Americus  Vespuccius, 
cum  quattuor  Stcllis  cruccm  silente  nocte  repperit.  |  [At  foot  of  Insert:]  loan. 
Stradanus  invent.   loan-.  Collaert  sculp.  \  C.  de  Mallery  excudit.  \ 

Vespuccius  Is  shown  at  night  standing  on  shore  by  a  small  table,  taking  observa- 
tions from  the  stars.  Near  him  are  three  sleeping  companions.  At  the  right  is  a 
small  boat  tied  to  a  stake  on  the  shore.    Not  far  out  at  sea  are  two  ships. 

At  the  left  Is  an  insert  containing  a  portrait  of  Dante,  with  the  following  inscrip- 
tion on  the  left  side:  Danthes  |  Aligerius  |  Florentinus  I  Poeta,  Anno  |  Sal.  m.ccc.  | 
descripsit  |  mi.  Stellas  |  Antarctic:is  |  cap^  pr"  purg.  |  [And  on  the  right  side,  the 
following:]  His  verbis  |  ab  Americo  |  Vespuccio  |  In  suls  |  Epistolis  |  adductis.  | 

Beneath  the  portrait  are  six  lines  in  Italian,  followed  by  a  Latin  translation,  from 
the  first  canto  of  Dante's  Purgatory,  beginning  "lo  mi  vols!  a  man  destra  ..." 

Plate  19.    "Scvlptvra  in  2S." 

Plates  4,  5  and  ig  are  reproduced  on  a  small  scale  in  "Feest-Bundel  Dr.  Abraham 
Bredius,"  vol.  2,  [1915],  leaves  85  and  86,  nyp.  Plate  4  is  also  reproduced  on  a 
small  scale  in  the  catalogue  of  the  Morgner  sale  at  the  Anderson  Galleries,  March 
4—5,  1925,  no.  415.  The  Morgner  copy  of  the  two  series  of  "Nova  Reperta,"  which 
apparently  lacked  one  plate,  was  bought  by  Walter  M.  Hill  of  Chicago. 

Straet  (Jan  van  der).  5d'^  Stradanus  (Joannes). 

Strafford  Conference,  N.  H.  Anniversaries  of  Strafford 
County.  Proceedings  of  the  Strafford  Conference  and  of  the  Aux- 
ih'ary  Education,  Bible,  Home  Missionary,  Sabbath  School,  Tract, 
and  Sacred  Musical  Societies.  Holden  at  Moultonborough,  N.  H. 
May  19,  20  &  21,  1835.  Giimanton:  Advocate  Press — Alfred 
Prescotty  Printer.    1835.    8vo,  pp.  32.  UTS.  92668 

Also:  Anniversaries  of  Strafford  County.  .  .  .  Holden  at  Sandbornton,  N.  H.  June, 
1837.    Gilmanion,  li'^y.    heh. 

Strain  (Isaac  G. ).  Cordillera  and  Pampa,  Mountain  and  Plain. 
Sketches  of  a  Journey  in  Chili,  and  the  Argentine  Provinces,  in 
1849.  -^y  Lieut.  Isaac  G.  Strain,  U.  S.  N.,  Corresponding  Member 
of  the  Academy  of  Natural  Sciences  of  Philadelphia;  of  the  His- 
torical and  Geographical  Institute  of  Brazil;  Ethnological  Society 
of  New  York,  &c.  Ne-:v  York:  Horace  H.  Moore,  2~  Merchants* 
Exchange.  1853.  [Verso  of  title:]  Printed  h\  C.  \V .  Benedicty 
20 1  William  Street,  N.  Y.    1 2 mo,  pp.  295,  errata  (  i  ). 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  NVH.,  NYP.,  P.,  WHS.,  V.  92669 
P.  14  misnunibered  4. 

Si'RAiN.  A  Pa[-)er  on  the  History  and  Prospects  of  Interoccanic 
Communication  by  the  American  Isthmus,  read  by  Lieut.  I.  C  [sic]. 
Strain  .  .  .  before  the  New  ^'ork  Historical  Societv,  June  17,  1856. 
New  York:  Charles  Vinten,  Printer,  100  NassaK  Street.  1 856.  8vo, 

pp.  27.  B.,  C,  NYP.,  V.  92670 

Translated  into  Swedish,  HlocklioUn,  1869.    ite-x. 

The  I  Strait  Gate  |  And  The  |  Narrow  Way,  |  Infinitely  pref- 
erable I  To  The  I  Wide  Gate  I  And  The  I  Broad  Way.  I  Two  Scr- 


STRAIT-CREEK.  85 

mons,  I  Upon  Matth.  vii.  13,  14.  |  Wherein  the  several  Advan- 
tages I  and  Disadvantages,  with  the  |  respective  Ends  of  a  Wicked 
and  I  a  Pious  Life  are  compared.  |  And  Unconverted  Sinners  are 
here-  |  upon  exhorted  and  perswaded  to  |  consider  of  their  Ways, 
and  to  I  turn  and  live  to  God,  |  Boston:  Printed  for  D.  Hcnch-  \ 
man,  at  his  Shof  In  Corn-hill.    1729.  |  l2mo,  pp.  (2),  103. 

AAS.,  B.,  M.  92671 

Attributed  by  Gushing  to  Joshua  Gee.    Improved  title  of  no.  26832,  vol.  7. 

Strait-Creek  Baptist  Association,  Ohio.  Minutes  of  the 
Thirty-eighth  Anniversary  of  the  Strait-Creek  Baptist  Association. 
Held  in  the  Meeting-House  of  the  New-Market  Church,  New- 
Market,  Highland  County,  O.  August  2ist,  22d,  23d,  1852. 
Hillsborough:  Highland  News  Office  print.  1 85 2.  8vo,  pp.  12. 
Continued.  heh.  92672 

Title  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters. 

Straitsville  Iron  and  Coal  Mines,  in  Perry  County,  Ohio.  [Bos- 
ton?   1854.?]    8vo,pp.  15.  B.  92673 

A  report  of  the  assayer  to  the  state  of  Massachusetts  which  is  included  is  dated: 
Boston,  Oct.  18,  1854. 

Strane  Avventure  avvennute  in  un  Viaggio  Maritimo.  See  Viaud 
(Pierre). 

[Strang  (James  Jesse)].  Ancient  and  Modern  Michilimacki- 
nac,  including  an  Account  of  the  Controversy  between  Mackinac 
and  the  Mormons.  \_St.  James,  Mich.?']  MDCCCLIV.  8vo,  cover 
title  and  pp.  48.  c,  whs.  92674 

Improved  title  of  no.  48805,  vol.  12. 

According  to  Quaife's  "Kingdom  of  Saint  James,"  1930,  p.  190,  the  above  is  a 
reprint  of  a  series  of  articles  in  the  "Northern  Islander,"  January  to  April,  1854. 

Issues  of  the  pamphlet  with  40  pp.  are  described  in  the  catalogue  of  the  Paullin 
sale  at  the  American  Art  Association,  part  2,  April  29,  etc.,  1929,  no.  2170,  and 
in  Heartman  catalogues  for  sales  of  Jan.  18,  1930,  no.  334,  and  May  10,  1930,  no. 
no.    In  the  latter  it  is  called  the  "second  issue." 

Reprinted  with  a  supplement,  by  the  St.  Ignace  News  and  Free  Press  in  1885,  whs.; 
and  by  Wingfield  Watson  in  1894,  c,  whs. 

[Strang].    The  Book  of  the  Law  of  the  Lord.    Saint  James 
[Beaver  Island,  Mich.]?     1850?    Pp.  80.  92675 

No  copy  of  the  first  edition  has  been  located. 

The  c.  copy  of  the  second  edition  has  the  following  MS.  note  on  a  p.ige  preceding 
a  title  page  and  preliminary  pages  supplied  in  ms.:  "Lansing,  Mich.,  Sept.  21,  1895. 
The  following  title  page  and  testimony  were  published  in  a  first  edition  of  the  Book 
of  the  Law.  The  title  and  introduction  was  not  completed  for  the  last  edition  at  the 
time  of  the  murder  of  James  J.  Strang  and  the  dispersion  of  his  followers  in  June, 
1856."    [Signed:]    Chas.  J.  Strang. 

The  title  was  given  as  follows: 

VOL.  XXIV.  6 


86  STRANG  (j.  J.). 

The  book  of  the  Law  of  the  Lord  consisting  of  an  inspired  translation  of  some  of  the 
most  important  parts  of  the  Law  given  to  Moses  and  a  very  few  additional  com- 
mandments, with  brief  notes  and  references.  Printed  by  command  of  the  King  At 
the  Royal  press  Saint  James  A.  R.  I. 

The  testimony  in  ms.  is  signed:  "Samuel  Graham,  Albert  N.  Hosmcr,  Samuel  P. 
Bacon."    Information  from  Ernest  Klctsch. 

James  Jesse  Strang  (originally  called  Jesse  James  Strang),  was  a  Mormon  leader, 
who  in  1844  was  living  in  Wisconsin  at  a  place  afterward  called  by  him  Voree.  He, 
on  the  assassination  of  Joseph  Smith,  produced  a  letter  purporting  to  have  been 
written  by  the  latter  before  his  death,  prophesying  his  own  end  and  appointing  Str.Tng 
as  his  successor.  Strang's  claims  being  rejected  in  favor  of  Brigham  Young  by  the 
main  body  of  the  Latter-Day  Saints,  he  retired  to  Voree,  organized  his  own  church, 
and  set  up  a  printing  press.  The  seat  of  the  church  and  of  the  printing  press  was 
later  moved  to  "Saint  James,"  Beaver  Island,  Michigan.  It  is  possible  that  the  above 
may  have  been  printed  before  the  removal. 

Following  the  precedent  of  Smith,  Strang  hnd  visions  in  support  of  his  pretensions. 
He  also,  together  with  witnesses,  most  of  whom,  however,  later  repudiated  their  tes- 
timony, discovered  in  the  ground  metallic  plates.  These  he  claimed  to  be  an  "author- 
ized copy"  of  the  Book  of  the  Law  of  the  Lord,  kept  by  the  Jews  in  the  Ark  of  the 
Covenant,  which  had  been  "taken  by  Nephi  from  Laban,  in  Jerusalem,  (B.  of  M., 
1st  Nephi  i,)  and  brought  to  America,  in  the  time  of  Zedekiah,  King  of  Judah."  See 
Strang's  Book  of  the  Law  of  the  Lord,  1856,  p.  43.  See  also,  M.  M.  Quaife's  "The 
Kingdom  of  Saint  James,"  1930.  The  latter  states  on  p.  i88  that  in  "April,  1849, 
we  find  Alden  Hale  writing  to  the  Prophet  concerning  plans  and  procedure  for  pub- 
lishing the  'new  translations.'  The  letter  discusses  the  procuring  of  paper,  type,  and 
implements  for  binding  the  publication  .  .  .  No  copy  of  this  edition  is  known  to  be 
in  existence,  although  Wingfield  Watson  informed  the  writer  that  he  had  owned  one 
which  some  time  before  the  conversation  he  had  loaned  to  a  fellow  Saint  in  Ten- 
nessee, by  whom  it  had  not  been  returned."  According  to  Charles  J.  Strang's  explana- 
tory note  prefixed  to  the  copy  of  the  Book  of  the  Law  of  the  Lord  in  the  Detroit  Public 
Library,  the  first  edition  was  without  the  very  full  notes  included  in  that  of  i  856. 

For  what  is  probably  a  reprint  of  this  first  edition,  see  the  following  title: 

[Strang].  The  |  Book  of  the  Law  |  of  |  The  Lord  |  consisting 
of  an  inspired  translation  of  |  some  of  the  most  important  parts  of  | 
the  law  given  to  Moses,  and  a  very  |  few  additional  command- 
ments, I  with  brief  notes  and  |  references.  |  Printed  bv  command 
of  the  King  |  at  the  Royal  Press,  |  Saint  Jam.es,  |  A.  R.  I.  |  [Kansas 
City,  Mo.   Ben  T.  Short.    1930.'']    8vo,  pp.  80.  whs.  92676 

Apparently  a  reprint  of  the  first  edition.  Nine  of  the  chapters  found  In  the  second 
edition  are  omitted,  and  the  chapter  on  Baptism  for  the  Dead  is  different. 

The  notes  and  references  are  few  and  brief  as  compared  with  those  in  the  second 
edition,  entered  below. 

On  the  verso  of  the  title  is  an  announcement,  signed  by  Ben  T.  Short,  222/^  Inde- 
pendence Avenue,  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  that  "we  will  be  able  to  supply  those  who  desire 
to  investigate  our  claims,  with  copies  of  the  Book  of  the  Lord,  together  with  the 
pamphlets  which  we  hope  to  be  able  to  publish  in  the  future  in  defense  of  said  book 
.  .  .  Price  Book,  small  edition  $1.00." 

Lcglcr  in  his  article  on  "King  Stratig's  Press"  in  the  "Literary  Collector,"  vol.  8, 
1904,  p.  39,  states  that  the  "final  letters,  'A.  R.  I.'  are  doubtless  meant  to  represent 
the  words  /\nno  Regis  Primo,  'in  the  first  year  of  the  king.'  " 

The  testimony  on  the  verso  of  the  title  is  signed  by  seven  witnesses  as  in  the  last 
reissue  of  the  second  edition,  and  pp.  [7]-[8J  contain  the  same  matter  as  those  p.iges 
in  that  reissue. 

The  preface,  pp.  iii-vi,  reads  the  same  as  in  all  of  the  reissues  of  the  second  edition. 


STRANG  (j.  J.)-  87 

[Strang].  Book  of  the  Law.  Chapter  I.  The  Decalogue.  [St. 
James:  Printed  for  James  J.  Strang.  1856.]  l2mo,  pp.  [17]  — 
336.  AAS.,c.,NYP.  92677 

Another  copy  is  on  deposit  at  whs. 

Title  from  heading  of  p.  17.    No  title  page  was  printed  in  1856. 

Advertised  in  the  "Daily  Northern  Islander,"  June  20,  1856,  to  consist  of  350  pp. 

Quaife  in  his  "Kingdom  of  Saint  James,"  1930,  pp.  189—190,  states  that  the  publi- 
cation of  this  edition  was  begun  in  Strang's  paper,  the  "Northern  Islander,"  in  the 
issue  for  January  24,  1856.  The  book  was  printed  from  the  type  of  the  instalments 
in  the  newspaper,  320  copies  being  struck  off.  The  sheets  were  still  unbound  in 
June  of  that  year,  when  Strang  was  assassinated,  and  were  saved  by  his  followers 
when  a  mob  destroyed  his  printing  office.  The  sheets  were  sent  to  Racine,  where 
Benjamin  Wright,  an  apostle  in  the  Church,  and  a  father-in-law  of  Strang  took 
charge  of  them. 

The  NYP.  copy,  which  is  bound,  has  the  following  ms.  note  by  William  Berrian  on 
the  verso  of  the  third  fly-leaf:  "(Complete)  Same  as  J.  J.  Strang  own  Copy  in  pos- 
session of  one  of  his  Wives  Jany  1887.  W.  B.  There  was  no  Title  page  to  even  his 
own  copy." 

Issues  of  the  sheets  of  this  edition  preceded  by  modern  title  pages  have  appeared 
as  follows : 

[Strang].  The  |  Book  of  the  Law  |  of  |  the  Lord  |  consisting 
of  I  An  Inspired  Translation  of  some  of  the  |  Most  Important  Parts 
of  the  Law  |  given  to  Moses,  and  a  very  few  |  Additional  Com- 
mandments, I  with  Brief  Notes  and  |  References.  |  Printed  by  com- 
mayid  of  the  Kinz  I  at  the  Royal  Press  I  Saint  James  I  A .  R.  I . 
[1856.  Preliminary  pages  printed  at  least  thirty  years  after  the 
"dispersion,"  Lansing?    1890?]     l2mo,  pp.   (l),  7,  verso  blank, 

[l7]-336.  DETROIT  PL.,  MICH.S.L.  92678 

On  the  leaf  facing  the  title  is  the  following  "Explanatory"  note,  signed  by  Strang's 
son,  Chas.  J.  Strang,  at  Lansing,  Mich.  This  is  not  found  in  either  of  the  issues 
described  below. 

"This  book,  except  the  title-page,  testimony,  and  preface,  was  printed  under  the 
direct  supervision  of  the  editor,  James  Jesse  Strang,  at  his  publishing  house  in  St. 
James,  Beaver  Island,  Michigan,  during  the  winter  of  1855—6,  and  was  nearly  ready 
for  the  book-binder  at  the  time  of  his  assassination  and  the  dispersion  of  his  people 
in  June,  1856.  The  title-page,  testimony  and  preface  are  copied  from  an  earlier 
pamphlet  edition  of  the  "Law,"  which  was  published  without  the  extensive  "notes" 
which  appear  in  this  edition. 

"The  greater  portion  of  the  edition  was  destroyed  by  the  mob  which  plundered  the 
publishing  house  and  the  stores,  offices  and  homes  of  all  connected  with  the  society. 

"About  thirty  years  after  the  dispersion,  a  number  of  complete  copies  of  the  book 
came  into  my  possession  through  the  efforts  and  care  of  friends  of  the  family,  who 
had  gathered  them  up  during  the  tumultuous  reign  of  the  mob,  and  had  carefully 
preserved  them  during  the  wanderings  of  subsequent  years,  to  be  finally  given  to 
some  member  of  the  family  who  would  preserve  them  for  the  benefit  of  posterity." 

On  the  verso  of  the  title  is  the  testimony  of  three  witnesses  that  they  have  seen  and 
handled  the  plates  from  which  the  "translations"  were  made.  This  is  followed  by  a 
preface,  pp.  3—7,  and  the  sheets  of  the  work  printed  in  1856. 

Title  supplied  by  M.  M.  Quaife,  who  quotes  an  authority  for  the  approximate  date 
in  his  "Kingdom  of  Saint  James,"  p.  190. 


88  STRANG  (j.  J.). 

[Strang].  The  |  Book  of  the  Law  of  the  Lord;  |  consisting  of  | 
An  Inspired  Translation  of  Some  of  the  Most  |  Important  Parts  of 
the  Law  given  to  Moses,  |  and  a  very  few  Additional  Command-  | 
ments,  with  Brief  Notes  and  References.  |  Printed  by  command  of 
the  King  \  at  the  Royal  Press,  St.  James.  \  A.  R.  I.  |  [  1856.  Pre- 
liminary pages  printed  between  1890  and  1 900.]  l2mo,  pp.  7, 
verso  blank,  [i7]-336.  H.  92679 

As  in  the  preceding  issue,  the  testimony  on  the  verso  of  the  title  is  signed  by  three 
witnesses,  and  the  preface  forms  pp.  3—7.   The  text  consists  of  the  1856  sheets. 

Title  supplied  by  Wilberforce  Eames  from  the  Sweet  copy.  Another  copy  with  this 
title  page,  but  without  the  preface,  is  on  deposit  at  whs. 

[Strang].  The  |  Book  of  the  Law  |  of  |  the  Lord  |  consisting 
of  I  An  Inspired  Translation  of  some  of  the  most  important  |  Parts 
of  the  Law  given  to  Moses,  and  a  very  |  few  Additional  Command- 
ments, Vv'ith  I  Notes  and  References.  |  Printed  by  C ommand  of  the 
King.  I  At  the  Royal  Press,  \  Saint  James,  A.  .^.  /.  |  [  1856.  Pre- 
liminary pages  printed  circa  1920.]     l2mo,  pp.  8,  [17]— 336. 

Title  supplied  by  Wilberforce  Eames.  92DoO 

In  this  issue  the  testimony  on  verso  of  title  is  signed  by  four  additional  witnesses, 
this  is  followed  by  the  preface,  pp.  3-6,  and  table  of  contents,  7-8.  After  the  con- 
tents is  a  list  of  the  portions  of  the  work,  which  Strang  claimed  to  have  written,  or 
which  were  revealed  to  him,  the  rest  being  from  the  "plates  taken  from  Laban."  The 
text  consists  of  the  sheets  of  the  edition  printed  in  1856.  Mr.  Eames  states  that  the 
preliminary  pages  were  apparently  printed  about  1920.  A  copy  of  the  book  sold  at 
the  Anderson  Galleries,  at  a  sale  November  28—29,  1921,  is  said  to  have  a  netvly 
printed  title-page  and  contents. 

[Strang]?    Catholic  Controversy.  92681 

Title  from  H.  E.  Legler's  "Moses  of  the  Mormons"  in  Parkman  Club  "Publica- 
tions," nos.  15-16,  1897,  p.  178,  where  it  is  listed  without  imprint  or  date,  though 
said  to  be  from  Strang's  press.    Legler  states  that  he  has  been  unable  to  obtain  a  copy. 

[Strang]  ?  Collection  of  Sacred  Hymns  adopted  [sic]  to  the 
faith  and  views  of  the  Church  of  Jesus  Christ,  of  Latter-Day  Saints. 
Vorec:  Gospel  Press.    I  850.  92682 

Title  from  H.  E.  Legler's  "Moses  of  the  Mormons"  in  Parkman  Club  "Publica- 
tions," nos.  15—16,  1897,  p.  177. 

[Strang].  .  .  .  The  Diamond:  being  the  law  of  Prophetic  Suc- 
cession and  a  defense  of  the  calling  of  James  J.  Strang  as  successor 
to  Joseph  Smith,  and  a  full  exposition  of  the  law  of  God  touching 
the  succession  of  prophets  holding  the  presidency  of  the  true  church, 
and  the  proof  that  this  succession  has  been  kept  up.  Voree,  Wis., 
1848.  [St.  James?  185-?]  8vo,  pp.  16  NVP.,  WHS.  +  [St. 
/^mr.f.?  185-.?  ]    8vo,  pp.  15.  NVP.,  WHS.  92683 

Both  editions  have  caption  titles  only  with  the  heading:  "Gospel  Tract  No.  IV. — 
First  published  by  the  Church  of  Latter  Day  Saints  at  Vorec,  Wis.  184S."  The  15  pp. 
edition  is  printed  in  double  columns. 


STRANG  (j.  J.)-  89 

Signed  at  the  end,  James  J.  Strang. 

The  beginning  of  the  Diamond,  pp.  i— 11  of  the  16  pp.  edition,  was  first  issued  at 
Voree  in  the  "Gospel  Herald,"  April  27,  1848,  stopping  in  the  middle  of  the  "First 
Pastoral  Letter"  of  Strang,  with  the  note  "(To  be  continued)."  The  remainder  of  this 
letter  and  Chapter  5,  pp.  12—16  in  the  above  reprint,  were  probably  issued  in  the 
following  number  of  the  Herald  since  Chapter  5  is  dated  at  the  end,  "Voree,  May  ist, 
1848." 

[Strang].  .  .  .  The  Diamond:  A  full  exposition  of  the  law  of 
God  touching  the  succession  of  prophets  holding  the  presidency  of 
the  true  church  and  the  proof  that  this  succession  has  been  kept  up. 
Voree,  Wis.,  1848.    [St.  James.    1856.'']    8vo,  pp.  20.      c.  92684 

Caption  title.  With  heading:  "Gospel  Tracts. — No.  IV."  Quaife,  "Kingdom  of 
Saint  James,"  p.  187,  says  that  a  20  pp.  edition  was  advertised  in  the  last  issue  of 
the  Daily  Northern  Islander,  which  was  published  at  St.  James,  June  20,  1856. 

Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

An  issue  of  the  Diamond,  with  the  supplied  date,  1878,  is  listed  as  no.  2188  of  the 
catalogue  of  part  2  of  the  Paullin  sale  at  the  American  Art  Association,  April  29, 
etc.,  1929. 

Strang.  The  Prophetic  Controversy.  A  Letter  from  James  J. 
Strang  to  Mrs.  Corey.  \_St.  Jamrs?  1855?]  8vo,  pp.  49,  erratta 
[sic]  (i).  H.,  NYP.,  WHS.  92685 

Caption  title.  The  letter  itself  is  dated  "Saint  James,  Sep.  26,  1854."  In  a  footnote 
on  p.  34:  "Now  (1885)  they  [Strang  and  his  followers]  occupy  and  have  the  ex- 
clusive control  of  the  counties  of  Manitue  and  Emmet,  and  the  township  of  Drum- 
mond,  in  Chippewa  county,  Michigan  ..." 

Reprinted  without  date,  probably  before  1900,  in  an  edition  of  35  pp.  with  a  plate, 
H.,  WHS.  and  again  in  an  edition  of  38  pp.  without  the  plate,  h.,  whs. 

After  Strang's  death  a  series  of  pamphlets  was  published  in  continuation  of  his 
tract,  with  title,  "Prophetic  Controversy,"  no.  2 [—13],  consisting  of  letters  dated 
from  1887— 1918,  and  signed  either  Wingfield  Watson,  or  W.  W.  h.  No.  2  con- 
tained extracts  from  the  writings  of  John  E.  Page,  James  J.  Strang,  William  Marks, 
and  Hyrum  P.  Brown,  with  notes  by  Watson. 

[Strang].?  The  Prophetick  Discussion.  [St.  James?  1856.''] 
4to,  pp.  44.  92686 

Canvassing  the  claims  of  Strang  and  Erigham  Young.  Title  supplied  from  an 
advertisement  in  the  "Daily  Northern  Islander,"  June  20,  1856,  quoted  by  Quaife, 
"Kingdom  of  Saint  James,"  p.  187. 

Strang.  Warning  to  all  People.  By  James  J.  Strang,  Successor 
Prophet  to  Joseph  Smith.    [VoreeF    I  846.]  H.  92687 

Caption  title. 

The  H.  copy  was  apparently  a  narrow  broadside,  which  has  been  mounted  on  four 
pages.  It  contains  a  proclamation  of  the  appointment  of  Ebenezer  Page  as  Presiding 
High  Priest  of  the  Black  River  District  of  the  state  of  New  York.  Following  it  are 
several  "revelations"  of  J.  J.  Strang  received  in  1846,  1845,  and  1844. 

Dated  and  signed:  Voree,  July  9th,  1846.  James  J.  Strang,  Pres.  of  the  C.  of 
J.  C.  of  L.  D.  S. 

Also:  The  Revelations  of  James  J.  Strang.  [Boyne?  1885?]  8vo,  pp.  22. 
Plate,  c,  NYP.  Caption  title.  A  list  of  "Tracts  for  Sale"  on  p.  22  has  the  printed 
signature,  "Wingfield  Watson,  Boyne,  Charlevoix  Co.,  Mich,"  and  is  dated  in  ap- 
parently contemporary  ms.,  "Feb.  1885." 


90  STRANG   (j.  J.)- 

Strang  contributed  "Some  Remarks  on  the  Natural  History  of  Beaver  Islands"  to 
the  Smithsonian  Institution's  Annual  Report  for  1854,  1855,  pp.  282-288. 

While  his  group  was  in  Wisconsin,  Strang  published  the  "Voree  Herald,"  January, 
1846,  to  June  6,  1850,  which  for  about  a  year  was  issued  with  some  irregularity  as 
a  monthly,  and  then  became  a  weekly.  In  January,  1847,  or  earlier,  the  title  was 
changed  to  "Zion's  Reveille,"  and  with  the  issue  of  September  23,  1847,  again 
changed  to  "Gospel  Herald."  According  to  Quaife,  "Kingdom  of  Saint  James," 
p.  185,  "The  early  issues  .  .  .  were  printed  at  different  places — at  Voree,  Elkhorn,  and 
Southport,  Wisconsin,  at  Ottawa,  Illinois,  and  at  New  York  City.  In  all  ...  one 
hundred  eighty  numbers  were  issued."  nvp.  and  whs.  have  the  best  of  the  known 
files  of  the  paper,  no  complete  one  having  been  located. 

After  the  Herald  had  been  discontinued,  and  the  press  had  been  moved  to  St.  James, 
/.  e.  Reaver  Island,  Mich.,  Strang  began  the  publication  of  the  "Northern  Islander," 
an  irregularly  issued  weekly.  According  to  Quaife,  "Kingdom  of  Saint  James,"  p. 
186,  "The  first  number  was  published  December  12,  1850,  twelve  numbers  appeared 
in  1851,  twenty-six  in  1852,  three  in  1853,  twenty-five  in  1854,  and  sixteen  in  1855. 
The  issue  of  January  24,  1856,  which  summarizes  this  information,  announces  that 
both  weekly  and  daily  editions  will  be  published  in  future.  Therefore  seven  numbers 
of  the  weekly  were  published,  and  thirty-three  of  the  daily,  the  last  appearing  on 
June  20,  1856.  This  issue  contains  an  account  of  the  shooting  of  Strang,  and  a  short 
note  stating  that  because  of  it  and  of  the  general  confusion  of  affairs,  further  pub- 
lication will  be  suspended.  Of  the  thirty-three  issues  published  [of  the  daily],  copies 
of  only  one  or  two  are  known  still  to  exist."  Quaife  also  states  that  no  complete  file 
of  the  weekly  has  been  located,  though  a  "considerable  run"  of  it  was  formerly  in  the 
possession  of  Wingfield  Watson.  Photostatic  reproductions  from  this  file  are  in  the 
Burton  Historical  Collection  of  the  Detroit  Public  Library,  and  at  whs. 

The  following  pamphlet  contains  important  source  material: — A  Few  Historical 
Facts  concerning  the  Murderous  Assault  at  Pine  River  also  the  Life,  Ministry,  An- 
cestry and  Childhood  of  James  J.  Strang.  [Lansing?  1892.]  8vo,  pp.  (2),  9.  h. 
Contents:  "Northern  Islander  Extra  Sa[i]nt  James,  Thursday,  July  14,  1853, 
Murderous  Assault — .•Attack  of  Sheriff  Miller — Six  Men  Wounded!"  pp.  1—3;  "An- 
cestry and  Childhood  of  James  J.  Strang  written  by  himself  1855,"  pp.  4—7;  "... 
Murder  of  James  J.  Strang,"  from  the  "Daily  Northern  Islander,"  June  20,  1856, 
pp.  8—9.  An  explanatory  note  on  p.  7  is  signed  and  dated,  Chas.  J.  Strang,  Lansing, 
Mich.,  April  3,   1892. 

For  an  account  of  Strang's  press,  giving  reasons  for  a  belief  that  it  was  one  imported 
by  Jesuits  from  France  into  the  northwest  between  1740  and  1760,  and  after  long 
disuse  captured  by  the  Mormons,  see  a  passage  in  the  Detroit  Free  Press,  Thursday, 
July  31,  1890,  p.  12,  quoted  In  McMurtrie's  "Early  Printing  in  Michigan,"  193 1, 
PP-  323-324- 

Strang  (Jesse).  The  Authentic  Confession  of  Jesse  Strang 
executed  at  Albany,  Friday,  August  24,  1827  for  the  murder  of 
John  Whipple  as  made  to  the  Rev.  Mr.  Laccv  Rector  of  St.  Peter's 
Church,  Albany  from  the  time  of  Strang's  imprisonment  down  to 
the  hour  of  his  execution.  Published  to  the  world  at  Strang's  dying 
request!  together  with  the  account  of  his  execution  and  conduct 
under  the  gallows  .  .  .  Nciv-York:  Printed  and  -publishrd  h\  E.  M. 
Murdrn  ^  A .  Mingy  Jr.  4  Chamber-St.  No.  I  Mnrra\-Strcct  and 
6S  Division-Strrrf.    1827.    I2mo,  pp.  20.  C,  HSP.  92688 

Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Klctsch. 

Strang.  The  Confession  of  Jesse  Strang,  who  was  convicted  of 
the  murder  of  John  Whipple,  At  a  Special  Court  of  0\'er  and  Ter- 


STRANG   (jESSe).  9  I 

miner,  held  in  and  for  the  County  of  Albany,  on  the  fourth  day  of 
August  1827.  Being  a  minute  relation  of  all  the  circumstances  con- 
nected with  the  murder,  as  related  by  him,  after  his  conviction;  and 
which  he  most  solemnly  affirmed,  contained  nothing  but  the  truth. 
Made  to  C.  Pepper,  Esq.  One  of  his  Counsel.  Albany:  Printed  by 
John  B.  Van  Steenbergh.    1827.    Svo,  pp.  35. 

AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  C,  H.(lA\v),  HSP.,  NYH.,  NYP.  92689 

Strang.  The  Confession  of  Jesse  Strang,  who  was  Executed  at 
Albany,  August  24,  1827,  for  the  Murder  of  John  Whipple.  Copy 
Right  Secured.    Albany:    Printed  for  the  Publisher.     1 827.    Svo, 

pp.24.  AAS.,  H.,  NYH.  92690 

Copies  of  either  this  or  the  preceding  title  are  located  at  ba.  and  heh. 

Strang.  The  Trial,  Conviction  &  Sentence  of  Jesse  Strang,  for 
the  murder  of  John  Whipple,  at  Albany,  on  the  7th  of  May,  1827. 
Containing  all  the  evidence  as  given  on  the  very  interesting  trial, 
with  the  trial  &  acquittal  of  Mrs.  Whipple,  as  an  accomplice  to  the 
murder  of  her  husband.  Together  with  a  brief  sketch  of  the  history 
of  Jesse  Strang,  and  also,  the  history  of  Mrs.  Whipple.  New-York: 
E.  M.  Mtirden.    1827.   Svo,  pp.  40.  C,  h.(law)  92691 

Strang.  The  Trial  of  Jesse  Strang,  for  the  Murder  of  John 
Whipple.  Printed  in  the  city  of  Albany.    1827.   Svo,  pp.  16. 

NYP.  92692 

Strang.  Trial  of  Jesse  Strang,  for  the  murder  of  John  Whipple, 
at  a  Special  Court  of  Oyer  and  Terminer  holden  in  July,  1827. 
.  .  .  Albany:  Printed  by  D.  M'Glashan,  No.  3,  Beaver-st.  1827. 
Svo,  pp.  35.  C,  H.(lAw),  NYH.,  NYP.  92693 

See  also  Whipple  (Elsie  D.). 

Strang  (Jesse  James).  5^^  Strang  (James  Jesse), 

[Strange    (James   Stanley-Smith),   commonly   styled  Lord^. 

Report  from  the  Committee  appointed  to  enquire  into  the  State  and 

Condition  of  the  Countries  adjoining  Hudson's  Bay.  See  no.  33548, 

vol.  8.  BM. 

Reported  by  Lord  Strange.  Concerning  his  title,  which  should  have  been  Lord 
Stanley,  see  G.  B.  C[okayne]'s  "Complete  Peerage,"  under  Derby,  vol.  2,  p.  75. 

[Strange  {Sir  John)] .  The  Case  of  the  Province  of  Mar}land. 
5^^  no.  45099,  vol.  1 1,  c. 

[Strange].  .  .  .  Gillam  Phillips,  only  Brother  of  Henry  Phillips 
deceased  |  Intestate,  [  Appellant  |  Faith  Savage  Widow,  one  of  the 


92  STRANGE   (rOBERt). 

Sisters  of  the  Intestate,  |  and  others,  |  Respondents.  |  The  Case  of 
Faith  Savage,  One  of  the  Respondents.  |  {^London.  1737.]  Folio, 
pp.  4.  NYP.  92694 

Caption  title:   With  heading:    "Massachusett's-Bay." 

Signed  on  p.  4:    "J.  Strange.    Jonath'  Belcher." 

The  title  is  also  docketed  on  the  lower  part  of  p.  4,  with  the  further  endorsement: 
"To  be  heard  before  the  Right  Honourable  the  Lords  of  the  Committee  of  His  Maj- 
esty's most  Honour.ablc  Privy  Council,  at  the  Cock-pit  at  Whitehall,  on  —  day,  the 
—  Day  of  —  1737)  ^t  —  in  the  —  noon." 

See  also,  Letter  to  Philo  Africanus,  upon  Slavery  .  .  .  with  the  Opinions  of  Sir 
John  Strange,  no.  40451,  vol.  10,  and  the  improved  entry  of  the  London  edition, 
no.  62542,  vol.  15.    London,  1788,  bm.    Newport,  1788,  aas.,  c. 

Strange  (Robert).  An  Address  delivered  before  the  Peithes- 
sophian  and  Philoclean  Societies  of  Rutgers  College,  by  the  Hon. 
Robert  Strange,  of  the  Senate  of  the  United  States.  .  .  .  Nezv- 
Brunswick:   John  Terhune^s  Press.    1 840.    8vo,  pp.  36. 

EM.,  C,  HER.,  NYP.,  P.  92695 

Strange.  An  Address  delivered  before  the  two  Literary  Socie- 
ties of  the  University  of  North  Carolina,  by  Hon.  Robert  Strange. 
June,  1837.  Raleigh:  Printed  by  J.  Gales  and  Son,  Office  of  the 
Raleigh  Register,  l^'},'].  8vo,  pp.  46.  aas.,  C,  HEH.,  NYP.,  P.  92696 

Strange.  Address  delivered  by  the  Hon.  Robert  Strange,  before 
the  Fayetteville  Independent  Company,  December  4,  1850.  To 
which  is  appended  a  History  of  the  Company,  contained  in  an  Ad- 
dress delivered  before  the  Corps,  on  the  Semi-Centennial  Anniver- 
sary, (August  23d,  1 843,)  by  Edward  Lee  Winslow,  Esq.  Fayette- 
ville: Printed  by  Edward  J .  Hale,  &'  Son.    1 850.   8vo,  pp.  48. 

C,  HEH.,  M.  92697 

"Address  of  Mr.  Winslow,  published  in  1843,  and  now  re-published  by  direction 
of  the  company,"  pp.  17—45. 

[Strange.]    Eoneguski,  or,  the  Cherokee  Chief:  a  tale  of  past 

wars.    By  an  American.  ...  In  two  volumes.  .  .  .   Washington: 

Franck  Taylor.    I  839.    [Verso  of  title:]    Printed  by  Peter  Force, 

corner  of  D  and  Tenth  Streets.   2  vols.,  1 2mo,  pp.  218;  196. 

NYP.,  WHS.  92698 

The  original  ms.  of  the  Agreement  between  the  author  and  the  publisher  concerning 
the  terms  on  which  the  book  was  to  be  published,  is  inserted  in  vol.  i  of  the  nyp.  copy. 

Strange.  Eulogy  on  the  Life  and  Character  of  William  Rufus 
King,  delivered  in  Clinton,  on  the  ist  day  of  June,  1853.  ^Y  Hon. 
Robt.  Strange.  ...  Raleigh:  William 'W.  Hollden,  ''Standard'' 
Office.    1853.    8vo,  pp.  14.  NYH.  92699 


STRANGE   (rOBERT).  93 

Strange.  Life  and  Character  of  Hon.  Wm.  Gaston.  A  Eulogy, 
delivered  by  appointment  of  the  oifficers  and  members  of  the  Fay- 
etteville  Bar,  on  Monday,  November  ii,  1844.  By  Hon.  Robert 
Strange,  ll.d.  .  .  .  Fayettev'ille:  Printed  by  Edivard  J .  Hale.  1 844. 

8vo,  pp.  29.  C,  NYH.,  NVP.  92700 

Strange.  Mr.  Strange's  Reply  to  Mr.  Biddle.  [«.  f.  183-?] 
8vo,  pp.  8.  H.  92701 

Caption  title.   Signed:   R.  Strange. 

Addressed  to  Nicholas  Biddle,  the  President  of  the  Bank  of  the  United  States  at 
Philadelphia.    Relates  to  the  banking  situation  during  the  panic  of  1837—38. 

Strange.  Oration  of  Robert  Strange,  Esq.,  delivered  at  Fayette- 
ville,  N.  C,  on  the  jubilee  of  American  Independence,  July  4, 
1826.  Fayetteville:  Printed  by  E.  J .  Hale.  1826.  l6mo,  pp.  31, 
(l).  C.,M.  92702 

Strange.  The  Pursuits  of  Life.  An  Address,  delivered  at  the 
request  of  the  Philanthropic  Society,  before  the  Literary  Societies  of 
Davidson  College,  on  the  8th  day  of  August  1 849.  By  Hon.  Robert 
Strange.  Fayetteville:  Printed  by  Edward  J.  Hale.  1849.  8^°' 
pp.  28.  H.  92703 

Strange.  Speech  of  Mr.  Strange,  of  North  Carolina.  In  Senate, 
September  2 1,  1 837. — On  the  bill  imposing  additional  duties  on  cer- 
tain officers,  as  depositories  in  certain  cases.  {^Washington.  1837.] 
8vo,  pp.  16.  C,  cu.,  H.,  HEH.,  Y.  92704 

Caption  title. 

Strange.  Speech  of  Mr.  Strange  ...  on  the  Assumption,  by  the 
Federal  Government,  of  the  Debts  of  the  States,  and  in  reply  to 
Messrs.  Clay  and  Crittenden.  Senate,  February,  27,  1840.  Wash- 
ington:  Printed  at  the  Globe  Office.    1840.    8vo,  pp.  14. 

BA.,  HSP.,  Y.  92705 

Strange.  Speech  of  Mr.  Strange  ...  on  the  bill  imposing  addi- 
tional duties  as  depositaries  in  certain  cases,  on  public  officers,  &c. 
Delivered  in  the  Senate  of  the  United  States,  March  6,  1838. 
Washington:   Printed  at  the  Globe  Office.    I  838.    8vo,  pp.  21. 

c.  92706 

A  I  Strange  Account  |  of  |  The  Rising  |  and  |  Breaking  |  of  |  A 
Great  |  Bubble.  |  (With  Amendments  and  Enlargement.)  |  Re- 
Printed  and  Sold  at  my  Office,  at  the  Sign  of  \  the  Tree  of  Liberty, 
on  Sagadahock-River,  |  1767.  |  {Boston.^    8vo,  pp.  22. 

BA.,  c,  H.,  M.  92707 


94  STRANGE    ACTINGS. 

An  attack  on  the  Plymouth  Company,  proprietors  of  the  Kennebec  patent  in 
Maine — c. 

Reprinted  in  "Magazine  of  History  .  .  .  Extra  Number  —  No.  143,"  192S,  pp. 
33-54,  where  it  is  stated  that  "Though  hitherto  recorded  as  a  reprint  of  an  earlier 
pamphlet  with  similar  title,  printed  in  Boston  1691 — this  is  in  reality  an  entirely 
original  work,  written  shortly  after  the  repeal  of  the  Stamp  Act,  and  replete  with 
references  to  persons  and  events  of  1753— 1767." 

The  Strange  Actings  of  Sir  John  Heydon  .  .  .  governour  in  the 
Somer  Islands;  and  also  of  Henry  Tucker,  one  of  his  council  there: 
and  the  like  actings  of  William  Webb  ...  A  true  relation  of  the  just 
and  unjust  proceedings  of  the  Somers  Islands  Company.  [London.] 
Printi'd  in  the  year,  iGjS.   4to,  pp.  (2),  8.  92708 

Title  from  a  catalogue  card  for  a  copy  formerly  in  nyp.,  now  missing. 

The  Strange  and  Dangerovs  Voyage  of  Captaine  Thomas  lames. 
5.e^  James  (T.),  no.  3571 1,  vol.  9.   BM.,  c,  H.,  nyp. 

The  following  errors  in  our  previous  entry  should  be  noted: 

The  date  should  be  "1633,"  not  "1663." 

There  should  be  line  ends  after  "Voyage  of,"  and  after  "Wherein,"  in  the  upper 
part  of  the  title,  and  in  the  latter  part  the  line  end  after  "Longitude,"  should  be 
omitted. 

"Mathematical"  should  be  spelled  "Mathematical!,"  and  the  typographical  error 
"Autho'rs"  should  not  have  been  corrected  to  "Author's"  as  In  our  entry. 

The  collation  should  include  twelve  leaves  instead  of  eleven,  pp.  (22),  Q4.  being 
blank. 

There  are  two  issues  of  the  work,  v\hicli  may  be  called  A  and  B. 

In  Issue  A  the  ".A.duise  concerning  the  Philosophy  of  these  late  Discoueryes,"  at 
the  end,  which  was  written  by  William  Watts,  is  signed,  "x.z."    bm.,  c,  h.,  nyp. 

In  Issue  B  the  same  section  is  signed,  "William  Watts."    nyp. 

The  map  which  is  frequently  missing  is  found  In  the  h.  and  nyp.  copies  of  Issue 
A,  but  is  lacking  in  the  c.  copy  of  that  issue,  and  in  the  nyp.  copy  of  Issue  b.  A  second 
H.  copy  lacks  the  map  also,  and  all  after  p.  112. 

The  I  Strange  and  Remarkable  |  Swansey  Vision:  |  Or  a  Dream 
that  was  dreamed  a-  |  bove  Forty  Years  ago,  which  exactly  |  proph- 
ecies and  foretells  the  dreadful  |  Judgments  and  Calamities  that  are 
now  I  come  to  pass  in  North-America,  in  |  this  melanchollv  and  dis- 
tressing Day.  I  Now  published  from  an  ancient  Ma-  |  nuscript,  at  the 
earnest  Request  of  many.  |  [Colophon:]  Printed  and  Sold  at  E. 
Russell's  I  Printing-Office^  Upper  End  of  the  |  Main-street,  Salem. 
At  the  same  \  Place  may  be  had,  just  published,  \  Mr.  Cleaveland's 
Piece  against  \  Mr.  Murray,  upon  the  Doctrine  |  of  Univei'sal  Sal- 
vation. Likewise,  |  The  ContifWfital  Key  of  the  |  Liberties  of 
America:  A  Poem.  \  To  which  is  annexed,  The  La-  |  mentation  of 
a  bad  Market,  \  Together  with  sundry  other  New  |  Pieces  on  the 
Times ;  all  which  will  \  be  Sold  very  cheap  by  the  Quanti-  \  ty  to 
Shopkeepers,  Travelling-Tra-  |  ders,  etc.    [1776.]    8vo,  pp.  8. 

Title  supplied  by  Florence  M.  Osborne.  EI.  92709 

Mr.  Cle.ivel.md's  "Piece"  was  printed  in   1776. 


STRANGE    AND    REMARKABLE.  95 

Entered  by  Evans  under  Samuel  Clarke,  but  it  does  not  appear  to  be  the  same  dream 
as  Clarke's  "Americ.in  Wonder:  or,  The  Str;iugc  and  Remarkable  Cape-Ann  Dream" 
published  by  Russell  in  the  same  year. 

The  Strange  and  Remarkable  |  Swansey  Vision:  |  Or  a  Dream 
that  was  dreamed  above  40  Years  |  ago,  which  exactly  foretells  the 
dreadful  Judgments  |  and  Calamities  that  are  now  come  to  pass  in 
North  I  America,  |  in  this  melancholy  and  distressing  Day. —  |  Now 
published  at  the  earnest  Request  of  many.  |  Sold  at  the  Bible  and 
Heart  in  Cornhllly  Boston.  \  [  178-?  ]    8vo,  pp.  4.         heh.  927  lO 

At  head  of  text  on  p.  2:  "The  Strange  and  Remarkable  Swansey  Vision,  &c. 
Swansey  in  the  Province  of  Massachusctts-i5:iy,  the  21st  Day  of  the  Eleventh  Month, 
One  Thousand  Seven  Hundred  and  Thirty  Four.  The  address  in  the  imprint  indi- 
cates that  the  pamphlet  was  sold  by  Thomas  and  John  Fleet,  who,  according  to 
Evans,  were  not  at  this  address  until  1780. 

Information  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters,  who  states  that  the  pamphlet  is  not 
an  edition  of  "The  American  Wonder:  or  The  Strange  and  Remarkable  Capc-.A.nn 
Dream,"  Salem,  1776.  Nor  is  it  evidently  an  edition  of  "A  Short  Relation  concern- 
ing a  Dream,"  \^Boston~\,  1785.  Both  of  these  are  entered  by  Evans  under  Samuel 
Clarke. 

A  I  Strange  and  |  Wonderful  Indian  |  Dream,  |  Dreamed  on 
Cape-Cod,  I  On  the  14th  of  May,  1773.  |  Or,  |  A  Remarkable 
Prophecy,  |  Relating  to  twelve  Great  Men,  who  sit  |  in  the  Judg- 
ment Seat,  to  judge  the  Peo-  |  pie  of  the  Earth,  whose  Works  are 
evil  I  in  the  Sight  of  all  Men,  and  that  conti-  |  nually,  in  as  much  as 
they  vex  and  grieve  |  the  People,  who  are  sorely  oppressed  |  under 
their  wicked  and  arbitrary  Perver-  |  sion  of  the  Law.  |  Dreamed  by  ] 
Punkapog,  a  Native  of  the  |  Land,  and  one  of  the  Nichawoonock 
Tribe.  |  Translated  into  English  for  the  Benefit  of  |  many.  |  Sold 
next  the  Corn  field ,  Union-street.  \  \_Boston.  Printed  hy  E-zek'iel 
Russell.    1773.]    8vo,  pp.  8.  AAS.  92711 

Improved  title  of  no.  66667,  vol.  16. 

Ezekiel  Russell  was  at  the  above  address  in  1773  and  the  paper  and  type  are 
similar  to  those  used  by  him. 

Strange  and  Wonderfull  News  from  Greenland  declaring  the 
sad  condition  of  seven  Persons  left  in  that  country,  to  which  is  added 
a  Brief  Narrative  concerning  that  country.    1 674.   4to.  927  1 2 

Improved  title  of  no.  28656,  vol.  7.  Information  from  the  c.Ualoguc  of  the  Miller 
sale  at  Sotheby's,  June  30,  etc.,  1919,  lot  no.  779. 

The  Strange  and  Wonderful  |  Predictions  ]  of  ]  Mr.  Christopher 
Love,  1  Minister  of  the  Gospel  at  Lawrence-Jury,  London;  who 
was  beheaded  on  Tower-  |  Hill  in  the  Time  of  Oliver  Cromwell's 
Government  of  England:  Giving  an  Account  of  Babylon's  |  Fall, 
or  the  Destruction  of  Popery;  and,  in  the  glorious  Event,  a  general 
Reformation  over  all  I  the  World. Boston:    Printed  and  Sold 


g6  STRANGE    AND    WONDERFUL. 

by  Fowle  and  Drafer,  at  their  Printing-O  fice  In  Marlborough-  \ 
street.  1 759.  |  Folio  broadside,  aas.  -|-  New-York:  Printed  by 
Hugh  Gaine,  1759.  Folio  broadside.  +  Those  who  desire  to  have 
them  by  the  Dozen  may  now  be  supplied.  The  above  may  be  had 
of  John  Proud  in  Newport.  Just  published  (Price  single  five  Cof- 
fers) and  to  be  sold  by  J.  Fra7iklin  at  the  Printing  Ojfice.  I  759. 
Folio  broadside.  92713 

Title  of  the  New  York  edition  from  Evans.  P.  L.  Ford  notes  that  it  was  adver- 
tised in  the  "New-York  Mercury,"  no.  356,  "Journals  of  Hugh  Gaine,"  vol.  i,  1902, 
p.  102.  Information  as  to  the  Newport  edition  from  Hammett's  "Contribution  to 
the  Bibliography  and  Literature  of  Newport,"  1887,  p.  77. 

The  Strange  and  wonderful  predictions  of  Mr.  Christopher  Love, 
minister  of  the  Gospel  at  Lawrence-Jury,  London,  who  was  be- 
headed on  Tower-Hill,  on  the  account  of  his  religion.  Likewise  an 
account  of  great  wars  in  America  in  1780,  with  the  destruction  of 
popery  in  the  year  1790:  and  in  the  year  1795,  religion  shall  flourish 
over  all  the  King's  domains.  To  which  are  added,  two  letters  from 
his  wife,  a  little  before  his  death,  with  his  answer  to  her  again. 
Carlisle:   Printed  by  George  Kline,  l']<^l.  927  14 

Title  from  Evans,  who  also  enters  a  number  of  editions  of  the  "Prophecies  of  the 
Reverend  Christopher  Love,"  from  1791  to  1797.  aas.  has  a  Windsor,  [1794],  edi- 
tion of  the  latter  not  included  in  Evans. 

Strange  Newes  |  from  |  Virginia,  |  being  [  a  true  Relation  of  a 
Great  Tempest  in  |  Virginia,  by  which  many  people  lost  their  | 
Lives,  great  numbers  of  Cattle  de-  |  stroyed.  Houses,  and  in  many 
pla-  I  ces  whole  Plantations  overturned,  |  and  whole  Woods  torn 
up  I  by  the  Roots.  |  As  a  further  addition  to  this  calamity,  the  Sea  | 
exceeded  its  usual  height  above  twelve  Foot,  over-  |  flowing  all  the 
Plain  Country,  carrying  away  |  much  Corn  and  Tobacco,  with 
many  |  Cattle,  forcing  the  Inhabitants  into  |  the  Mountains  for  the 
security  |  of  their  Lives.  |  London,  Printed  for  W.  Thackeray  next 
door  to  I  the  Dolfhin  in  Smithfield.  1667.  |  Small  4to,  pp.  7.  A  in 
four.  jCB.  92715 

Title  supplied  by  Catherine  C.  Quinn. 

Strange  News  |  from  I  Virginia;  |  Being  a  full  and  true  |  Account 
of  the  I  Life  and  Death  |  of  |  Nathanael  Bacon  Esquire,  |  Who  was 
the  only  Cause  and  Original  of  all  the  late  |  Troubles  in  that  Coun- 
try. I  With  a  full  Relation  of  all  the  Accidents  which  have  |  hap- 
pened in  the  late  War  there  between  the  |  Christians  and  Indians.  | 
London,  \  Printed  for  William  Harris,  next  door  to  the  Turn-  | 
Stile  without  Moor-gate.    1677.  |  4to,  pp.  8.   A  in  four. 

H.,  HEH.,  JCB.,  NVP.,  WLC.  92716 


STRANGE    RELATION.  97 

Eleven  copies  were  reproduced  by  photostat  at  the  Massachusetts  Historical  Society 
from  the  Henry  E.  Huntington  Library  copy,  September,  1926,  aas.,  c,  heh.,  JCB.,  m., 

NEWBERRY,   NYH.,    NYP.,   WHS.,  WLC,  V. 

Improved  title  of  no.  2679,  vol.  i.  For  a  facsimile  of  the  title  page,  see  the 
Church  catalogue. 

Strange  relation  of  an  old  woman  who  was  drowned.    New- 
York:   Printed  by  H.  DeForeest.    1745.  9^7  1 7 
Title  from  Evans. 

Stranger,  ^5^?«rt^.  See  [Story  (Isaac)],  b.  1774,  d.  1803. 

The  Stranger,  a  Literary  Paper.  .  .  .  Albany:  Published  by  John 
Cooky  at  his  reading-room.    E.  ^  E.  Hosford. — Printers.    1 8 14. 

8vo,  pp.  8,  416.  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.  927  l8 

Published  in  27  numbers  from  July  3,  1813  to  June  25,  1814,  a  semi-monthly 
except  for  the  first  three  issues  which  were  weekly.  On  p.  416:  "The  Publisher  an- 
nounces with  regret  to  his  friends  and  patrons,  that  after  the  present  number,  the 
publication  of  'The  Stranger'  will  be  suspended." 

The  Stranger  in  Lowell.  See  [Whittier  (John  G.)]. 

Stranger  of  the  Valley;  or,  Louisa  and  Adelaide.  An  American 
Tale  ...  By  a  Lady  .  .  .  Netv  York:  Collins  and  Hannay  .  .  .  1825. 
2  vols.,  1 2mo,  pp.  241 ;  218.  c.  92719 

The  Stranger's  Apology  for  the  General  Associations.  See  Moni- 
tor (E.),  -pseud?,  no.  49984,  vol.  12.  aas.,  ba.,  h.,  uts. 

Attributed  by  Cushing  to  Noah  Worcester. 

The  I  Stranger's  Assistant  |  and  |  School-Boy's  Instructor. 
Containing  |  Many  Useful  and  Valuable  Rules  |  in  |  Arithmetic, 
with  Explanations  Adapted  to  the  |  Most  Common  Capacities;  |  to 
which  is  Added,  |  a  Complete  System  |  Of  Reduction  of  Coins  and 
Currencies;  |  with  Four  Large  Tables.  |  Also — the  |  Duties  on 
Imports  and  Tonnage;  together  |  with  the  Bounties  on  Exports — 
Custom-  I  House  Regulations,  and  Penalties  |  Annexed  to  each 
Offence,  against  |  the  Revenue-Laws  of  the  |  United-States,  |  By 
A  Citizen.  |  New-York — Printed  by  George  For  many  for  the 
Author y  I  and  Sold  by  Berry,  Rogers  ^  Berry,  No.  128,  |  Pearl- 
Street. — 1795.  I  (Copy-right  secured.)  |  i2mo,  pp.  180,  ii.  4 
folded  tables.  BM.,  H.,  JCB.,  M.  92720 

The  I  Stranger's  Assistant,  |  being  a  Collection  of  |  Short,  Correct 
and  Easy  Rules  [  for  Reducing  |  Thirteen  different  Coins  and  Cur- 
rencies into  each  |  other,  |  with  |  a  Concise  Method  of  Calculating 
Federal  Money.  |  To  which  is  Prefixed,  |  a  Complete  System  of 
Vulgar  and  Decimal  Fractions,  ]  &c.  |  [Two  lines  quoted.]  |  New 


98  stranger's  gift. 

York:  Printed  for  the  Author,  by  G.  Forman,  |  No.  46,  Wall- 
street,  opfosite  I  the  Post-Office^  |  In  the  20th  Year  of  American 
Independence.  \  [1795.]   |  8vo,  pp.  125.    Folded  leaf. 

JCB.,  M.  92721 
Also  published  as:  "The  Intercourse  of  Nations."    \_cop.  1795]. 

The  Stranger's  Gift.    See  Bokum   (H.),  ed.  no.  6176,  vol.  2. 

AAS.,  BA.,  H.,  NYP.,  UTEX.,  Y. 

Stranger's  Guide. 

The  plan  of  the  dictionary  has  been  to  enter  guidebooks  to  various  places  under 
the  name  of  the  locality,  or  under  the  name  of  the  compiler.  No  attempt  is  made  here 
to  cover  under  title  the  omissions  in  earlier  volumes.  Especially  large  collections  are 
located  at  aas.  and  nyp. 

Stranger's  Handbook. 

See  preceding  note. 

Strangeways  (Thomas).  Sketch  of  the  Mosquito  Shore,  in- 
cluding the  Territory  of  Poyais,  descriptive  of  the  country;  with 
some  information  as  to  its  productions,  the  best  mode  of  culture,  &c. 
Chiefly  intended  for  the  Use  of  Settlers.  By  Thomas  Strangeways, 
K.G.c.  Captain  1st  Native  Poyer  Regiment,  and  Aid-de-camp  to 
His  Highness  Gregor,  Cazique  of  Poyais.  Edinburgh:  Sold  by 
William  Blackwood,  E dinbur gh ;  and  T.  Caddrll,  Strand,  London. 
1822.  [Verso  of  title:]  W.  Reid,  Printer,  Lrith.  8vo,  pp.  (4), 
viii,  3—355.  Frontispiece  portrait,  plate  and  folded  map. 

BM.,  C,  H.,  HISP.SOC.AMER.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  PEAB.,  Y.  92722 

For  "A  Letter  to  the  editor  of  the  Quarterly  Review,  for  February,  1823,  on  a 
[unfavorable]  review  of"  this  work,  see  V'erax,  -pseud. 

Relates  to  a  colonization  scheme  of  Sir  Gregor  M'Grcgor.  "The  plans  of  M'Gregor 
.  .  .  dazzled  the  imaginations  of  a  considerable  number  of  .  .  .  persons,  and  his  agents 
were  able  to  dispose  of  many  shares  in  the  imaginary  kingdom  ..."  See  Squier's 
"States  of  Central  America,"  1858,  p.  82. 

Strasburg  Academy,  Lancaster,  Pa.  Catalogue  and  Cir- 
cular of  the  Strasburg  Academy,  Lancaster  County,  Pa.  for  the 
academical  year,  185  1-52.  With  an  address  to  the  "Gamma  Theta 
Society,"  by  Rev.  H.  Harbaugh.  Lancaster,  Pa.  Pri?ited  by  John 
H.  Pearsol.    1 852.    8vo,  pp.  32.  NYP.  92723 

SrRATEN-PoNTHOz  ([Gabriel]  Auguste  van  der).  Le  Budget 
du  Brcsil,  ou  Rcchcrches  sur  Ics  ressources  de  cet  empire  dans  leurs 
rapports  avec  Ics  intercts  europccns  du  commerce  ct  de  I'cmigration, 
par  le  Comte  Auguste  van  der  Stratcn-Ponthoz.  .  .  .  Bruxelles, 
Librairie  de  C.  Aluquardt,  editeur,  Place  Royale.  Meme  Tnaison, 
a  Gand  rt  a  Leipzig.     1 854.     [Verso  of  half  title:]     Imp.  de  G. 


STRATEN-PONTHOZ.  99 

Stapleaux.  3  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  (4),  ix,  307,  frontispiece  portrait  and 
folded  map;  (4),  318,  folded  map;  (4),  362,  2  folded  maps.  BM., 
C,  H.,  Hisp.soc.AMER.,  NYP.,  PEAB.  -\-  Paris.  L'tbrair'te  d^Amyoty 
ediieurjS,rue  de  la  Paix.  1854.  [Verso  of  half  title:]  Bruxelles. — 
Imf.  de  G.  Stapleaux.  3  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  (4),  ix,  307,  frontispiece 
and  folded  map;    (4),  318,  folded  map;    (4),  362,  folded  map. 

Y.  92724 

Pp.   loi— 102,   117— 118,  159—160,  and   193—194  of  vol.  2  in  the  Brussels  edition 
are  folded. 

Title  of  the  Paris  edition  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt. 

Straten-Ponthoz.  Forschungen  iiber  die  Lage  der  Auswan- 
derer  in  den  Vereinigten  Staaten  von  Nord-Amerika.  Nach  dem 
franzosichen  Originale  bearbeitet  von  H.  Fr.  Oswald.  Augsburg: 
K.  Kollmann.    1846.    l2mo,  pp.  viii,  196.  C,  H.  92725 

A  translation  of  Recherches,  below. 

See  also  Berghaus   (Heinrich  Karl  Wilhelm),  no.  4855,  vol.  2. 

Straten-Ponthoz.  Onderzoek  naar  den  toestand  der  land- 
verhuizers  in  de  Vereenigde  Staten  van  Noord-Amerika,  door  Bo". 
A.  van  der  Straten  Ponthoz,  Eersten  Secretaris  van  de  Belgische 
zending  te  Washington.  Met  eene  gekleurde  plaat.  Te  Utrecht, 
bij  W.  H.  van  Hcijn'mgen.  I  847.  [Verso  of  title:]  Gedruckt  bij 
van  der  Mofide  &  Comf.  te  Utrecht.  8vo,  pp.  (4),  124.  Folded 
map.  c,  MINNHS.,  NYP.  92726 

A  translation  of  the  following-  title. 

Straten-Ponthoz.  Recherches  sur  la  situation  des  emigrants 
aux  Etats-Unis  de  I'Amerique  du  Nord,  par  Le  Baron  A.  van  der 
Straten  Ponthoz,  Premier  Secretaire  de  la  legation  de  Bclgique  a 
Washington.  Bruxelles.  Meline,  Cans  et  Comfagnte.  Librairie, 
imfrimerie  et  fonderie.    1846.    8vo,  pp.  vii,  158.    Folded  map. 

C,  NYP.  92727 

For  German  and  Dutch  translations,  see  the  preceding  titles. 

Stratford,  Conn.  Congregational  Church  of  Stratford. 
[Stratford.    1840?]     l8mo,  pp.  7.  Y.  92728 

Contains  a  list  of  pastors.  Title  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt. 

Stratton  (Charles  S[herwood]  ).  An  Account  of  the  Life, 
Personal  Appearance,  Character,  and  Manners,  of  Charles  S.  Strat- 
ton, the  American  Man  in  Miniature,  known  as  General  Tom 
Thumb,  twelve  years  old,  twenty-five  inches  high,  and  weighing 
only  Fifteen  Pounds.  With  some  account  of  remarkable  dwarfs, 
giants,  and  other  human  phenomena,  of  ancient  and  modern  times. 


100  STRATTON   (c.  S.). 

Also,  General  Tom  Thumb's  Songs.  London:  Printed  by  T. 
Brettelly  Rupert  Street^  Haymarket.  1 844.  l6mo,  pp.  24,  includ- 
ing frontispiece.  nyp.  +  [Same  title,  with  the  substitution  of 
"American  Dwarf"  for  "American  Man  in  Miniature,"  and  the 
omission  of  "Also,  General  Tom  Thumb's  Songs,"]  London.  1 844. 
[Verso  of  title:]  Lo7idon:  Printed  by  J.  Mitchell  and  Co.  {late 
Brettell),  Rufert  Street,  Haymarket.  l6mo,  pp.  24,  including  fron- 
tispiece, cu. 92729 

Copies  of  either  the  first  or  second  issue  are  located  at  bm.  and  y. 

Stratton.  Bosquejos  de  la  vida,  costumbres,  caracter  y  aparen- 
cia  personal  de  Carlos  S.  Stratton  el  hombre  en  miniatura,  conocido 
por  el  nombre  de  el  general  Tom  Thumb  (Thomas  Pulgar)  de 
16  anos  de  edad,  28  pulgadas  de  alto  y  quince  libras  de  peso.  Reco- 
pilado  y  traducido  por  E.  J.  Gomez.  Neuva-Orleans,  Imprenta  de 
la  Patria,  iS^S.   8vo,  pp.  16.  92730 

Title  from  the  Leclerc  catalogue,  1867,  no.  651.    A  translation  of  Sketch,  below. 

[Stratton].  History  of  General  Tom  Thumb,  the  man  in 
miniature.  [Colophon:]  Printed  by  T.  Brettell,  Rupert  Street, 
Haymarket,  Westminster.    [1857?]    i6mo,  pp.  32.        CU.  92371 

Caption  title. 

On  p.  18:    "The  General  is  now  (1857)  making  his  second  European  Tour." 

[Stratton].  Life  and  Travels  of  Thomas  Thumb,  in  the 
United  States,  England,  France,  and  Belgium.  With  Illustrations 
of  him  in  his  different  Costumes.  Philadelphia:  Lindsay  and  Blakis- 
ton.  [cop.  1849.]  [Verso  of  title:]  Stereotyped  by  J.  Pagan. 
Printed  by  C.  Sherman.  Square  l8mo,  added  engraved  title,  and 
pp.  144.   3  plates  and  4  portraits.  H.  92732 

Stratton.  The  Life  of  General  Tom  Thumb.  Published  by 
Moore  &  Nims,  Troy,  N.  Y.  [1856.]  48mo,  pp.  64,  including 
illustration.  h.  92733 

Stratton.  Sketch  of  the  Life,  Personal  Appearance,  &c.  of 
Chas.  S.  Stratton,  the  American  in  miniature,  known  as  Gen  Tom 
Thumb,  &c.   London.    1846.    l6mo,  pp.  24.  9^734 

Title  from  the  catalogue  of  the  Corner  sale  at  Leavitt's,  Nov.  1  ;,  1866,  lot  no. 
1126. 

Stratton.  Sketch  of  the  Life,  Personal  Appearance,  Character 
and  Manners  of  Charles  S.  Stratton,  the  Man  in  Miniature,  known 
as  General  Tom  Thumb,  twenty-eight  inches  high,  and  weighing 
only  fifteen  pounds.    With  some  account  of  remarkable  dwarfs, 


STRATTON  (jOHn).  IOI 

giants,  and  other  human  phenomena,  of  ancient  and  modern  times. 
Also,  General  Tom  Thumb's  Songs.  New-York:  VanNordeni^ 
Amermany  Printers,  No.  60  WtlUani-street.  1 847.  l2mo,  pp.  24. 
NYP.  +  [Same  title  with  the  addition  of  "fifteen  years  old"  after 
"General  Tom  Thumb."]  [Same  imprint,  date  and  collation.] 
AAS.,  NYP.  -\- New-York.  1849.  8vo.  BM.  +  [Same  title  with 
the  substitution  of  "eighteen  years  old,  thirty-one  inches  high,  and 
weighing  only  twenty-five  pounds,"  for  "fifteen  years  old  [etc.]"] 
New-York:  John  W.  Amermany  Printer y  No.  60  William- street. 
1856.  l2mo,  cover  title  and  pp.  23,  ( I ),  including  2  portraits,  nyp. 
+  [Same  title  with  the  substitution  of  "twenty-two  years  old, 
thirty-two  inches  high,  and  weighing  only  thirty-three  pounds,"  for 
"fifteen  years  old  [etc.]"]  New  York:  Wynkoop,Hallenbeck  ^ 
Thomas y  Printer Sy  No.  1 1 3  Fulton  Street,  i860.  1 2mo,  cover  title 
and  pp.  32.  AAS.,  H.  92735 

Copies  of  one  or  other  of  the  1847  issues  are  located  at  ba.,  bm.,  c,  hsp.,  m., 

MINNHS.    and    NYH. 

Frequently  reissued  after  i860. 

For  a  Spanish  translation,  see  Bosquejos,  above. 

Stratton  (John).  Report  of  the  Trials  of  Dr.  John  Stratton, 
Dr.  Benjamin  Budd,  Joseph  Merit,  Jesse  White,  and  Samuel  Hew- 
lings;  who  were  brought  before  Josiah  Foster  Esq.  on  an  informa- 
tion for  being  concerned  in  Horse-Racing.  With  the  subsequent 
proceedings  thereon;  containing  the  evidence  produced,  against  and 
for  the  defendants,  the  opinion  of  Judge  Foster,  the  defense  made 
by  the  defendants,  verdicts  of  the  juries,  etc.  [n.  />.]  1803.  8vo, 
pp.  12.  p.  92736 

Preface  dated:    Evesham  [N.  J.],  3d  mo,  1st,  1803. 

Stratton  (Joseph  B[uck]  ).  Counsels  for  the  New  Year.  Two 
Discourses  preached  in  the  Presbyterian  Church,  Natchez,  on  the 
First  and  Second  Sabbath's  [sic]  in  January,  1850,  by  Rev.  Joseph 
B.  Stratton,  Pastor,  .  .  .  Vidalia:  Printed  at  the  Concordia  Intelli- 
gencer Office.    1850.    8vo,  pp.  24.  HEH.  92737 

Stratton.  A  Discourse  on  the  Life  and  Character  of  the  Rev. 
Jeremiah  Chamberlain,  d.d.,  late  president  of  Oakland  College, 
delivered  at  the  request  of  the  Board  of  Directors,  at  Oakland 
College,  on  Thursday,  December  1 8th,  1851.  By  Rev.  Joseph  B. 
Stratton.  .  .  .  New  Orleans:  Printed  by  T.  ReOy  58  Magazine 
Street.    1852.    8vo,  pp.  19.  C,  P.  92738 

Stratton.  The  Duty  of  Alms-Giving.  A  Sermon  delivered  in 
the  Presbyterian  Church,  Natchez.    By  Rev.  J.  B.  Stratton  ...  on 

VOL.  XXIV.  7 


102  STRATTON   ( JOSEPH    B.). 

January  17,   1847.   •  •  •  P^'^^t^d^  (^i  the  Office  of  the  "Concordia 
Intelligencer"  Vidalia,  La.    1 847.    8vo,  pp.  17.  heh.  92739 

Stratton.  a  Sermon  preached  in  the  Presbyterian  Church, 
Vicksburg,  January  20th,  1856,  in  commemoration  of  the  hfe  and 
death  of  Rev.  Benj.  H.  Williams,  late  Pastor  of  that  church,  by 
Rev.  Jos.  B.  Stratton,  of  Natchez.  .  .  .  Vicksburg.  Printed  at  the 
Vicksburg  Whig  Steam  Book  and  Job  Office.    1 856.   8vo,  pp.  19. 

BM.,  NYH.  92740 

Stratton  was  also  the  author  of  other  sermons  of  less  biographical  or  imprint 
interest. 

Stratton  (Ned).  A  Romantic  Tale  of  High  American  Life; 
or.  Excursion  to  Montauk.  First  and  Last  Time.  By  Ned  Stratton 
.  .  .  Providence:  J.  F.  Moore^  Printer.  1 847.  8vo,  pp.  32,  includ- 
ing illustrations.  c.  92741 

Stratton  (R[oyal]  B.).  Captivity  of  the  Oatman  Girls:  being 
an  Interesting  Narrative  of  Life  among  the  Apache  and  Mohave 
Indians.  Containing  an  interesting  account  of  the  massacre  of  the 
Oatman  family,  by  the  Apache  Indians,  in  185  i ;  the  narrow  escape 
of  Lorenzo  D.  Oatman;  the  capture  of  Olive  A.  and  Mary  A. 
Oatman;  the  death,  by  starvation,  of  the  latter;  the  five  years'  suf- 
fering and  captivity  of  Olive  A,  Oatman ;  also,  her  singular  recap- 
ture in  1856;  as  given  by  Lorenzo  D.  and  Olive  A.  Oatman,  the 
only  surviving  members  of  the  family,  to  the  author,  R.  B.  Stratton. 
San  Francisco:  Whitton,  Towne  ^  Co^s  Excelsior  Steam  Power 
Presses,  15 1  Clay  Street,  3r^  door  below  Montgomery.  1857. 
i2mo,  pp.  231,  including  illustrations,  c,  heh.,  nyp.,  peab. 
+  Chicago:  Published  by  Chas.  Scott  &'  Co.  1 85 7.  [Verso  of 
title:]  Chas.  Scott  ^  Co.  Printers  &?  Binders,  Chicago,  Illinois. 
J.  Conahan,  Stereotyfer.  [Same  collation.]  nyp.  +  Fourteenth 
thousand.  Neiv-York:  Published  for  the  Author,  by  Carlton  ^ 
Porter,  200  Mulberry-street.  l2mo,  pp.  (2),  5-290,  (2),  includ- 
ing illustrations.  Plate  and  2  portraits,     aas.,  c,  newberry  92742 

These  issues  include  the  preface  to  the  second  edition,  dated  San  Francisco,  1857, 
and  the  New  York  edition,  the  preface  to  the  third  edition,  as  well,  dated  New-York, 
April,  1858. 

For  the  first  edition,  see  Life  among  the  Indians,  below. 

Located  copies  indicate  that  later  printings  in  New  York,  from  1858  to  1867, 
brought  the  edition  up  to  at  least  the  twenty-seventh  thousand.    a.'VS.,  b.,  bm.,  c,  h., 

HEH.,    HSI'.,   MINNHS.,   NEWBERRY,   NYH.,    NYP.,    UTEX.,  WHS.,   Y. 

A  San  Francisco,  1859,  edition,  possibly  an  error,  is  listed  in  Robert  Clarke  and 
Co.'s  "IJibliotheca  Americana,"  1878,  no.  4462. 

Reprinted,  Sj/cw,  Oregon,   1909.    aas.,   h.,  nyp. 

In  the  broadside  collection  at  aas.  is  a  sheet  w  ith  woodcuts  of  Olive  Oatman  and 
of  the  scene  of  the  massacre,  advertising  a  lecture  by  her  as  follows: 


STRATTON   (rOYAL    B.).  IO3 

Five  Years  among  the  Indians !  Miss  Olive  A.  Oatman,  Whose  Portrait  is  here 
given,  and  who  has  spent  nearly  six  years  in  a  horrid  and  merciless  captivity  among 
the  Apache  and  Mohave  Tribes,  will  give  some  Incidents  of  her  Sufferings  and 
adventures  At  On  1^59-    Commencing  at  8   o'clock  p.m.  .  .  .  Heath  & 

Seaver — Palladium  Potver  Press — Malone.    Folio  broadside. 

Stratton.  Life  among  the  Indians:  being  an  interesting  nar- 
rative of  the  Captivity  of  the  Oatman  Girls,  among  the  Apache  and 
Mohave  Indians.  Containing  also  an  interesting  account  of  the 
Massacre  of  the  Oatman  Family,  by  the  Apache  Indians,  in  185  I ; 
the  narrow  escape  of  Lorenzo  D.  Oatman;  the  capture  of  Ohve 
A.  and  Mary  A.  Oatman;  the  death  by  starvation  of  the  latter;  the 
five  years  suffering  and  captivity  of  Olive  A.  Oatman;  also,  her 
singular  recapture  in  1856;  as  given  by  Lorenzo  D,  and  Olive  A. 
Oatman,  the  only  surviving  members  of  the  family,  to  the  author, 
R.  B.  Stratton.  San  Francisco:  Whittony  Towne  ^  Co*s  excelsior 
steam  power  fresses,  15  I  Clay  Street,  T^rd  door  below  Montgomery. 
1857.    i2mo,  pp.  183,  including  illustrations.  heh.  92743 

First  edition. 

For  later  editions,  see  the  preceding  title. 

Title  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters,  who  states  that  the  author's  preface  is  dated: 
Yreka,  February  ist,  1857. 

Straub  (C[hristian]  M.).  Nebraska  and  Kansas.  Speech  of 
Hon.  C.  M.  Straub,  of  Penn'a.  In  the  House  of  Representatives, 
May  17,  1854.  [Colophon:]  Printed  at  the  Congressional  Globe 
Ojfice.   [Washington.   1854.]    8vo,pp.  8.  c,  utex.  92744 

Title  supplied  by  E.  W.  Winkler. 

Straub.  Speech  of  Hon.  C.  M.  Straub  ...  on  the  Tariff  Ques- 
tion— Banks — Know-Nothings.  In  the  House  of  Representatives, 
February  15,  1855.  [Washington,  Printed  at  the  Office  of  the 
Congressional  Globe,  1 85 5.]    8vo,  pp.  8.  C.  92745 

Caption  title.    Supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

Straubenmuller  (Johann).  Pocahontas,  oder:  Die  Griind- 
ung  von  Virginien.  Poetische  Erzahlung,  von  Johann  Strauben- 
miiller.  Baltimore:  1858.  In  Comm-ission  bei  W.  R.  Schmidt. 
No.  55  N.  Gaystrasse.  Gedruckt  bei  H.  F.  Th.  Kroh.  l8mo, 
pp.   III.  BM.,  C,  NYH.  92746 

[Strauch  (Adolphus)].  Spring  Grove  Cemetery:  Its  History 
and  Improvements.  5^i?  Cincinnati,  no.  131 14,  vol.  4.   aas.,  aml., 

B.,  C,  NYP. 

Attributed  to  Strauch  on  the  c.  printed  card. 


104  STRAUCH   (j.  C). 

Strauch  (J.  C).  Siidbrasilien  und  seine  deutschen  Kolonien. 
Mit  I  Spezialkarte.  Frankjurt  a.  M.  {Auffarth).  1858.  8vo, 
pp.  70.  BM.  92747 

Title  from  Kayser. 

Strawberry  District,  Va,  Baptist  Association.  Minutes  of 
the  Strawberry  District  Association,  holden  at  Marrowbone-Creek, 
May  29,  1790.   Richmond^   1790.   Svo.  92748 

Title  from  Evans,  no.  26219,  who  lists  also  without  locations  later  minutes,  1790— 
1793.    Swem  locates  the  io6th— 107th,  1906— 1907,  and  the  iioth,  1910,  at  va.state 


LIB. 


Accounts  I  of  I  Thomas 
of  I  Chester  County. 


Strawbridge  (Thomas).  State  |  of  the 
Strawbridge,  Esq.  |  late  |  Sub-Lieutenant 

From  the  time  of  his  appointment  under  the  MiHtia  Law  in  |  March 
1777,  to  the  8th  of  April  1778.  |  In  which  is  set  forth  the  Amount  of 
the  Fines  received  within  that  |  Period  from  Delinquents  of  Col. 
Evans's  Battalion,  for  |  non-performance  of  Militia  Duty  and  Exer- 
cise: I  Together  with  Lists  shewing  the  Names  of  the  Persons  by 
whom  Pay-  |  ments  have  been  made,  and  the  Sums  received  from  | 
them  respectively.  |  Likewise,  the  Disbursements  made  by  him,  and 
the  Payments  to  the  |  Treasury.  |  Philadelfhia:  |  Printed  by  F. 
Bailey y  at  Yorick*s  Ready  in  Market-Street.  \  M,  DCC,LXXXIV.  |  8vo, 
pp.  7.  HSP.  92749 

Title  from  Hildeburn,  no.  4573. 

Straws  by  Nemo.  iS^^  no.  52329,  vol.  13.  aas,,h.,nyh. 

Attributed  by  Gushing  to  Roland  F.  Coffin.  The  aas.  copy  has  a  ms.  note  on  the 
title  page  ascribing  the  work  to  "Miss  Vans  of  Boston." 

Stray  Leaves  from  Students'  Port-Folios.  Pennsylvania  College. 
Published  by  a  club.  Gettysburg:  Printed  by  Henry  C.  Neinstedt. 
1858.    8vo,  pp.  32.  HEH.  92750 

Title  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters. 

Stray  Subjects,  arrested  and  bound  over:  being  the  fugitive  off- 
spring of  the  "Old  'Un"  and  the  "Young  'Un,"  that  have  been 
"lying  round  loose,"  and  are  now  "tied  up"  for  fast  keeping.  With 
eight  original  illustrations,  from  designs  by  Darley.  Philadelfhia: 
T.  B.  Peterson  and  Brothers,  306  Chestnut  Street,  [cop.  1 848.] 
l2mo,  added  illustrated  title  page  and  pp.  viii,  (2),  19— 199.  7 
plates.  NYP.  -\- Philadelphia:  Grfz  &  Buck.  185 1.  [Verso  of 
title:]    E.  B.  Mears,  St^reotyper.    [Same  collation.] 

BA.,  H.  92751 

The  H.  copy  in  original  wrappers  has  on  the  cover  the  eighth  illustration  called  for 
by  the  title. 


STRAY    SUNBEAM.  IO5 

"The  greater  part  of  them  were  published  in  the  New  York  'Spirit  of  the  Times,' 
.  .  .  Some  .  .  .  were  originally  written  for  the  Philadelphia  'Saturday  Courier,'  the 
Boston  'Daily  Times,'  the  'Boston  Weekly  Symbol,'  the  'Yankee  Blade,'  "  and  other 
papers.  The  preface  is  signed:  Francis  A.  Durivage,  alias  the  "Old  'Un."  George  P. 
Burnham,  alias  the  "Young  'Un." 

For  the  first  edition,  see  [Durivage  (Francis  Alexander),  and  Burnham  (George 
P.)],  no.  21432,  vol.  6. 

The  Stray  Sunbeam:  a  Compilation  of  selections  from  the  Youth's 
Essay.  Edited  by  Z.  Pope  Vose,  Cynthia  I.  M'Intosh,  Henry  F. 
Perry,  S.  Frances  White.  Rockland:  Published  by  the  Youth's 
Educational  Union.    1854.    l6mo,  pp.  218.  92752 

Title  from  Williamson. 

Stray  Sunbeams,  being  Selections  from  the  "Planetarium,"  a 
weekly  paper,  conducted  by  the  young  ladies  of  the  Albany  Female 
Academy.  Published  for  the  benefit  of  the  Orphan  Asylum.  Albany. 
Published  by  Erastus  H.  Pease,  2"^  State-Street.  1844.  Printed  by 
Weed  &*  Parsons.  4to,  pp.  24.  B.  92753 

A  Stray  Yankee  in  Texas.  By  Philip  Paxton  [pseud.]  New  York. 
Red  field.  1 853.  i2mo,  added  engraved  title,  and  pp.  (2),  xvi, 
17—416.  Frontispiece.  c,  nyp.  92754 

By  Samuel  Adams  Hammett.   See  Diet.  Am.  Biog. 

Improved  title  of  our  entry  under  "Hammitt,"  no.  30083,  vol.  8. 

Straznicky  (Edward  Richard),  comf.  Catalogue  of  the  Li- 
brary of  the  American  Geographical  and  Statistical  Society.  See 
no.  1091,  vol.  I.   H.,  M.,  NYP. 

The  Streamlet  |  New  York  Printed  (sf  sold  at  J.  Hewitt's  Musi- 
cal Repository  N^  131  William  Street.  |  Sold  also  by  B.  Carr  Phila- 
delphia <y  /.  Carr  Baltimore.  Price  12  Cents.  [179—?]  Folio 
broadside.  NYP.  92755 

The  Streamlet.  Dimmock,  McLellan  &  Co.,  Editors  and  Pro- 
prietors. Vol.1.  Boston,  March  I,  1848.  No.  i.  {Boston.  1848.] 
8vo,  pp.  4.  B.  92756 

Weekly.  The  b.  file  is  complete  through  vol.  4,  no.  4,  June  14,  1848. 
Vol.  4,  no.  I,  was  published  by  G.  F.  McLellan  &  E.  A.  Gibbens,  and  nos.  2-4,  by 
McLellan,  May  &  Co. 

Strebeck  (George).  A  |  Collection  |  of  |  Evangelical  Hymns;  | 
made  from  |  DiflFerent  Authors  and  Collections,  |  for  the  |  English 
Lutheran  Church  |  in  New-York.  |  By  George  Strebeck.  |  .  .  •  | 
New-York:  \  Printed  by  John  Tiebout,  (Homer' s-Head)  |  No. 
T,S^,  Pearl-Street.  \  1797.  |  l2mo,  pp.  263.  aas.  92757 

The  AAS.  copy  in  contemporary  leather  is  bound  with  the  "Liturgy,  Gospels  and 


I06  STREBECK. 

Epistles,  of  the  English  Lutheran  Church  of  New-York.  To  which  is  added,  the 
Augustan  Confession  of  Faith,"  imprint  and  date  as  above,  pp.  130.  The  back  is  let- 
tered:  "Hymns  &  Liturgy." 

Strebeck.  a  I  Sermon.  |  Preached  |  (By  Courtsey)  |  in  the  | 
German  Reformed  Church,  |  At  New-York,  |  By  Rev.  George 
Strebeck.  |  New-York:  \  Printed  by  Tiebout  is'  O'Brien,  |  1 796.  | 

8V0,  pp.  16.  NYH.  92758 

Strebeck.  The  Wrath  to  come,  discussed  in  Three  Sermons 
.  .  .  the  certainty,  and  endless  duration  of  future  punishment,  main- 
tained against  the  doctrine  of  Universalists  ...  By  George  Strebeck 
.  .  .  Nezv-York.  Printed  by  L.  Nichols,  No.  308  Broadway.  1803. 
i2mo,  pp.  51.  GTS.  92759 

According  to  the  "Advertisement,"  pp.  3—4:  "The  author  of  the  following  sermons 
begs  leave  to  say  that  necessity  obliged  him  first  to  preach,  and  now  to  publish  them. 
A  report  having  circulated  that  he  had  forsaken  the  faith  of  the  church  with  which 
he  is  connected.  ..." 

Elicited:  A  Letter  to  the  Rev.  George  Strebeck,  containing  a  Candid  Review  of 
three  sermons  on  Wrath  to  come,  preached  and  published  by  that  gentleman.  .  .  . 
By  Nicholas  Chester.  New-York.  1803.  izmo,  pp.  65.  nyh.  For  a  reply  to  this 
letter,  see  Student,  pseud. 

Streckfuss  (G.  F.).  Der  Auswanderer  nach  Amerika,  oder 
treue  Schilderung  der  Schicksale,  welche  mich  auf  meiner  Wander- 
ung  nach  Amerika,  wahrend  meines  dortigen  Aufenthalts  und  auf 
meiner  Riickreise  trafen:  nebst  Bemerkungen  iiber  die  Land- 
schaften,  welche  ich  kennen  lernte,  die  Sitten  ihrer  Bewohner  und 
die  Lage  der  dort  eingewanderten  Deutschen,  von  G.  F.  Streckfuss. 
Xeit-z.  1836.  Verlag  voji  Immanuel  Webel.  [Colophon:]  Ge- 
druckt  beilm.  WebelinXeitz.   i6mo,  pp.  (4),  124.       nyp.  92760 

Streckfuss.  Sittengemalde  und  Landesansichten  aus  den  Ver- 
cinigten  Staaten,  nach  der  Natur  und  Originalen  gezeichnet  von 
G.  F,  Streckfuss.  Zeitz,  1 837.  Verlag  von  Immanuel  Webel. 
[Colophon:]  Zeitz,  1837.  Dedruckt  bei  I.  Webel.  l6mo,  pp. 
'V,  156.  NYP.  92761 

Strcclende  |  bcspiegeling,  |  over  de  groote  |  voordeelen  |  voor  den  | 
koophandcl  en  fabricken  |  in  |  Nederland,  |  die  geboren  staan  te 
worden  uit  hct  |  sluiten  van  een  |  commercie-tractant  |  met  den 
heer  |  J.  Adams,  |  minister  der  13  Vereenigde  Provintien  van  | 
Noord-Amerika.  |  Met  een  opdragt  aan  alle  kooplieden,  |  zee- 
handelaren  en  fabrikeurs  in  Nederland.  |  [n.  p.  1781.]  8vo,  pp. 
'"•  WLC.  92762 

D.itc  from  Knuttcl's  "Catalogus  van  dc  Pamlieltcn-Verzameling  berustende  in  de 
Koninklljkc  Bibliothek,"  no.    19512.   Information  supplied  by  Elizabeth   B.  Stecre. 


STREET  (a.  B.).  107 

Street  (Alfred  B[illings]).  The  Burning  of  Schenectady,  a 
f)oem,  dehvered  before  the  Alpha  of  the  Phi  Beta  Kappa  Society  of 
Union  College,  July  26,  1842,  by  Alfred  B.  Street,  m.a.  .  .  .  Al- 
bany:  Printed  by  C.  Van  Benthuysen  and  Co.    1842.    i2mo,  pp. 

(2),  64.  B.,  HEH.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  92763 

Street.  The  Burning  of  Schenectady,  and  other  Poems.  By 
Alfred  B.  Street.  Albany:  Weave  C.  Little.  New-Yorky  D.  A f pie- 
ton  and  Co. — Boston,  Little  and  Brown.  Philadelfhia,  Carey  and 
Hart.  1842.  [Verso  of  title:]  Printed  by  C.  Van  Be?ithuysen  ^ 
Co.,  Albany.    l2mo,  pp.  (8),  63,  36. 

AAS.,  BM,,  C,  CU.,  H.,  NYP.  92764 

Street.  The  Council  of  Revision  of  the  State  of  New  York;  its 
history,  a  history  of  the  courts  with  which  its  members  were  con- 
nected; biographical  sketches  of  its  members;  and  its  vetoes.  By 
Alfred  B.  Street.  Albany:  William  Gould,  Publisher.  1859. 
[Verso  of  title:]  Weed,  Parsons  ^  Co.,  Stereotyfers  and  Printers, 
Albany.  Svo,  pp.  573,  verso  blank,  errata  ( i  ). 

B.,  BA,,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.,  PEAB.,  UTEX., 
In  one  issue  the  list  of  errata  is  on  the  verso  of  p.  573.  WHS.,  Y.  92765 

Street.  Drawings  and  Tintings.  By  Alfred  B.  Street.  New 
York.  Burgess,  Stringer  &'  Co.,  and  M.  Y .  Beach,  Redding  and 
Co.,  Boston;  Geo.  Jones  and  W.  C.  Little,  Albany ;  G.  B.  T.eiber, 
Philadelphia;  Wm.  Taylor,  Baltimore  .  .  .  1844.  [On  cover:] 
Printed  by  J.  Munsell,  Albany.   Svo,  pp.  48. 

AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  BU.,  C,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.,  Y.  92766 

The  printed  front  cover  includes  a  table  of  contents  of  the  poems,  many  of  which 
have  an  historical  or  other  American  interest. 

Street.  Frontenac.  A  Poem  by  Alfred  B.  Street.  London: 
Richard  Bentley,  New  Burlington  Street,  Publisher  in  Ordinary  to 
Her  Majesty,  1849.  [Verso  of  title:]  London:  Bradbury  and 
Evans,  Printers,  White  friars.    1 2  mo,  pp.  xii,  327,  errata  (l). 

BM.,  BU.,  NYP.,  Y.  92767 

Street.   Frontenac :  or  The  Atotarho  of  the  Iroquois.   A  Met-  j>v 

rical  Romance  by  Alfred  B.  Street.   From  Bentley's  London  Edi-  O  ^ 

tion.    New  York:    Baker  and  Scribner,  145  Nassau  Street  and  36  pS, 

Park  Row.    1849.    [Verso  of  title:]    Printed  by  C .  W.  Benedict,  5  <w 
201  William  street.    i2mo,  pp.  xii,  324,  and  errata  slip.    Frontis- 
piece portrait.           aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  bu.,  c,  h.,  minnhs.,  nyh., 

NYP.,  UTEX.,  whs.,  Y.  92768 
Reprinted,  Albany,  1866.   aas.,  h.,  heh.,  nyh.,  nyp.,  peab.,  utex. 


I08  STREET  (a.  B.). 

Street.  Knowledge  and  Liberty.  A  Poem,  delivered  at  the  first 
semi-centennial  anniversary  of  the  Philomathean  Society,  Union 
College,  on  the  25th  day  of  July,  1848.  By  Alfred  B.  Street,  a.m. 
Albany:  Printed  by  Weedy  Parsons  (^  Co.    1849.   8vo,  pp.  15. 

NYP.  92769 

Street.  Our  State:  A  Poem.  By  Alfred  B.  Street.  Delivered 
before  the  Literary  Societies  of  the  N.  Y.  University,  on  the  26th  of 
June,  1849.  Published  by  order  of  the  Philomathean  Society.  New 
York:  Jennings  &'  Harrison,  Printers  122  Nassau  Street.   1849. 

8vo,  pp.  22.  AAS.,  B.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  NYH.  9277O 

Street.   A  Poem,  delivered  at  the  Anniversary  of  the  Pittsfield 

Young  Ladies'  Institute,  September  30th,    1852.    By  Alfred  B. 

Street.    Albany:    Gray,  Sprague,  6f  Co.    1852.    [Verso  of  title:] 

Joel  Munsell,  Printer,  Albany.   8vo,  pp.  8. 

AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  BU.,  C,  NYP.,  Y.  9277  I 

Issued  in  the  same  printed  covers  with  Palmer's  "Address  on  the  Education  of 
Woman",  see  our  no.  58372,  vol.  14,  note.  Cover  title:  Dr.  Palmers'  Address  and 
Mr.  Street's  Poem,  delivered  before  the  Pittsfield  Young  Ladies'  Institute. 

Street.  A  Poem  delivered  before  the  Connecticut  Alpha  of  the 
Phi  Beta  Kappa  Society  at  Yale  College,  New  Haven,  July  30, 
1 85 1.  By  Alfred  B.  Street,  Esq.,  of  Albany,  N.  Y.  New  Haven: 
Printed  by  R.  L.  Hamlen,  Printer  to  Yale  College.    185  I.    8vo, 

pp.  16.  AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  UTS.,  Y.  92772 

Cover  title:  The  Pilgrim  Spirit  .  .  . 

Street.    The  Poems  of  Alfred  B.  Street.    Complete  edition. 

New  York:  Published  by  Clark  &'  Austin,  130  Fulton-Street. 
1845.  [Verso  of  title:]  Stereotyped  by  Richard  C.  Valentine,  45 
Gold-street,  New  York.  Printed  by  Peck  &  Stafford,  New  Haven, 
Conn.  8vo,  engraved  title,  and  pp.  319.  Frontispiece,  aas.,  bm., 
BU.,  c,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTEX.,  Y.  +  [Same  imprint  and  colla- 
tion.] 1847.  ^-f  WHS.  +Fifth  Edition.  Neiv  York:  Published 
by  Clark  £sf  Austin,  205  Broadway.  1 848.  [Same  collation.]  NYH. 
+  Sixth  Edition.    [Same  imprint  and  collation.]     1850. 

H.,  NYH.  92773 

The  engraved  title  of  the  first  edition  has  the  date,  1846.  The  1850  edition  has  the 
engraved  title  of  1848. 

Reprinted  with  additional  poems,  2  vols.,  i6mo,  Nezv  York,  1 867.    aas.,  b.,  bm., 

BU.,  C,  NVH.,  p. 

Street.  Science:  a  Poem  dedicated  to  the  American  Association 
for  the  Advancement  of  Science,  Albany,  August  28,    1856,  by 


STREET  (a.  B.).  109 

Alfred  B.  Street.   Albany:    Van  Benthuysen,  Printer ,  407  Broad- 
way,  1856.  8vO,  pp.  9.      AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  HSP.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  92774 
Also  issued  in  "Inauguration  of  Dudley  Observatory,  at  Albany,"  1856,  pp.  127— 

135.     H.,  NVP.,  Y. 

Street.  Woods  and  Waters:  or,  The  Saranacsand  Racket.  With 
Map  of  the  Route  and  Nine  Illustrations  on  Wood.  By  Alfred  B. 
Street.  New  York:  M.Doolady^^C)  Walker  Street,  i860.  [Verso 
of  title:]  R.  Craighead^  Printer,  Stereotyfer,  and  Electrotyfer, 
Caxton  Buildingy  8 1,  83,  and  85  Centre  Street.  i2mo,  frontispiece 
map,  added  engraved  title,  and  pp.  (6),  xi— xx,  345,  including  illus- 
trations. 6  plates.  AAS.,  b.,  c,  cu.,  h.,  minnhs.,  nyh.,  nyp., 

p.,  peab.  92775 

Reprinted,  New  York,  1865,  h.,  minnhs.,  nyh.,  nyp.,  p.,  whs. 

See  also.  Hows  (J.  A.)  and  Street  (A.  B.),  "Forest  Pictures  in  the  Adirondacks," 
no.  33391,  vol.  8,  AAS.,  BM.,  c,  NYH.,  NYP.;  and  Stanton  (Henry  B[rewster]),  "Ad- 
dress .  .  .  and  Poem  by  Alfred  B.  Street,"  no.  90428,  vol.  23. 

The  above  list  contains  only  those  works  of  Street  with  especial  American  interest 
which  were  published  before  1861.   For  first  editions  of  other  works,  see  Foley. 

Street  (Franklin).  California  in  1850,  compared  with  what  it 
was  in  1849,  with  a  glimpse  at  its  future  destiny.  Also  a  concise 
description  of  the  Overland  Route,  From  the  Missouri  River,  by 
the  South  Pass,  to  Sacramento  City,  including  a  Table  of  Distances, 
From  point  to  point.  With  notes  on  the  facilities  along  the  route 
for  constructing  a  railroad.  And  also  a  brief  notice  of  the  water 
routf  [sic],  by  the  Isthmts  [sic]  of  Panama.  By  Franklin  Street. 
Cincinnati:  R.  E.  Edwards  &'  Co.,  19  West  ^th  St.,  &'  93  2^  St., 
Louisville.  And  sold  by  Bagley,  Freeman  ^  Co.,  1 15  Main  St., 
Cin.  1 85  I .  [Verso  of  title :]  Ben  Franklin  Book  and  Job  Printing 
Office.    i6mo,  pp.  88,  including  full-page  illustrations. 

c,  heh. 92776 

Title  from  a  photostatic  reproduction  in  nyp.  of  the  entire  work. 

Wagner  notes  that  the  word  "route"  is  correctly  spelled  on  the  printed  wrappers. 

Street  (Nicholas).  The  American  States  acting  over  the  |  Part 
of  the  Children  of  Israel  in  the  |  Wilderness,  and  thereby  impeding  | 
their  Entrance  into  Canaan's  Rest:  |  or,  |  The  human  Heart  dis- 
covering itself  un-  |  der  trials.  |  A  Sermon,  |  Preached  at  East- 
Haven,  April,  1777.  I  And  occasionally  at  Branford.  |  By  the  Rev. 
Nicholas  Street,  a.m.  |  Pastor  of  the  Church  of  Christ  in  East- 
Haven  I  And  now  made  public  at  the  Request  of  the  Hearers.  | 
New-Haven:  |  Printed  by  Thomas  and  Sam.uel  Green.  \  [1777.] 
8vo,  pp.  34.  ba.,c.,y.  92777 


no  STREET  (oWEn). 

Street  (Owen).  A  Discourse  delivered  at  the  Funeral  of  Rev. 
Chester  W.  Carpenter,  late  Pastor  of  the  Congregational  Church  in 
Sinclearville  [sic],  New-York.  By  Owen  Street.  Jamestown: 
Printed  by  J.  Warren  Fletcher.    1 847.    8 vo,  pp.  (4),  7- 1 4. 

Title  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters.  HEH.,  Y.  92778 

[Street],  comf.  Memoranda  of  the  Descendants  of  Amos 
Morris.   See  [Morris  (Anthony  Saunders)],  no.  50797,  vol.  12. 

B.,  C,  NYP.,  Y. 

Introduction  signed:   E.  L.  Hart.  O.  Street. 
The  collation  should  include  a  frontispiece. 

Street.  "The  Righteous  shall  be  had  in  everlasting  remem- 
brance." A  Sermon  delivered  at  Ansonia,  Conn.,  December  1 1, 
1853,  ^"  ^''^^  °^  ^^  recent  death  of  Anson  G.  Phelps,  the  founder 
of  the  place,  by  Rev.  Owen  Street  .  .  .  New  Haven:  Storer  and 
Morehouse,  Printers.    1853.    8vo,  pp.  24. 

C.y  MINNHS.  NYH.,  Y.  92779 
Reprinted  in  the  "American  National  Preacher,"  vol.  28,  1854,  pp.  29—42. 

Street.  A  Sermon  on  the  death  of  Mrs.  Cornelia  S.  Lansingh, 
delivered  in  the  Congregational  Church,  at  Jamestown,  Chautau- 
qua [sic]  County,  N.  Y.,  on  Thursday,  February  7,  1850,  by  the 
Rev.  Owen  Street.    Albany:    Joel  Munscll,  Printer.     1 850.    8vo, 

pp.  31.  EM.,  C,  HSP.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.,  Y.  92780 

Among  poems  in  memory  of  Mrs.  Lansingh  which  are  included  is  one  by  Alfred 
B.  Street. 

[Street  (Robert)].  The  Faith  and  Doctrines  of  the  Church 
of  the  Eternal  Son :  intended  as  a  Church  Book  for  the  Church  of  the 
Eternal  Son  generally.  Also,  for  the  use  of  all  sincere  seekers  after 
full  salvation  and  perfect  love;  and  particularly  for  the  convince- 
mcnt  of  such  as  doubt  the  truth  of  the  doctrine  of  the  "Eternal  Son- 
ship,"  or  that  Jesus  who  died  on  the  cross  is  the  only  God:  .  .  .  To 
which  is  added,  a  number  of  select  hymns  adapted  to  the  worship  of 
Jesus  "The  True  God."  .  .  .  This  book  has  been  more  than  seven- 
teen years  in  progress,  and  is  now  offered  to  all  (apart  from  its 
church  government)  as  a  book  of  reference  proving  the  divinity 
and  eternity  of  the  Son  of  God  as  a  Son.  Philadelphia:  1 849.  1 6mo, 
pp.  xx.xii,  13-408,  (16).  c.  92781 

In  MS.  on  the  title  page  of  the  c.  copy:    "By  Robert  Street." 
Information  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

[Street  (Thomas  George)].  Aura;  |  or  |  the  Slave.  |  A  Poem.  ] 
In  two  cantos.  |  Dcilicatcd  to  |  John  Carr,  L.  L.  D.  I  Master  of  the 


STREET    TALK.  Ill 

Grammar  School,  Hertford.  |  .  .  .  \London:  |  Printed  by  J.  Steven- 
son, Martlet-Court,  Bozv  Street.  \jor  G.  Kearsley,  No.  46,  Fleet- 
street.  I  M,DCC,Lxxxviii.  I  4to,  pp.  (4),  iii-36.  bm.,  c,  nyh.,  p.  -\- 
Phtladelfhia:  \  Printed  by  Joseph  James,  \  Chesnut-street.  \  M,DCC, 

LXXXVIII.    [    l6mo,  pp.   23.  M.,  NYH.  92782 

Dedication  signed:   "Tho.  Geo.  Street."' 

On  p.  viii  of  the  London  edition:  "The  story  on  which  the  following  Poem  is 
founded  is  chiefly  True,  and  was  related  to  the  Author,  when  in  Jamaica,  by  an  old 
Negro  woman." 

Improved  title  of  no.  2387,  vol.  i. 

Street  Talk  about  an  Ordinance.   See  Philadelphia,  no.  62297, 

vol.   15.    BA,,  C,  HSP.,  NYP. 

Streeter  (E.  S.),  comf.  The  Stranger's  Guide;  or.  The  Da- 
guerreotype of  Washington,  D.  C.  Compiled  by  E.  S.  Streeter. 
[^Washington,  D.  C]  C.  Alexander,  Printer.  1850.  24mo,  pp. 
36.  Folded  map.  C.  92783 

Streeter  (Gilbert  L[ewis]).  An  Account  of  the  Newspapers 
and  other  Periodicals  published  in  Salem,  from  1768  to  1856.  By 
Gilbert  L.  Streeter.  (From  the  Proceedings  of  the  Essex  Institute.) 
Salem:  Wm.  Ives  and  Geo.  W .  Pease  Printers.  Observer  Ojjice. 
1856.    8vo,pp.  33.  AAS., 

BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.,  Y.  92784 

A  separate  from  the  "Proceedings,"  vol.  i,  1856,  pp.  157—187. 

Streeter  (Milton  W.).  Incidents  in  the  Life  of  .  .  .  See  Ting- 
ley  (H.F.). 

Streeter  (Russell).  An  Interesting  Controversy  between  Rev. 
Clark  Brown,  Clergyman  of  the  Standing  Order,  in  Swanzey, 
(N.  H.)  and  Russell  Streeter,  Professional  Servant  of  Jesus  Christ: 
consisting  I.  Of  an  anonymous  piece  published  in  the  New-Hamp- 
shire Sentinel,  in  which  the  writer  misrepresented  the  sentiments  and 
preaching  of  the  Itinerant  Universalists,  in  the  vicinity  of  Keene,  &c. 

II.  A  Letter  to  Mr.  Brown,  (having  learned  he  was  the  "writer"  of 
the  above  mentioned  publication)  in  answer  to  his  misrepresentations. 

III.  Mr.  Brown's  Reply  to  that  Letter.  IV.  A  plain  answer  to  Mr. 
Brown's  Reply.  The  whole  submitted  to  the  perusal  of  Christians  of 
every  denomination,  particularly  those  of  Swanzey,  and  its  vicinity. 
By  Russell  Streeter.  Windsor,  {Vt.)  Printed  by  Jesse  Cochran. 
1814.  8vo,pp.  14.  AAS.  92785 

Streeter.  Latest  News  from  Three  Worlds,  Heaven,  Earth, 
and  Hell;  as  reported  at  a  four-days  meeting  in  Shirley,  Mass.  in 


112  STREETER  (rUSSELL). 

letters  to  eight  Calvinistic  ministers.  By  Russell  Streeter.  .  .  .  Bos- 
ton: Published  by  B.  B.  Mussey,  2(),  Cornhill.  1832.  l2mo,  pp, 
102,  errata  (i).  nyp.  +  Second  Edition.  Boston:  Printed  and 
Published  for  the  author.  Press  of  the  Universalist.  1833.  l8mo, 
pp.133.  AAS.,M.  92786 

Streeter.  Mirror  of  Calvinistic,  Fanatical  Revivals,  or  Jede- 
diah  Burchard  &  Co.  during  a  protracted  meeting  of  twenty-six 
days,  in  Woodstock,  Vt.  To  which  is  added  the  "Preamble  and 
Resolution"  of  the  town,  declaring  said  Burchard  a  nuisance  to  soci- 
ety. By  Russell  Streeter.  .  .  .  Woodstock^  Vt. :  Published  by  the 
Author.  Power  Press — C.  K.Smith  ^  Co.    1835.    l2mo,  pp.  120. 

In  five  parts.  BA.  92787 

Streeter.  Mirror  of  Calvinistic  Fanaticism,  or  Jedediah  Burch- 
ard &  Co.  during  a  protracted  Meeting  of  twenty-six  days  in  Wood- 
stock, Vermont.  By  Russell  Streeter.  .  .  .  Second  Edition.  Wood- 
stock: Published  by  Nahum  Haskell.  1835.  [Verso  of  title:] 
Poiver  Press — C.  K.  Smith  ^  Co.    l8mo,  pp.  168. 

AAS.,  NYH.  92788 

Streeter.  A  Sermon,  delivered  at  the  Funeral  of  Miss  Abigail 
Reed,  of  Westford,  Mass.,  aged  twenty  years;  who  departed  this 
Life  on  the  Tenth  of  September,  183 1,  the  Victim  of  Modern  Re- 
vivals. By  Russell  Streeter,  .  .  .  Worcester:  Sfooner  and  Church, 
Printers.    1831.  8vo,  pp.  20.  aas.  92789 

Streeter.  The  Universal  Friend;  or.  Morality,  Religion,  & 
Salvation,  Scripturally  Defended:  being  a  Candid  Reply,  to  "A 
Sermon,"  entitled,  "A  Solemn  Protest  against  the  Doctrine  of  Uni- 
versal Salvation :  by  Stephen  Farley,  Minister  of  the  Congregational 
Society  in  Clarcmont,  Newhampshire."  By  Russell  Streeter,  Em- 
bassador of  Jesus  Christ.  .  .  .  Written  and  published  by  request  of 
Abrahamic  Believers  in  Claremont,  and  elsewhere.  Kcene,  (N.H.) 
Printed  by  John  Prentiss — for  the  Author.  July — 1 8 16.  Bvo,  pp. 
48-  AAS.,  BM.  92790 

From  1821-1826  Streeter  was  the  editor  of  the  "Christian  Intelligencer,"  published 
in  Portland,  and  which,  according  to  Williamson,  was  the  first  Universalist  organ 
issued  in  Maine.   In  1827  the  place  of  publication  was  changed  to  Gardiner. 

A  few  other  works,  religious  in  character,  are  listed  in  Oilman. 

Tor  a  collection  of  hymns  compiled  by  Russell  and  Sabastian  Streeter,  see  final  note 
on  the  latter. 

An  attack  upon  Streeter  in  doggerel  verse,  was  published  together  with  a  number  of 
similar  rhymes,  under  the  title: 

Steward's  Thoughts  upon  Streeter'a  (Isms.).  Addressed  to  Saints  and  Sinners. 
[».  p.   i82-?J    izmo,  pp.   12.  AAS.  Caption  title.  The  author  was  probably  Dr.  Wil- 


STREETER  (s.  W.).  II3 

liam  Steward  of  Somerset  County,  Maine,  as  he  describes  himself  in  one  of  the  pieces 
as  an  itinerant  doctor  and  botanist.   See  our  nos.  91620— 91621,  vol.  23. 

Streeter  (S.  W.).  S^^  Streeter  (S[ereno]  W[right]). 

Streeter  (Sebastian).  God's  Works  Remembered.  A  Valedic- 
tory Discourse,  delivered  in  the  Ancient  Church,  of  the  First  Uni- 
versalist  Society,  in  Boston,  June  24,  1838;  being  the  last  Sabbath 
previous  to  taking  it  down.  By  Sebastian  Streeter,  Pastor.  .  .  .  Bos- 
ton: J.  N.  Bang,  Printer,  30  Cornh'ill.    1838.    8vo,  pp.  24. 

Contains  a  sketch  of  the  history  of  the  church.  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  M.  92  79  I 

Streeter.  A  Sermon  delivered  in  Rochester,  N.  H.  June  24th, 
A.  L.  5816.  Before  the  officers  and  brethren  of  Humane  Lodge,  at 
the  celebration  of  the  anniversary  festival  of  St.  John  the  Baptist. 
By  Sebastian  Streeter,  pastor  of  the  Universalist  Church  and  Society 
in  Portsmouth,  N.  H.  .  .  .  Samuel  Whidden,  frinter,  Portsmouth. 
1816.    i2mo,  pp.  21.  WHS.  92792 

Title  supplied  by  Annie  A.  Nunns.  Other  publications  of  Streeter  have  little  his- 
torical interest.  Together  with  his  brother,  Russell  Streeter,  he  compiled  "The  New 
Hymn  Book,  designed  for  Universalist  Societies,"  Boston,  1829.  aas.  It  was  fre- 
quently reissued. 

Streeter  (S[ebastian]  F[erris]).  Maryland,  two  hundred 
years  ago:  a  Discourse  by  S.  F.  Streeter.  Delivered  in  Baltimore, 
before  the  Maryland  Historical  Society,  on  its  Seventh  Anniversary 
Celebration;  May  20,  1852.  [Verso  of  title:]  John  D.  Toy, 
Printer.  [Baltimore.  1 852.]  8vo,  pp.  76. 
AAS,,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UP.,  Y.  92793 

Forms  no.  16  of  the  Md.  Hist.  Soc.  "Publications." 

Streeter  also  was  the  author  of  "The  First  Commander  of  Kent  Island,"  1868, 
Md.  Hist.  Soc.  "Fund-Publication,"  no.  2,  and  prepared  "Papers  relating  to  the  Early 
History  of  Maryland,"  1876,  "Fund-Publication,"  no.  9. 

Streeter  (S[ereno]  W[right]).  American  Slavery,  essentially 
sinful :  a  sermon ;  by  Rev.  S.  W.  Streeter,  Pastor  of  the  Congrega- 
tional Church  of  Austinburg,  O,    Oberlin:    J.  M.  Fitch.    1845. 

8vo,  pp.  23.  BM.,  M.,  WHS.,  WRHS.,  Y.  92794 

Full  name  of  author  supplied  from  the  "Alumni  Catalogue"  of  Oberlin  College, 
1927,  p.  356. 

Streeter  (Squire).  An  Oration,  delivered  on  Mount  Inde- 
pendence in  Goffstown,  New-Hampshire,  on  the  Twenty-sixth  An- 
niversary of  American  Independence,  July  Fourth,  18 12.  By  the 
Rev.  Squire  Streeter.  .  .  .  Concord,  N.  H.  Printed  by  I.  and  W.  R. 

Hill.    1812.    8vo,pp.  16.  AAS.,  NYH.  92795 


114  STREETS    OF    NEW    YORK. 

The  Streets  of  New-York.  See  Sphinx,  fseud.,  no.  89421,  vol. 
22. 

Streit  (Philip  B.).  Address  by  Philip  B.  Streit,  Esq.,  delivered 
on  the  4th  of  July,  1842,  in  the  Presbyterian  Church,  at  Romney,  at 
the  request  of  the  Hampshire  County  Temperance  Society.  Rom- 
ney, Va.  Printed  by  William  Harfer.    8vo,  pp.  16.  BA.  92796 

Strength  in  Weaicness:   Manifest  in  the  Life  ...  of  that  faithful 
\)f\/^  Servant  ...  Elizabeth  Stirredge.    See  Stirredge   (Elizabeth),  no. 

^/    j  91858,  vol.  23. 

Strength  out  of  Weakness,  London.    1652. 

v'  ^i  '  Because  of  the  difficulties  involved  in  differentiating  the  issues  of  the  tract,  it  seems 
•^  A  '^^  preferable  to  give  some  general  notes  before  entering  the  titles.  Special  acknowledg- 
*  '.  /J  nient  should  be  made  of  the  assistance  of  L.  C.  Wroth  in  furnishing  descriptions  as  to 
'  .  I  the  jcB.  copies,  many  of  which  contain  ms.  notes  of  G.  P.  Winship  relating  to  varia- 
tions; also  of  that  of  Ernest  Kletsch  in  giving  information  as  to  the  c.  copies. 

The  work  is  considered  the  sixth  of  a  series  commonly  called  the  "Eliot  Indian 
Tracts,"  the  first,  according  to  this  reckoning,  being  "New  Englands  First  Fruits," 
1643,  our  no.  52758,  vol.  13.  However,  in  the  second  prefatory  section  of  the  tract 
Itself,  it  is  stated  that  "This  is  the  nfth  Treatise  hath  been  published  to  the  world  in 
this  kinde  (but  the  first  by  the  Corporation),"  /.  e.  the  "Corporation  in  England  .  .  . 
by  the  name  of  the  President  and  Society  for  Propagation  of  the  Gospel  in  New  Eng- 
land," chartered  in  1649.  ^ee  our  vol.  21,  p.  463,  note  2.  "New  Englands  First 
Fruits,"  dealing  with  the  "Colledge  at  Cambridge,"  etc.  as  well  as  with  the  Indian 
work,  was  evidently  not  counted  at  the  time  as  one  of  the  series.  For  the  four  other 
preceding  tracts,  see  [Shepard  (T.)],  "The  Day-Breaking,  If  not  the  Sun-Rising  of 
the  Gospell  with  the  Indians  in  New-England,"  1647,  no.  80207,  vol.  19,  and  his 
"The  Clear  Sun-shine  of  the  Gospel  breaking  forth  upon  the  Indians  in  New-Eng- 
land," 1648,  no.  80205;  Eliot  (J.),  "The  Glorious  Progress  of  the  Gospel  amongst 
the  Indians,"  no.  22152,  vol.  6;  and  [Whitfield  (Henry)],  "The  Light  appearing  .  .  . 
or,  A  farther  Discovery  of  the  present  state  of  the  Indians,"  165 1.  For  the  later 
tracts,  see  Eliot  (J.),  nos.  22166,  22162,  22149,  22151,  and  22142,  vol.  6. 

Because  of  the  prominence  of  the  name  of  Whitfield  on  the  titles,  see  below,  the 
tract  is  frequently  entered  under  his  name.  However,  the  titles  merely  state  that  the 
"last  Treatise  to  that  effect"  was  published  or  "set  forth"  by  Henry  Whitfield. 

The  preliminaries  of  the  work  include  a  dedication  to  Parliament,  and  two  prefaces, 
the  first  addressed  "To  the  Reader,"  and  the  second.  In  some  copies  similarly  addressed 
"To  the  Christian  Reader,"  and  in  others  headed  "Strength  out  of  Weaknesse."  The 
second  preface  evidently  explains  the  title,  mentioning  the  discouragements  to  the 
Corporation  in  the  criticisms  and  scepticism  of  even  some  from  New  England,  but 
also  the  encouragements,  in  the  growth  of  the  work,  in  contributions,  and  in  the 
willingness  of  members  to  contribute  their  services. 

The  text  contains  two  letters  from  John  Eliot,  the  first  dated  "Roxbury  the  28th: 
of  the  2d:  1651";  letters  from  John  Wilson,  William  Leverich,  Anthoney  Bessey, 
Thomas  Mayhcw,  John  Endecott,  William  French,  and  Thomas  Allen,  describing  the 
progress  of  the  work  during  165  I,  or  vouching  for  its  existence  and  importance;  also 
a  concluding  paragraph,  signed  for  the  Corporation  by  the  President,  William  Steele. 

An  examination  of  a  large  number  of  copies  has  led  to  the  conclusion,  first  that 
there  Is  an  edition  with  collation,  pp.  (12),  33,  (i),  which  is  quite  Independent,  and 
easily  distinguishable;  also  secondly,  that  of  the  issues  with  collation,  pp.  (15),  verso 
blank,  40,  there  were  two  or  more  printings  of  sections  of  the  book  wliich  were  fre- 
quently confused  in  making  up  copies.    In  later  printings  of  the  latter  group  the  same 


STRENGTH    OUT    OF    WEAKNESS.  II5 

fonts  of  type  were  used  for  the  most  part,  and  the  general  set  up  of  the  pages  of  the 
earlier  printing  was  followed,  the  greater  number  of  line  ends  and  catchwords  corre- 
sponding. Copies  with  the  same  title  page  may  have  different  combinations  of  the 
printings  of  the  preliminaries  and  text,  yet  certain  combinations  have  been  found  to 
be  more  usual  with  each. 

That  the  edition  with  fewer  pages  preceded  the  issues  with  40  pages  of  text  is  pos- 
sible since  remainders  of  the  sheets  of  one  of  the  latter  were  reissued  in  London  in 
1657,  with  a  new  title,  "The  Banners  of  Grace  and  Love  displayed,"  our  no.  3213, 
vol.  1. 

A  description  of  varying  details  of  sections  of  the  tract  is  found  in  the  Church 
Catalogue,  no.  519.  In  that  analysis  features  of  the  edition  with  33,  (i),  pages  of 
text  are  described  together  with  those  of  the  issues  with  40  pages  of  text.  As  sheets 
of  the  former  have  not  been  found  in  combination  with  these  of  the  latter,  the  char- 
acteristics of  the  edition  with  fewer  pages  will  be  described  here  under  the  title  always 
found  with  it. 

The  number  of  varying  title  pages  has  been  estimated  as  high  as  six  or  seven.  A 
comparison  of  many  copies  of  the  work,  and  photostats  of  titles  of  other  copies  leads 
us  to  the  belief  there  were  but  four  altogether,  and  only  three  found  with  40  pages 
of  text.  It  is  probable  that  other  variations  in  printed  descriptions  of  the  work,  as 
for  instance  in  Stevens's  "Historical  Nuggets,"  are  the  result  of  error.  Alterations 
in  course  of  printing  have  been  noted  and  possibly  other  Tariations  due  to  this  may 
exist. 

In  the  Church  Catalogue  the  description  of  variations  in  sections  of  the  tract  is 
taken  up  under  five  main  heads,  the  title,  the  dedication,  the  first  preface  "To  the 
Reader,"  the  second  preface  "To  the  Christian  Reader,"  and  the  text.  To  prevent  con- 
fusion, in  the  following  scheme  the  combinations  of  letters  and  numbers  standing  for 
certain  variations  will  agree  with  those  used  in  the  Church  Catalogue  to  denote  the 
same  ones.  Our  descriptions  will  be  briefer,  only  enough  being  included  to  differen- 
tiate the  printings.    Additional  points  vvhich  have  been  noted  will  be  included. 

1.  Title.   Ai 

(a)  Title  in  which  the  typographical  error,  "Pulished"  for  "Published," 
occurs  in  the  15th  line. 

(b)  Title  described  in  Church  from  no.  32  of  the  collection  of  Americana 
included  in  the  Tower  Catalogue.  A  photostat  of  the  title  from  this 
copy  now  at  hsp.  shows  that  it  corresponds  to  the  following  i  (c). 

(c)  Title  in  part  from  the  same  type  as  i  (a),  but  with  the  three  lines 
above  the  quotation  arranged  as  four  lines,  and  "formerly  set  forth" 
substituted  for  "Pulished."    A  photo-facsimile  is  in  Church,  no.  519. 

(d)  Title  of  the  edition  with  collation,  (12),  33,  (i).  A  noticeable  char- 
acteristic is  that  "Weaknesse"  in  the  third  line  has  "VV"  instead  of 
"W".  In  Church  this  is  said  to  have  "Cant.  8.  8."  followed  by  two 
lines  before  the  imprint.  The  jcb.  copy  and  hsp.  (Tower  no.  33),  the 
latter  mentioned  in  Church,  have  three  lines  before  the  imprint. 

(e)  Title  with  words  "Strength  out  of  Weakness"  all  on  one  line,  and  in 
lower  case  letters  except  for  the  initial  capital  "S"  and  "W."  In  Church 
there  are  said  to  be  four  lines  between  the  line,  "Published  by  the 
aforesaid  Corporation,"  and  the  imprint,  but  in  all  the  copies  we  have 
examined  there  are  but  three.  A  photostat  of  one  of  the  Tower  copies 
mentioned  in  Church  has  but  three. 

2.  Epistle  dedicatory.   A 2-3 

Headings  and  signatures  as  follows: 

(a)   TO  THE   I   SUPREAME  AUTHORITIE    |   of  this  nation,    |    The 
Parliatnent  of  the   Common-   |    Wealth  of  England.   | 
Signed  by  John  Owen  and  eleven  others. 

In  Church  the  fifth  line  is  said  to  begin  "wealth"  but  in  all  the  copies 
we  have  examined  it  begins  "W ealth ,"  with  a  capital. 


Il6  STRENGTH    OUT    OF    WEAKNESS. 

(b)  Heading  as  above. 

Signed  by  William  Steele,  President. 

In  Church  this  variation  is  said  to  have  a  large  capital  "N"  in  Nation, 
but  in  the  detailed  description  of  Church  519,  it  is  not  noted.  In  all 
the  copies  we  have  examined  "Nation"  is  all  in  small  capitals.  The 
beginning  of  this  variation  of  the  dedication  is  from  the  same  setting 
of  type  as  the  preceding. 

(c)  See  below,  note  under  edition  with  pp.  (iz),  33,  (i). 

The  dedication  to  Parliament  as  the  supreme  authority  makes  prominent  the  fact 
that  the  work  was  published  in  the  turbulent  period  between  the  execution  of  Charles 
I.  and  the  beginning  of  the  protectorate  of  Cromwell.  The  twelve  men  whose  names 
were  signed  to  the  dedication  in  the  form  2  (a)  were  a  group  of  prominent  puritan 
and  independent  divines.  William  Steele,  on  the  other  hand,  was  a  layman,  later  lord 
chancellor  of  Ireland. 

3.  First  preface,  "To  the  Reader."   A4  and  a  1-2 

Headings  and  signatures  as  follows: 

(a)  To  the  Reader.  |  Christian  Reader;   \  pp.  (5). 
Signed  by  W.  Gouge  and  13  others. 

(b)  Heading  as  above,    pp.   (5). 

Signed  by  William  Gouge  and  17  others. 

The  first  leaf  is  from  the  same  setting  of  type  as  the  preceding  varia-  ( 

tion,  but  the  two  last  leaves  are  from  a  different  setting.  ' 

(c)  See  below,  note  under  edition  with  pp.  (12),  33,  (1).  ' 

4.  Second  preface.   B1-2  I 

Heading  as  follows:    [No  variation  signed.] 

(a)  To  the  Christian  Reader.    Christian  Reader;  pp.   (3),  verso  blank. 

(b)  STRENGTH  |  OFT  OF  \  WEAKNESSE;  |  . .  .   pp.  (4). 

The  wording  of  the  two  issues  of  the  second  preface  is  practically  the 
same,  but  they  are  from  different  settings  of  type.  At  the  end  a  refer- 
ence is  made  to  a  letter  of  John  Eliot,  following  in  the  text,  dated, 
"Roxbury  the  28''':  of  the  2^:  1651."  In  4  (a)  the  second  month  is 
given  as  February,  and  (b)  as  April,  according  as  Eliot  was  consid- 
ered as  following  the  new  or  the  old  calendar, 
(c)   See  below,  note  under  edition  with  pp.  (12),  33,  (i). 

5.  Last  page  of  text. 

(a)    Witli  heading:    "The  Corporation  to  the  Reader."  The  statement  is 
signed  in  behalf  of  that  body  by  "William  Steele  Esquire,  President." 

(b)  Text  the  same  but  without  the  heading. 

(c)  See  below,  note  under  edition  with  pp.  (12),  33,  ( I ). 

ADDITIONAL  POINTS   NOT   NOTED   IN  THE   CHURCH    DESCRIPTION. 

Issues  with  40  pages  of  text. 

6.  Editions  of  the  text,  pp.  1-4.    63-4 

These  pages  are  part  of  the  same  sheet  as  the  second  preface.  There  are  ac- 
cordingly two  printings  corresponding  to  the  two  printings  of  the  second 
preface.  These  are  not  alw.iys  bound  with  the  same  printings  of  sheets  C-F. 

(a)  Ornamental  headline  on  p.  i. 

(b)  Without  the  line  of  ornament. 

7.  Editions  of  the  text,  pp.  5-40.    C-G. 

There  arc  two  different  settings  of  type,  with  line  ends  and  catchwords  most 
frequently  corresponding,  so  that  at  first  sight  the  two  editions  are  not  strik- 
ingly different.  Though  copies  of  one  or  other  of  these  printings  usually 
correspond  quite  closely  throughout  there  are  a  few  changes  made  during  the 
course  of  printing.  A  few  of  the  many  variations  which  mark  the  two  editions 
may  be  noted. 


STRENGTH    OUT    OF    WEAKNESS.  II7 

Text  7  (a).  Text  7  (b). 

Heading  of  Eliot's  letter  on  p.  6. 
WoTshi-pjull  and  much  Honored  in  the  |        Worshipfull    and    much    honoured    \    in 
Lord  the  Lord. 

Wilson's  signature  on  p.  20. 
Begins  below  "and"  In  line  above.  Begins  below  "Brother"  In  line  above. 

Ornamental  initial  on  p.  27. 
With  lined  border.  Without  line. 

Ornamental  initial  on  p.  33. 
Without  lined  border.  With  lined  border,  different  design  with 

dotted  background. 
Text  7  (a).  Text  7  (b). 

Variations  on  p.  36  noted  in  new  jcb.  printed  catalogue. 
Floriated  initial  at  beginning  of  second        i.    No    floriated    initial,    line    17   begins 
paragraph,    line    17    begins    "stand    one  "word  of  English." 

word  of  English."  2.    Floriated  initial,  line  begins 

"derstand  one  word  of  English." 
Signature  mark  on  p.  37,  heading  of  p.  40. 
F  repeated  instead  of  G.    No  heading.  i.    F,  but  with  heading:  "The  Corpora- 

tion to  the  Reader,"  on  p.  40. 
2.    G,  with  heading  as  above. 

Strength  |  ovtof  |  VVeaknesse;  |  Or  a  Glorious  |  Manifestation 
Of  the  further  Progresse  of  the  |  Gospel  among  the  Indians  in 
New-England.  |  Held  forth  in  Sundry  Letters  from  |  divers  Minis- 
ters and  others  to  the  |  Corporation  established  by  Parliament  for  | 
promoting  the  Gospel  among  the  Heathen  in  |  New-England:  and 
to  particular  Members  there-  |  of  since  the  last  Treatise  to  that 
effect,  former-  |  ly  set  forth  by  Mr.  Henry  whitfield,  late  Pastor  of 
Gil-  I  ford  in  New-England.  |  Published  by  the  aforesaid  Corpora- 
tion. I  [4  lines.]  I  LondoUy  Printed  by  M.  Simmons  for  John  Blague 
I  and  Samuel  Howes,  and  are  to  be  sold  at  their  \  Shops  in  Pofes- 
Head-Alley.  1652.  |  4to,  pp.  (12),  33,  (l).  A-E  in  fours,  F  in 
three.  HSP.,  jCB.  92797 

Title  I  (d). 

It  seems  possible  that  this  edition  with  fewer  pages  preceded  the  issues  with  pp.  40 
in  the  main  text,  because  the  edition  with  title,  "The  Banners  of  Grace  and  Love 
displayed,"  published  in  London  in  1657,  five  years  later,  was  an  isssue  of  the  sheets 
of  one  of  the  40  page  tracts  with  a  new  title  page  prefixed.  However  the  following 
substantial  reasons  have  been  advanced  for  its  being  a  later  issue:  first,  the  tendency 
of  compositors  setting  up  from  copy  already  in  type  to  compress;  secondly,  the  date 
of  Eliot's  letter,  see  above,  note  4  (b),  is  given  as  "April"  which  is  probably  the 
more  correct  rendering  of  his  "2<i:"  month;  and  lastly  because  in  one  or  two  instances 
a  modernized  spelling  Is  used. 

Though  there  are  minor  variations  in  the  text,  the  material  is  the  same  as  that 
included  In  the  editions  with  more  pages. 

Possibly  the  edition  was  not  large,  as  we  have  located  but  two  copies  in  this  country. 

Dedication  signed  by  "William  Steele,  President,"  pp.  4.    2  (c) 

First  preface  "To  the  Reader,"  signed  by  W.  Gouge  and  13  others,  pp.  (4).    3  (c) 

Second  preface  with  heading,  "STRENGTH  OFT  OF  VVEAKNESSE;  ..."  pp. 
(2).  4  (c) 

Heading  of  p.  [34]  :  "The  Corporation  to  the  Reader."  The  statement  is  signed  in 
behalf  of  that  body  by  "Wi/Z/'aw  5/fe/«  Esquire,  President."   5  (c) 

VOL.  XXIV.  8 


Il8  STRENGTH    OUT    OF    WEAKNESS. 

Strength  |  ovt  of  |  Weaknesse ;  |  Or  a  Glorious  |  Manifestation  | 
Of  the  further  Progresse  of  |  the  Gospel  among  the  Indians  |  in 
New-England.  |  Held  forth  in  Sundry  Letters  |  from  divers  Min- 
isters and  others  to  the  |  Corporation  established  by  Parliament  for 
I  promoting  the  Gospel  among  the  Hea-  |  then  in  New-England; 
and  to  particular  |  Members  thereof  since  the  last  Trea-  |  tise  to 
that  effect,  Pu[b]lished  by  |  M'  Henry  Whitfield  late  Pastor  \  of 
Gilford  in  New-England.  |  [4  lines.]  |  London;  |  Printed  by  M. 
Simmons  for  John  Blague  and  |  Samuel  Hoives,  and  are  to  be  sold 
at  their  \  Shof  in  Pofes-Head-Alley.  1652.  |  4to,  pp.  (15),  verso 
blank,  40.  A  in  four,  a  in  two,  B-F  in  fours,  G[or  F]  in  two. 

Title  I  (a).  AAS.,  B.,  C,  H.,  HSP.,  JCB.,  M.,  NYP.,  UTS.  92798 

This  edition  of  the  title  pag-e  is  the  only  one  in  which  the  preceding  Eliot  Tract  is 
said  to  have  been  "Pu[b]  lished"  by  Whitfield,  rather  than  "set  forth."  In  some  bibli- 
ographies, e.g.  Stevens'  "Historical  Nuggets,"  no.  1978,  and  in  the  note  in  Sabin's 
reprint  of  the  tract  the  typographical  error  is  not  noted,  but  it  is  found  in  all  the 
copies  we  have  examined.  The  probable  date  of  publication  of  this  issue  is  fixed  by  the 
fact  that  in  the  Thomason  Catalogue,  1908,  under  date  of  Aug.  4,  1652,  is  a  short 
entry  of  the  title  including  the  words,  "since  the  last  treatise  published  by  Mr.  Henry 
Whitfield." 

The  most  usual  combination  of  variations  in  groups  of  pages,  as  described  above,  is 
as  follows:  2  (a),  3  (a),  4  (a),  5  (a),  6  (a),  7  (b).  However,  the  Bass  copy  at  aas. 
has  the  following:  2  (a),  3  (b),  4  (b),  5  (b),  6  (b),  7  (a). 

In  most  copies  p.  36  of  the  text  is  without  a  floriated  initial  and  line  17  reads  "word 
of  English,"  but  one  of  the  jcb.  copies,  the  nyp.  and  uts.  copies  have  the  floriated 
initial,  line  17  reading  "derstand  one  word  of  English,"  and  the  aas.  Bass  copy  has 
a  floriated  initial,  and  line  17,  "stand  one  word  of  English." 

Strength  |  ovt  of  |  Weaknesse ;  |  Or  a  Glorious  [  Manifestation  | 
Of  the  further  Progresse  of  |  the  Gospel  among  the  Indians  [  in 
New-England.  |  Held  forth  in  Sundry  Letters  j  from  divers  Min- 
isters and  others  to  the  |  Corporation  established  by  Parliament  for 
I  promoting  the  Gospel  among  the  Hea-  |  then  in  New-England ; 
and  to  particular  |  Members  thereof  since  the  last  Trea-  j  tise  to  that 
effect,  formerly  set  |  forth  by  M'  Henry  Whitfield  j  late  Pastor  of 
Gilford  in  |  New-England.  |  Published  by  the  aforesaid  Corporation. 
I  [4  lines.]  I  London;  \  Printed  by  M.  Simmons  for  John  Blague 
and  I  Samuel  Hozces,and  are  to  be  sold  at  their  |  Shop  in  Popes-Head- 
Alley.  1652.  I  4to,  pp.  (15),  verso  blank,  40.  A  in  four,  a  in  two, 
B-F  in  fours,  F  [or  G]  in  two. 

AAS.,  B.,  c,  HEH.,  HSP.,  JCB.  (4  Copies),  NVP.  (3  Copies)  92799 

Title  I  (c). 

Sheet  A  ,is  found  with  tills  title  shows  signs  of  alteration  during  the  course  of 
printing.  It  is  in  large  part  from  the  type  of  the  same  sheet  in  the  preceding  issue, 
most  copies  having  the  same  form  of  the  dedication,  2(a),  but  others,  2(b). 

The  most  usual  combination  of  variations  in  groups  of  pages,  as  described  above,  is 
as  follows:  2  (a),  3  (a),  4  (a),  5  (a),  6  (a),  7  (b).  The  variations,  2  (b),4  (b),  6  (b), 
7  (a),  have  also  been  found  in  some  copies.  In  most  copies  there  is  no  floriated  initial 


STRENGTH    OUT    OF    WEAKNESS.  II9 

on  p.  36,  and  line  17  reads  "word  oi  English,"  but  several  copies  have  been  found  with 
the  floriated  initial,  and  line  17  reading  "derstand  one  word  oi  English." 

Strength  out  of  Weakness.  |  Or  a  Glorious  |  Manifestation  [  Of 
the  further  Progresse  of  the  |  Gospel  |  amongst  |  the  Indians  |  in 
I  New-England.  |  Held  forth  in  sundry  Letters  j  from  divers  Min- 
isters and  others  to  the  j  Corporation  established  by  Parliament  for 
I  promoting  the  Gospel  among  the  Hea-  |  then  in  New-England; 
and  to  particular  |  Members  thereof  since  the  last  Trea-  |  tise  to 
that  effect,  formerly  set  | forth  by  M''  Henry  Whitfield  |  late  Pastor 
of  Gilford  in  |  New-England.  |  Published  by  the  aforesaid  Corpora- 
tion. I  [3  lines.]  I  London,  Printed  by  M.  Simmons  for  John  Blague 
I  and  Samuel  Howes ,  and  are  to  he  sold  at  their  \  Shop  in  Popes  Head 
Alley.  1652.  I  4to,  pp.  (15),  verso  blank,  40.  A  in  four,  a  in  two, 
B-F  in  fours,  F  [or  G]  in  two. 

Title  i(e).        B.,  C.  (2  COpies),  H,,  JCB.  (2  COpies),  NYP.,  Y.  9280O 

This  title  is  from  a  different  setting  of  type  from  the  two  preceding. 

In  some  copies  a  hyphen  is  distinguished  between  Head  and  Alley  in  the  imprint. 

The  most  usual  combination  of  variations  in  groups  of  pages,  as  described  above, 
is  as  follows:  2(b),  3(b),  4(b),  s(b),  6(b),  7(a).  The  variations  3(a),  4(a),  5(a), 
6(a),  7(b),  have  also  been  found  in  some  copies.  Most  copies  have  a  floriated  initial 
on  p.  36,  and  line  17  reads  "  stand  one  word  of  English,"  but  two  copies  located 
have  the  initial  floriated,  and  the  line  reading  "derstand  one  word  of  English." 

The  Banners  of  Grace  and  Love  displayed  in  the  farther  Conver- 
sion of  the  Indians  in  New-England,  1657.  "S^?^  our  no.  3213,  vol.  I. 

BODLEIAN,  H. 

This  edition  is  a  reissue  of  earlier  sheets  of  "Strength  out  of  Weaknesse,"  with  a 
new  title  page  prefixed.  The  combination  of  variations  of  groups  of  pages  included  is 
as  follows:  2  (a),  3  (a),  4  (a),  5  (a),  6  (a),  7  (b).  The  second  paragraph  on  p.  36 
begins  with  the  floriated  initial,  and  line  ij  reads  "derstand  one  word  of  English." 

The  variations  described  correspond  most  closely  with  those  most  frequently  found 
with  title  I  (a),  but  as  we  have  located  but  one  copy  in  this  country  it  is  impossible  to 
say  that  other  issues  of  the  title  may  not  have  been  bound  with  other  combinations. 
If  all  copies  were  found  to  be  made  up  as  described  above  it  would  suggest  that  title 
I  (a)  was  the  latest  rather  than  the  earliest  of  the  issues  with  40  pages  of  text.  In 
that  case  i  (e)  would  probably  be  the  first  of  these  issues,  and  i  (c)  which  appears  to 
be  a  transitional  issue  between  the  two  would  be  the  second. 

Strength  out  of  Weakness:  or  A  Glorious  Manifestation  of  the 
Further  Progress  of  the  Gospel  among  the  Indians  in  New  England. 
By  Henry  Whitfield.  New  York:  Reprinted  for  Joseph  Sabin. 
1865.    [Verso  of  title:]    Muns ell,  Printer.   4to,  pp.  (2),  4,  (18), 

59.  B.,  BA.,  C,  H.,  NYP.,  Y.  92801 

Half  title:   Sabin's  Reprints,  Quarto  Series.   No.  V. 

On  verso  of  title:   Edition  250  Copies,  of  which  50  are  on  large  paper. 

Following  the  title  is  a  "Notice"  signed  by  Joseph  Sabin,  stating  that  there  are  two 
other  editions,  and  giving  full  titles  and  collations.  These  appear  to  be  taken  from 
titles  I   (a),  and  i    (c),  but  there  are  typographical  differences  which  may  be  due  to 


120  STRENUOUS    MOTIVES. 

error.  It  is  possible  that  sucii  variations  may  exist  but  we  have  not  located  copies  with 
them. 

The  reprint  appears  to  have  been  made  from  a  copy  in  which  the  combination  of 
variations  in  groups  of  pages  was  as  follows:  2  (b),  3  (b),  4  (a),  5  (b),  6  (a),  7  (a). 

Another  reprint  taken  from  the  Bass  copy  at  aas.,  title  i  (a),  appears  in  Mass.  Hist. 
Soc.  "Collections,"  3d  ser.,  vol.  4,  1834,  pp.  149-196. 

Strenuous  Motives  |  for  an  |  Immediate  War  |  against  |  Spain.  | 
With  a  short  account  of  the  vigorous  |  War  made  by  King  Edward 
I.  for  Dcpre-  |  dations  upon  his  Subjects-  |  Mr.  Addison's  Opinion 
of  our  Trade  and  |  Commerce.  |  The  Author's  Thoughts  upon  the 
fatal  Consequen-  |  ces  of  losing  the  present  Opportunity.  |  Hannibal's 
Speech  to  the  Senate  of  Carthage.  |  And  Reflections  upon  the  De- 
struction of  the  Spa-  I  nish  Fleet  in  17 18.  |  ...  |  Inscribed  to  the 
Merchants  of  Great-Britain  |  Trading  to  America.  |  London:  \ 
Printed  jor  G.  SfavaUy  next  the  Feathers  Tavern^  over-  |  against  St. 
Clement* s-Church  in  the  Strand;  1738.  |  Svo,  pp.  (4),  35,  adver- 
tisement (l).  JCB,,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WLC,  Y,  92802 
See  also  Billyke  beweegreedenen,  no.  5422,  vol.  2.   b. 

Strephon,  fseud.  A  I  Panegyrick.  |  By  Strephon.  |  .  .  .  |  Phila- 
delfhia:  \  Printed  and  Sold  by  William  Dunlaf,  M,DCC,LXli.  |  Sq. 
Svo,  pp.  II.  p.  92803 

Title  from  Hildeburn,  no.  1841. 

Stretch  (L.  M.).  The  |  Beauties  |  of  |  History;  |  or,  I  Pictures 
of  Virtue  and  Vice,  |  drawn  from  Real  Life,  |  designed  |  For  the 
Instruction  and  Entertainment  of  Youth.  |  By  L.  M.  Stretch,  m.a. 
I  The  Seventh  Edition.  [  .  .  .  j  Sfringfield:  \  Printed  by  Edward 
Gray.  \  m,dcc,xciv.  |  2  vols.,  i2mo,  pp.  (2),  v-xxiv,  360 ;  (2), 
v-xi,  348.  AAS.,  BM.  +  Philadelphia:  Printed  for  Robert  Camf- 
bell.  1794.  2  vols.,  l2mo.  +  The  ninth  edition.  Hartford:  Printed 
by  Nathaniel  Patten,  1794.  2  vols,,  8vo.  +  Hudson:  Printed  by 
A shbel Stoddard.   1 795.  92804 

On  the  title  page  of  the  second  volume  of  the  Springfield  edition  the  following  line 
added  after  the  author's  name:    "Vicar  of  Twyford  and  Ouselbury,  Hampshire." 

Titles  of  the  last  three  editions  from  Evans. 

According  to  Trumbull,  the  Hartford  edition  was  advertised  as  "just  published,"  in 
the  American  Mercury,  November  3,  1794. 

For  London  and  Paris  editions,  see  the  British  Museum  Catalogue. 

Stribling  (B[enjamin]  F.  W.).  Poems  for  the  Old  and 
Young.  By  B.  F.  W.  Stribling.  Beardstown,  Ills.:  L.  U.  Rravis, 
Pi/blishrr,  "Central  Illinoian  Office."     1857.     l8mo,  pp.  238,  vi. 

BU.,  C.  92805 

Stricker  (Wilhelm  [Friedrich  Karl]).  Die  Deutschen  in 
Sp;uiicn  und  Portugal  und  den  spanischcn  und  portugiesischen  Lan- 


STRICKER.  121 

dern  von  America.  Ein  Beitrag  zur  Geschichte  der  Deutschen 
ausser  Deutschland.  Von  Wilhelm  Strieker,  D.  M.  Leipzig,  Verlag 
von  Gustav  Mayer  1 850.  [Colophon:]  Druck  von  Breitkofj  und 
Hartelin  Leipzig.    l2mo,  pp.  iv,  324.        BM.,  c,  CU.,  nyp.  92806 

Stricker.  Die  Republik  Mexico  nach  den  hasten  und  neuesten 
Quellen  geschildert  von  D"^'  W.  Stricker.  Frankfurt  am  Main.  Ver- 
lag von  Johann  Valentin  Meidinger.  1847.  [Colophon:]  Druck 
von  Aug.  Osterrieth  in  Frankfurt  a.  M.    l2mo,  pp.  158. 

BM.,  H.,  HISP.SOC.AMER.,  U.CAL.    (bANCROFt)    92807 

Series  title:  Bibliothek  der  Liinder-und  Volkerkunde.  In  Verbindung  mit  mehreren 
herausgegeben  von  D''-  W.  Stricker.    Erstes  Heft. 

Stricker.  Reisen  der  Briider  Schomburgk  in  Britisch-Guiana. 
Im  Auszug  fiir  das  grossere  Publikum  und  die  Jugend  bearbeitet 
von  W.  Stricker.  Mit  einer  Karte.  Frankfurt  am  Main:  Auffarth. 
1852.   8vo,  pp.  143,  (l).   Map.  BM.  92808 

For  the  original  narratives,  see  Schomburgk  (R.),  and  Schomburgk  (R.  H.). 

Strickland  (Catherine  Parr).  See  Traill  (Catherine  Parr 
Strickland). 

Strickland  (Joe),  pseud.  Letter  from  Joe  Strickland  to  Sam- 
uel F.  B.  Morse,  president  of  the  National  Academy  of  the  Arts  of 
Design.  .  .  .  Memphremagog:  from,  the  Graphic  and  Picturesque 
Press.    [New  York?]    1828.    8vo,  pp.  18.  BA.  92809 

A  satirical  piece  relating  to  the  controversy  between  the  "Old"  Academy  of  Arts 
and  the  "New"  Academy  of  Design. 

According  to  Hudson's  "Journalism  in  the  United  States,"  1873,  p.  688,  George  W. 
Arnold,  who  kept  a  lottery  office  on  Broadway,  in  New  York,  was  the  original  Joe 
Strickland. 

Strickland  ([Samuel]).  Twenty-seven  Years  in  Canada 
West;  or,  the  Experience  of  an  Early  Settler.  By  Major  Strickland, 
C.  M.  Edited  by  Agnes  Strickland,  author  of  "The  Queens  of  Eng- 
land," etc. ...  In  two  volumes.  .  .  .  London:  Richard  Bentley ,  New 
Burlington  Street.  Publisher  in  Ordinary  to  Her  Majesty.  1 85 3. 
[Verso  of  title:]  London:  Printed  by  Samuel  Bcntley  id  Co. 
Bangor  House,  Shoe  Lane.  2  vols.,  l2mo,  pp.  (2),  ix— xix,  31 1, 
(l);  viii,  344.  B.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P., 
UTEX.,  WHS.,  Y.    +  London:   Bentley.    1 854.    8vo,  pp.  350 

92810 

Both  volumes  of  the  nyp.  copy  of  the  first  edition  are  bound  together  in  the  original 
cloth  binding. 

Title  of  the  1854  edition  from  the  Publishers'  Circular  for  June  i,  1854,  no.  2860. 
A  copy  is  located  in  the  Library  of  Parliament  of  Canada. 


122  STRICKLAND  (sUSANNAh). 

Strickland  (Susannah).   See  Moodie  (Susannah  Strickland). 

Strickland  (W[illiam]  ),  of  Yorkshire.  Observations  on  the 
Agriculture  of  the  United  States  of  America.  By  W.  Strickland, 
Esq.  London:  Printed  by  W.  Bulmer  and  Co.  Cleveland-Row, 
St.  Jameses.    l8oi.    8vo,  pp.  (6),  3-74. 

aas.,  ba.,  c,  cu.,  m.,  nyh.,  wlc,  y.  9281 1 

See  also  Tatham  (William),  Communications  concerning  the  Agriculture  and 
Commerce  of  the  United  States  .  .  .  being  an  auxiliary  to  a  Report  made  by  William 
Strickland  ...  to  the  Board  of  Agriculture,  1800. 

Strickland  (William),  i^.  ijSjjd.  1854.  Address  upon  a  Pro- 
posed Railroad  from  Wilmington  to  the  Susquehanna.  Together 
with  a  report  of  the  survey  made  by  William  Strickland,  Esq. 
Architect  and  Engineer.  Philadelfhia.  1835.  8vo,  pp.  18.  Fron- 
tispiece folded  map.  aas.,  c,  hsp.,  t.  w.  streeter  92812 

[Strickland]?  Internal  Improvement.  Rail  Roads,  Canals, 
Bridges,  &c.  Philadelfhia,  March  1^,  iSlS-   8vo,  pp.  8.         92813 

Title  from  the  catalogue  of  a  sale  at  the  Anderson  Galleries,  Feb.  5—6,  1923,  lot 
no.  477.  In  a  note  it  is  stated  that  the  tract  was  possibly  the  work  of  Strickland,  see 
his  Report,  below.  Attention  is  called  to  the  fact  that  the  work  antedates  articles  by 
Carver  published  in  the  "Morning  Courier  and  New  York  Enquirer,"  in  1832,  sug- 
gesting the  building  of  a  transcontinental  railroad. 

Strickland.  Public  Works  of  the  United  States  of  America. 
.  .  .  Edited  by  William  Strickland,  Architect  and  Civil  Engineer. 
Edward  H.  Gill,  Civil  Engineer.  Henry  R.  Campbell,  Civil  En- 
gineer. The  plates  are  engraved  in  the  best  stj^e  of  art  by  the  Le 
Keuxs,  from  drawings  made  expressly  for  this  work.  Price  20s. 
each  part;  or  five  dollars  in  any  part  of  the  United  States.  London: 
John  Wealc,  Architectural  Library,  59,  High  Holborn.  m.dccc. 
XLi.   Folio,  pp.  (4).   31  drawings  on  40  leaves. 

c,  cu.,  PEAB.  92814 

On  p.  (3)  :  "The  editors  are  desirous  that  the  Plates  should  be  accompanied  by  letter- 
press descriptions  of  the  various  subjects  illustrated  .  .  .  and  for  this  purpose  it  has 
been  deemed  necessary  to  collect  and  arrange  the  'Reports,  Specifications,  and  Esti- 
mates of  the  several  Works,'  and  to  print  them  in  a  separate  volume."  See  that  title, 
below. 

Strickland.    Reports  on  Canals,  Railways,  Roads,  and  other 

Subjects,  made  to  "The  Pennsylvania  Society  for  the  Promotion  of 

^      Internal  Improvement."   By  William  Strickland  .  .  .  while  engaged 

/^i  in  the  Service  of  the  Society.  Philadelphia:  H.  C.  Carey  &  I.  Lea, 

'.  — Chrsnut  Street.    1826.    Oblong  folio,  pp.  vi,  51,  and  errata  slip. 

I  l**!   72  drawings  on  58  plates,  4  being  double  (one  folded),  and  one 

other  folded.  ^AS. 

B.,  ba.,  bm.,  c,  cu.,  h.,  heh.,  hsp.,  m.,  nyp.„peab.,  y.  92815 


STRICKLAND.   (wILLIAm).  I  23 

Strickland.  Reports,  Specifications,  and  Estimates  of  Public 
Works  in  the  United  States  of  America:  comprising  the  Philadel- 
phia Gas  Works.  Reservoir  Dam  across  the  Swatara.  Twin  locks 
on  the  Schuylkill  Canal.  Delaware  Breakwater.  Philadelphia  Water 
Works.  Dam  and  lock  on  the  Sandy  and  Beaver  Canal.  Dam  on 
the  James  River  and  Kanawha  Canal,  Virginia.  Locks  of  eight  feet 
lift,  on  the  same.  Aqueducts  across  Rivanna  River  and  Byrd  Creek, 
on  the  same.  Superstructure,  etc.,  of  farm  bridges,  on  the  same. 
Lock  gates  and  mitre  sills.  Edited  by  William  Strickland,  Architect 
and  Civil  Engineer.  Edward  H.  Gill,  Civil  Engineer.  Henry  R. 
Campbell,  Civil  Engineer.  Explanatory  of  the  atlas  folio  of  detailed 
engravings  elucidating  the  enginering  works  herein  described.  Lon- 
don: JohnWeale.  m.dccc.xli.  [Verso  of  title:]  Printed  by  W . 
Hughes y  King's  Head  Courty  Gough  Square.    8vo,  pp.   (4),  168. 

ba.,  bm.,  c,  cu.,  nyp.,  y.  92816 

For  an  accompanying  atlas  of  plates,  see  Public  Works,  above. 

[Strickland]  .  Tomb  of  Washington,  at  Mount  Vernon.  Phil- 
adelfhia:  Carey  and  Hart.  1 840.  [Verso  of  title:]  C.  Sherman 
^  Co.  PrinterSy  19  <S/.  James  Street.  8vo,  added  engraved  title, 
and  pp.  76.  4  plates.  aas.,  b., 

BA.,  BM.,  C,  GTS.,  HEH.,  NYP,,  P.,  PEAB.,  UTEX.,  WHS.,  WLC.  928  I  7 
Dedication  signed:  William  Strickland. 
Washington's  Farewell  Address,  pp.  41-76. 

Strickland  (W[illiam]  P[eter]).  History  of  the  American 
Bible  Society,  from  its  organization  to  the  present  time.  By  W.  P 
Strickland,  one  of  the  society's  agents.  With  an  introduction  by  Rev. 
N.  L.  Rice,  d.d.,  of  Cincinnati. .  .  .  New  York:  Harfer  ^  Br  other  Sy 
Publishers,  82  Clif  Street.  1849.  ^^^j  PP-  ^^'^j  (2)5  17-466. 
Frontispiece  portrait.  B.,  BM.,  gts.,  h.,  nyh.,  nyp.,  whs.  +  Re- 
vised, and  brought  down  to  the  present  time.  .  .  .  New  York:  Har- 
per &'  BrotherSy  Publishers,  Pearl  Streety  Franklin  Square.  1856. 
8vo,  pp.  (6),  V— XXX,  (2),  17—512.   Frontispiece  portrait. 

C,  cu.,  H.,  HSP.,  MINNHS.,  NYP.,  PEAB.,  Y.  928  I  8 

Strickland.  History  of  the  Missions  of  the  Methodist  Episcopal 
Church,  from  the  organization  of  the  Missionary  Society  to  the 
present  time.  By  Rev.  W.  P.  Strickland,  a.m.  With  an  introduction 
by  Rev.  B.  F.  Tefft,  d.d.  .  .  .  Cincinnati:  Published  by  L.  Sworm- 
stedt  ^  J.  H.  Power y  for  the  Methodist  Episcopal  Churchy  at  the 
Western  Book  Concern^  corner  of  Main  and  Eighth-streets.  R.  P. 
Thompsony  Printer.  1 850.  i2mo,  pp.  338.  Frontispiece  portrait. 
C,  H.,  HEH.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.   +  Cincinnati:  Published 


124  STRICKLAND  ( WILLIAM    P.). 

by  Swormstcdt  &  Poe,  for  the  Methodist  Efiscofd  Church,  at  the 
Western  Book  ConcerUy  Corner  of  Main  and  Eighth  Streets.  R.  P. 
Thomf son,  Printer.    1854.    l2mo,  pp.  338. 

u.cAL.  (Bancroft),  utex.  92819 

Title  of  the  i  854  edition  supplied  by  E.  W.  Winkler. 

-^  Strickland.  The  Life  of  Jacob  Gruber.   By  W.  P.  Strickland. 

L)  (y-f'  "  New  York:  Published  by  Carlton  &"  Porter,  200  Mulberry-Street. 
^1^'%.  i860.    l2mo,  pp.  384.   Frontispiece  portrait.  BA.,  H.  92820 

(^  1^,  O  O  -J  A.ocated  copies  indicate  that  later  printings  in  the  same  year  brought  the  edition  up 
to  at  least  the  seventh  thousand,    b.,  c,  heh.,  nyp.,  up.,  utex.,  uts.,  whs.,  y. 

Strickland.  Old  Mackinaw ;  or,  the  Fortress  of  the  Lakes  and 
its  surroundings.  By  W.  P.  Strickland.  Philadelphia:  James  Chal- 
,  len  &  Son,  No.  25  South  Sixth  Street,    i860.     [Verso  of  title:] 

1         '  Philadelphia:    Stereotyped  by  S.  A.  George,  607  Sansom  Street. 

t'  5    /  o^-'  i2mo,  pp.  404.   4  plates  and  folded  map.   cu.,  nyp.    +  Philadel- 
hj]  I  (f>  S^/*^"'^-'    J^f''^^^  Challen  ^  Son,  New  York:    Carlton  &'  Porter. — 
/  '  Cincinnati:   Poe  iff  Hitchcock.    Chicago:    IV.  H.  Doughty. — De- 

troit: Putnam,  Smith  ^  Co.  Nashville:  J.  B.  McFerrin.  i860. 
[Same  collation.]  c.,nyh.  92821 

Copies  of  either  the  first  or  second  issue  listed  are  located  at  b.,  h.,  minnhs.,  up., 
and  WHS. 

Strickland.  Oration  delivered  in  the  Wesley  Chapel  on  the 
occasion  of  laying  the  corner  stone  of  the  New  Masonic  Hall  edifice, 
Cincinnati,  June  4th,  1845:  by  R.  W.  Bro.  W.  P.  Strickland, 
G.  C.  together  with  the  order  of  procession  and  ceremony  of  laying 
the  corner  stone,  by  the  M.  W.  Grand  Lodge.  Cincinnati:  Printed 
by  R.  P.  Donogh  &  Co.,  106,  Main  St.,  1 845.    8vo,  pp.  24. 

c.  92822 

Strickland.  The  Pioneer  Bishop:  or,  the  Life  and  Times  of 
Francis  Asbury.  By  W.  P.  Strickland.  With  an  introduction  by 
Nathan  Bangs,  d.d.  New  York:  Published  by  Carlton  ^  Porter, 
200  Mulberry-Street,  [cop.  1 858]  i2mo,  pp.  496.  Frontispiece 
portrait,  b.,  minnhs.,  nyp.,  utex.,  uts.,  whs.,  y.  +  English 
Edition:  with  an  introduction  by  the  Rev.  S.  W.  Christophers,  of 
Manchester.  Manchester:  David  Kelly,  53,  Market  Street,  Lon- 
don: Simpkin,  Marshall  and  Co.,  i860.  [Colophon:]  London: 
Bowden  and  Brawn,  Printers,  1 3,  Princes  Street,  Holborn.  1 2mo, 
pp.  xvi,  248.  BM.,  H.,  nyh.,  peab.,  y.  92823 

Located  copies  indicate  th.Tt  later  printings  from  1858  to  i860  brought  the  New 
York  edition  up  to  at  least  the  seventh  thousand,    c,  h.,  heh. 


STRICKLAND  ( WILLIAM    P.).  125 

Strickland.  The  Pioneers  of  the  West;  or,  Life  in  the  Woods,  j^  C^^Y" 

By  W.  P  Strickland.  ...  iVdJw-l'o/-/^:   Carlton  &  Phillips.  Boston:  /—<-// 
/.  P.  Magee.    [cof.  1 856.]     l2mo,  pp.  222,  225-403,  including 
illustrations.                                                c,  nyh.,  nyp.,  whs.  92824  ;  / 

Located  copies  indicate  that  later  printings  brought  the  undated  edition  up  to  at 
least  the  seventh  thousand,  aas.,  Bv,  h.,  heh.,  minnhs.,  nyp.,  utex.,  y.  Also,  New 
York,  1868.   c. 

Strickland  edited  the  "Autobiography  of  Rev.  James  B.  Finley,"  no.  24378,  vol.  6, 
and  was  the  author  or  editor  of  several  religious  works. 

Strict  Congregational  Churches,  Conn.  An  |  Historical 
Narrative,  |  and  |  Declaration.  |  Shewing  the  Cause  and  Rise  of  the 
I  Strict  Congregational  Churches,  |  In  the  State  of  Connecticut  |  And 
their  present  Views,  respecting  several  |  interesting  Matters  of  a 
religious  Nature  .  |  Also,  |  A  Profession  of  their  Faith ;  |  And  several 
Heads  of  Agreement,  respecting  1  Church  Discipline,  agreed  upon 
by  I  a  Number  of  Strict  Congregational  |  Churches,  convened  by 
Delegation  |  at  Killingly,  September  19,  178 1.  |  To  which  is 
added,  |  An  Address  to  the  several  Churches:  |  And  a  Letter  upon 
the  Subject  of  |  Ordination.  |  Published  by  Order  of  said  Churches. 
I  ...  I  Providence  {Rhode  Island)  \  Printed  by  Bennett  W heeler ^ 
1781.  1  8vo,  pp.  44.  c,  RIHS.  92825 

Title  from  a  facsimile  of  the  title  page  in  the  catalogue  of  the  Trumbull  sale  at  the 
American  Art  Association,  March  22  and  23,  1921,  no.  567. 

Strict  Congregational  Churches,  L.  I.  A  Brief  History 
of  the  Strict  Congregational  Convention  of  Long  Island,  from  its 
organization  in  1 791,  to  the  present  time.  New  York:  Piercy  &' 
Reedy  frinters,  No.  9  Spruce-Street.    1839.    i2mo,  pp.  36. 

LIHS.  92826 

Also :  "A  historical  narrative,  containing  a  brief  sketch  of  the  work  of  God  in  New 
England  ...  to  which  is  added,  the  confession  of  faith,  and  form  of  government  of 
the  Strict  Congregational  Church,"  Brooklyn,  1823.    lihs. 

Titles  supplied  by  Edna  Huntington. 

A  Stricture  on  the  Judiciary  of  Massachusetts,  occasioned  mainly 
by  articles  in  the  Law  Reporter  and  North  American  Review.  By 
a  Citizen.  Andover:  Printed  by  Allen,  Morrill  ^  Wardwell. 
1843.  ^^o>  PP-  4^-  S^'P  of  errata.  aas.,  h.  92827 

Strictures  addressed  to  James  Madison.  See  [Cooper  (T.)],  no. 

I  66  I  7,  vol.  4.    AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  DERENNE.,  NYP.,  P.,  Y. 


Strictures  |  and 
partments  |  of  the 


Observations  |  upon  the  |  Three  Executive  De- 
Government  of  the  United  States:  I  calculated  I 


to  shew  the  necessity  of  some  change  therein,  that  the  public  |  may 


126  STRICTURES    ON    A    LETTER. 

derive  that  able  and  impartial  execution  of  the  |  powers  delegated, 
upon  which  alone  their  happi-  |  ness  at  home,  and  their  respectability 
I  abroad,  must  materially  depend.  |  By  Massachusettensis.  |  Printed 
in  the  United  States  oj  Americay  \  m,dcc,xcii.  |  8vo,  pp.  32. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  JCB.,  NVH.,  NYP.,  Y.  92828 
Improved  title  of  no.  40101,  vol.  10,  attributed  to  Daniel  Leonard.    According  to 
P.  L.  Ford,  this  is  an  error  as  Leonard  left  the  country  in  1775  and  never  returned. 
See  "i5ibliotheca  Hamiltoniana,"  1886,  no.  51. 

Strictures  on  "A  Letter  to  the  Hon.  Henry  Clay,  on  the  annexa- 
tion of  Texas  to  the  United  States,  by  William  E.  Channing",  by  a 
Friend  to  Texas.    [«./>.    1 837.]    8vo,  pp.  24.        BA.,  c,  Y.  92829 

Dated:   Hoboken,  Sept.  15,  1837. 

Strictures  |  on  a  |  Pamphlet,  |  entitled,  |  A  |  "Friendly  Address  | 
to  I  All  Reasonable  Americans,  j  on  the  |  Subject  of  our  Political 
Confusions."  |  Addressed  to  the  |  People  of  America.  |  .  .  .  |  \_New 
York.']    Printed  in  the  Year  IJJS-  I  8vo,  pp.  (2),  15-25. 

AAS.,  BA.,  C,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.  9283O 

By  Charles  Lee,  in  answer  to  Myles  Cooper's  anonymous  "Friendly  Address." 

Forms  pp.  13—25  of  "The  General  attacked  by  a  Subaltern,"  a  reprint  of  Henry 
Barry's  anonymous  reply  to  Lee.  See  Strictures  on  the  Friendly  Address  examined, 
below. 

For  other  editions,  see  the  following  title,  and  [Lee  (C.)],  no.  39714,  vol.  10. 
Philadelphia,  1774,  c,  h.,  jcb.,  nyh.,  nvp.,  p.,  y.;  Newport,  1775,  jcB.;  America, 
Boston.  177s,  AAS.,  c,  H.,  NYP.;  New-York,  Boston,  1775,  c;  Philadelphia,  New- 
London,   1775,  AAS.,  CU.,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y. 

Evans  also  lists  an  edition  with  the  imprint  "America,  [New-York:'\  Printed  for 
the  Purchasers.    1774,"  of  which  we  have  been  unable  to  locate  a  copy. 

The  Philadelphia,  1774,  edition  was  reprinted  in  N.  Y.  Hist.  Soc.  "Collections," 
1872,  pp.  151-166. 

Strictures  |  on  a  |  Pamphlet,  |  intituled,  |  "A  friendly  Address  to 
all  I  reasonable  Americans,  |  on  the  |  Subject  of  our  political  Con- 
fusion." I  Addressed  to  the  |  People  of  America,  j  .  .  .  1  Philadelphia, 
Printed:  \  Providence,  Reprinted  and  Sold  by  John  Carter;  |  at 
Shakcsf ear's  Head,  near  the  Court-Rouse,  1 775.  |  8vo,  pp.  15. 

NYH. 92831 

Strictures  on  a  pamphlet  entitled  a  "Religious  Tract,"  published 
by  the  Genesee  Missionary  Society,  attempting  to  prove  "the  certain 
and  endless  punishment  of  impenitent  sinners:" — wherein  it  is  shown 
that  the  several  statements  in  said  pamphlet  are  incorrect.  By  a 
Friend  to  the  doctrin[e]  of  Universal  Salvation.  Manlius,  {N.  Y.) 
Printed  by  Leonard  Kellogg.    [1817.?]     1 6mo,  pp.  1 6. 

HEH.,  NYH.  92832 

On  verso  of  title:  "As  the  Genesee  Missionary  Society  have  seen  fit  not  to  publish 

the   name  of  the  author  of  their  pamphlet,  we  propose  to  meet  them   on   their  own 


STRICTURES    ON    A    PAMPHLET.  127 

ground;  which  is  the  only  reason  why  the  name  of  the  author  of  these  Strictures  is  not 
mentioned." 

See  also:  Remarks  on  a  pamphlet  entitled  a  Review,  of  an  anonymous  publication 
styled  Strictures,  on  a  pamphlet  entitled  "A  Religious  Tract,"  published  by  the  Gene- 
see Missionary  Society,  attempting  to  prove  "the  certain  and  endless  punishment  of 
impenitent  sinners."  By  Jabez  Chadwick,  minister  of  the  gospel  in  Pompey.  By 
Abner  Kneeland,  minister  of  the  gospel  of  reconciliation,  which  is  good  tidings  of 
great  joy  to  all  people.  Manlius :  Printed  by  Kellogg  &  Clark,  In  the  Stone  House, 
corner  of  Seneca  and  Cherry  Valley  Streets.  1 817.  8vo,  pp.  16.  Title  supplied  from 
a  photostat  of  the  title  page  of  the  Eames  copy. 

Strictures  on  a  Pamphlet,  entitled,  "An  Examination  of  the  Pres- 
ident's reply  to  the  New-Haven  Remonstrance."  See  Tullius  Amer- 
icus,  fseud. 

Strictures  on  a  Pamphlet,  entitled,  Election  the  Foundation  of 
Obedience.   See  Spinoza  {¥r?Lnc\s) , fseud.,  no.  89462,  vol.  22. 

Strictures  on  a  pamphlet  entitled  Facts  to  landholders.  See  Vol- 
unteer, fseud. 

Strictures  |  on  a  pamphlet  entitled  |  The  Case  of  George  Mcin- 
tosh, Esq.  I  Published  by  order  of  the  Liberty  Society  |  .  .  .  |  Georgia 
I  Savannah:  Printed  by  Lancaster  (ff  Mumjord.  |  mdcclxxvii  ] 
4to,pp.  17.  c.  92833 

Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

Strictures  on  a  pamphlet  intitled  "A  friendly  Address."  See 
above.  Strictures  on  a  pamphlet  entitled  .  .  . 

Strictures  on  a  pamphlet  purporting  to  be  a  "Narrative  of  Facts 
and  Circumstances."  5^^  note  following  no.  5  1789,  vol.  12.  H.,  uts. 

Strictures  on  a  Pastoral  Letter  to  the  Laity  of  the  Protestant 
Episcopal  Church  ...  of  Bishop  Hobart.  See  note  following  no. 
32296,  vol.  8. 

Strictures  on  a  Recent  Publication.  [Verso  of  title:]  B.  Early 
Printer.   [Fall  River y  Mass.   1831.]    8vo,  pp.  36.      B.,  heh.  92834 

Caption  title  on  p.  3:  Strictures  on  a  Recent  Publication,  entitled.  Proceedings  of 
two  Ecclesiastical  Councils,  in  the  town  of  Berkeley. 

Probably  written  by  Rev.  T.  Andros,  who  was  the  subject  of  complaint. 

According  to  the  "Earle  Family,"  1888,  pp.  251-253,  Benjamin  Earl  published  the 
Fall-River  Monitor  from  1 829-1 838.    Information  supplied  by  Wilberforce  Eames. 

Strictures  on  a  Sermon  by  Edward  D.  Griffin,  President  of  Wil- 
liams College;  published  in  the  National  Preacher,  for  Feb.  1832. 
The  design  of  which  are  to  exhibit  and  defend  what  is  miscalled 
"New  Divinity."   By  a  Friend  to  Revivals.   New  York:   Jonathan 


128  STRICTURES    ON    A    VOYAGE. 

Leavttty  Theological  Bookseller ;  Auburn:  H.Ivtnson  and  Co.  1 832. 
[Verso  of  title:]    Press  of  William  Williams,  Utica.    8vo,  pp.  39. 

H.,  UTS.  92835 

Strictures  on  a  Voyage  to  South  America.  See  [Brackenridge 
(Henry  M.)],  no.  7182,  vol.  2.  c,  lihs.,  nyp.,  utex.,  w^hs. 

These  "Strictures"  on  Brackenridge's  "Voyage"  are  attributed  to  Baptis  Irvine  in 
our  no.  35  1 10,  vol.  9. 

Strictures  |  on  |  Bishop  Watson's  |  "Apology  for  the  Bible."  | 
By  a  Citizen  of  New-York.  1  .  •  .  |  Neiu-York:  |  Printed  jar  John 
Fellows,  I  Wall-Street,  No.  6o.  |  1796.  |  8vo,  pp.  (2),  48. 

c,  H.  (and.)  92836 

Strictures  on  Dr.  Hodgkin's  pamphlet  on  Negro  Emancipation 
and  American  Colonization.  (From  "The  Imperial  Magazine" 
for  July,  1833.)  .  .  .  London:  H.  Fisher,  R.  Fisher,  &'  P.  Jackson. 
38,  Neiv gate  Street.    1 833.    8vo,  pp.  8.  B.,  c,  UTS.  92837 

Strictures  on  Dr.  John  M.  Mason's  Plea  for  Sacramental  Com- 
munion on  Catholic  Principles.  By  a  Friend  to  Truth.  .  .  .  New- 
York:  Published  by  Wiley  ^  Halstead,  No.  3  Wall-Street.  J. 
Kingsland  &'  Co.   Printers.    1 82  I.    l2mo,  pp.  xii,  210,  note  (i). 

Attributed  by  Halkett  and  Laing  to  Rev.  James  Chrystie.  UTS.  92838 

Strictures  |  on  |  Female  Education ;  |  Chiefly  as  it  Relates  to  the 
Cul-  I  ture  of  the  Heart,  |  In  Four  Essays.  |  By  a  Clergyman  of  the 
Church  of  England.  |  .  .  .  |  Norwich:  \  Printed  by  Ebenezer  Bush- 
nell.  I  [1792.]  I  l2mo,pp.  V,  (i),  133. 

Date  supplied  from  Evans.  AAS.,  BA.,  US.BUR.EDUC,  UTS.  92839 

Rev.  John  Bennett,  or  Bennet,  curate  of  St.   Mary's,  Manchester,  appears  as  the 
author  of  this  work  on  the  title  page  of  his  "Letters  to  a  Young  Lady,"  Hartford,  1792. 
.A.ccording  to  a  review  of  the  first  edition,  also  anonymous,  of  "Strictures,"  London, 
[1788],  in  the  "Monthly  Review,"  vol.  79,   1788,  pp.  27-30,  it  is  a  specimen,  intro- 
ductory to  the  "Letters  to  a  Young  Lady,"  which  was  first  published  in  1789. 

Strictures  on  Governor  Morton's  Message.  See  Hildreth  (R.), 
no.  31784,  vol.  8. 

Strictures  on  Governor  Seymour's  Veto  of  the  Bill  for  the  Sup- 
pression of  Intemperance,  passed  in  the  Senate  of  the  State  of  New- 
York,  March  II,  1854,  by  a  vote  of  2 1  to  1 1 ;  and  in  the  Assembly 
on  the  22d,  by  a  vote  of  84  to  42.  .  .  .  New-York:  American  Tem- 
perance Union,  14.^  Nassau  Street.  1854.  [Verso  of  title:]  John 
A.  Gray,  Printer  and  Stereotyper,  95  a?td  97  Clif  street,  N.  Y.  8vo, 

PP-   I^-  NYP.  92840 


STRICTURES    ON    HARVARD.  129 

Strictures  on  Harvard  University.  See  Harvard,  no.  30763, 
vol.  8. 

Attributed  to  W^illiam  Austin  in  Walter  Austin's  biography  of  his  grandfather, 
I92S>  p.  21.    Extracts  from  the  essay  are  given  on  pp.  21—29. 

Strictures  |  on  |  Mercer's  |  Introductory  Discourse  |  relative  to 
the  I  Payments  made  of  the  British  Debts  |  into  the  |  Treasury  of 
Maryland  during  the  late  War.  |  .  •  .  I  London.  \  Printed  and  soldy 
for  the  Author,  by  A.  Grant,  No.  91,  |  W ardour  Street,  Soho ;  sold 
also  by  J.  Clarke,  New  Bond  |  Street;  J.  Stalker,  Stationers^  Court, 
Ludgate  Hill,  and  \  W .  Richardson,  Royal  Exchange.  |  M  DCC  xc. 
I  {Price  One  Shilling  and  Sixfence.)  |  8vo,  pp.  44,  advertisement 
(l).  JCB.,  NYP.  92841 

Attributed  by  Evans  to  David  Ross.  A  "Black  List"  on  a  folded  sheet  forms  pp. 
[1S-16]. 

For  Mercer's  work,  see  no.  47904,  vol.  12. 

Elicited  the  broadside:  "Mr.  Mercer  considers  Mr.  Ross's  publication  against  him 
in  no  other  respect  worthy  of  reply,  than  as  it  contains  one  continued  tissue  of  mis- 
representation of  sentiment  and  misstatement  of  fact  .  .  .  Annapolis,  [Printed  by  F. 
&  S.  Greeni    September  15,  1792."  Title  from  Evans. 

Strictures  |  on  |  Mr.  Burke's  Two  Letters,  ]  Addressed  to  |  a 
Member  of  the  present  Parliament:  |  on  |  The  Proposals  for  Peace 
I  with  the  I  "Regicide  Directory  of  France."  |  Part  the  First.  | 
Philadelphia;  \  Printed  by  John  Thompson,  |  and  sold  by  the  book- 
sellers of  Philadelfhia,  |  New  York,  and  Baltimore.  |  1797.  |  8vo, 

pp.  iv,  50.  B.,  C,  NYP.  92842 

First  edition,  London,  1796.    h. 

Halkett  and  Laing  attribute  to  Ralph  Broome. 

Strictures  on  Mr.  Cambreleng's  Work.  See  Carey  (Mathew), 
note  following  no.  10889,  ^°^'  3'  nvp. 

Strictures  on  Mr.  Lacock's  Report ...  on  the  Seminole  War.  See 
Lacock  (Abner),  note  following  no.  38471,  vol.  9.    B.,  ba.,  h., 

HEH. 

Strictures  on  Mr.  Lee's  Exposition  of  Evidence  on  the  Sugar 
Duty,  in  behalf  of  the  Committee  appointed  by  the  Free-Trade  Con- 
vention.   \^n.f.   1832?]    8vo,pp.  18.     aas.,  cu.,  M.,  NYH.  92843 

Caption  title.  Eight  articles  signed  by  "Hambden,"  attacking  Henry  Lee's  "An 
Exposition  of  Evidence,"  1832,  our  no.  39753,  vol.  10,  which  had  urged  the  repeal 
of  the  sugar  duty.  Hambden  makes  a  plea  for  its  being  retained  for  the  sake  of  the 
sugar  growing  state  of  Louisiana. 

Attributed  doubtfully  to  Mathew  Carey  in  Finotti's  "Bibliographia  catholica  amer- 
icana,"  1872.  Also  attributed  to  him  in  note  on  our  no.  10889,  vol.  3.  It  is  possible 
that  this  attribution  was  made  from  a  confusion  of  the  pseudonym  with  Carey's  pseu- 
donym, "Hamilton."  According  to  Cushing,  Isaac  Orr  used  the  pseudonym, 
"Hamden." 


1^0  STRICTURES    ON    MONOPOLIES. 

Strictures  on  Monopolies,  respectfully  submitted  to  the  considera- 
tion of  the  constituted  authorities,  and  people  of  Pennsylvania.    [«.  f. 

1819.J     I2mO,  pp.  12.  C.,NYH.  92844 

Signed  on  p.  11:  "A  Citizen  of  Pennsylvania."  The  latest  date  mentioned  in  the 
text  is  February  20,  1819. 

Strictures  on  Montgomery  on  the  Cotton  Manufactures  of  Great 
Britain  and  America.   See  Montgomery  (J.),  no.  50150,  vol.  12. 

C,  H.,  UTEX.,  Y. 

Strictures  on  Nullification.  See  Everett  (A.  H.),  note  following 

no.  23237,  vol.  6.    AAS.,  BA.,  C,  H.,  NYP.,  Y. 

Appeared  in  the  "North  American  Review"  for  January,  1833,  vol.  36,  pp.  205- 

27S- 

Strictures  on  Professor  M'Vickar's  Pamphlet,  entitled,  "Consid- 
erations upon  the  Expediency  of  Abolishing  Damages  on  Protested 
Bills  of  Exchange,  and  the  Effect  of  Establishing  a  Reciprocal  Ex- 
change with  Europe."  By  Publicola.  New-York:  Printed  by  Elliott 
and  Palmer y  20  William  Street.    1829.   8vo,  pp.  45. 

AAS.,  c,  NYP.  92845 

Improved  title  of  that  in  note  following  no.  43672,  vol.  11. 

Strictures  on  Rev.  Mr.  Winslow's  Thanksgiving  Sermon.  .  .  . 
Boston:  Published  by  Whiffle  and  Damrell,  No.  9  Cornhill.  1 838. 
[Verso  of  title:]  William,  S.  Damrellj  Printer y  No.  9  Cornhill, — 
Boston.   8vo,  pp.  28.  BA.,  Y.  92846 

Relates  to  slavery. 

Strictures  on  Seceding  Masons,  with  reviews  of  the  Anti-Masonic 
Characters  of  Pliny  Merrick,  Esq.  of  Worcester,  Mass. — Rev.  Joel 
Mann,  of  Suffield,  Conn. — Rev.  Tho's  M.  Smith,  of  Troy,  Mass. 
— and  Elder  David  Bernard,  of  Fredonia,  N.  Y.  From  the  Boston 
Masonic  Mirror.  Boston,  Printed  and  fublished  by  Carr  and  Page, 
No.  30,  Cornhill,  late  Market-street.    1830.    l2mo,  pp.  32. 

AAS.  92847 

Strictures  on  the  Abolition  of  the  Slave  Trade,  addressed  princi- 
pally to  the  Christian  Church.  London:  Biggs  &  Co.    1 805.   8vo, 

pp.  26.  BM.  92848 

By  J[amcs]  S[abine],  according  to  the  bm.  Catalogue. 

Strictures  on  the  case  of  Ephraim  K.  Avery.  See  Avery,  no.  2485, 
vol.  I.    AAS.,  c. 

Strictures  on  the  Establishment  of  Colleges;  particularly  that  of 
St.  Mary,  in  the  precincts  of  Baltimore,  as  formerly  published  in  the 


STRICTURES    ON    THE    FRIENDLY.  I3I 

Evening-Post  and  Telegraphe.    By  Different  Writers.  .  .  .  Balti- 
more: Pfinted — December — 1806.   8vo,  pp.  xv,  errata  (  I  ),  5—58. 

H.,  NYP.  92849 

The  I  Strictures  |  on  the  |  Friendly  Address  |  examined,  |  and  | 
A  Refutation  of  its  Principles  attempted.  |  Addressed  |  to  the  |  People 
of  America.  |  .  .  .  |  [BostonF]    Printed  in  the  Year  I  775.  |  8vo,  pp. 

14.  AAS.,  M.,  NYP.  92850 

The  author  was  probably  Henry  Barry.  In  apparently  contemporary  ms.  on  the 
title  page  of  the  nyp.  copy:  "NB:  The  Strictures  were  written  by  Gen'  [Charles] 
Lee  &  this  Examination  by  Lieu'  Barry  of  the  52.  Reg.'" 

Improved  title  of  no.  1 1 88 1,  vol.  3,  entered  under  T.  B.  Chandler.  T\ie  Philadelphia, 
1775,  edition  there  located  at  p.  is  evidently  an  error  as  pointed  out  by  Hildeburn, 
for  we  have  located  no  copy,  nor  has  Evans  in  his  no.  13865.  Our  no.  3684,  vol.  i, 
is  probably  also  an  error  for  the  above. 

Evans  under  Chandler,  no.  13864,  lists  without  location  a  New-London,  I775> 
edition,  pp.  16,  which  may  be  a  mistake  for  the  edition  of  Lee's  "Strictures"  with 
corresponding  imprint  and  collation. 

For  the  "Friendly  Address,"  see  [Cooper  (Myles)],  nos.  16587-16588,  vol.  4,  and 
for  the  "Strictures,"  [Lee  (C.)],  no.  39714,  vol.  10,  and  above  under  title,  no.  92830. 

Reprinted  with  the  following  title:  The  |  General,  |  attacked  |  By  a  Subaltern:  | 
or  the  I  Strictures  |  on  |  The  Friendly  Address  |  Examined,  |  and  |  A  Refutation  of 
its  Principles  |  Attempted.  |  Addressed  to  the  People  of  America.  |  .  .  .  |  Boston, 
Printed:  \  New-York,  re-printed,  by  James  Rivington.  \  [177S.]  8vo,  pp.  25.  aas., 
c,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.  Pp.  13—25  contain  with  a  separate  title  page,  Lee's  anonymous 
Strictures  on  a  Pamphlet  entitled  A  Friendly  Address,  see  above,  to  which  Barry's 
pamphlet  is  a  reply.    Improved  title  of  no.  26867,  vol.  7. 

Strictures  on  the  Landed  and  Commercial  Interest  of  the  United 
States.  See  Philasni,  pseud.,  no.  62416,  vol.  15. 

Strictures  on  the  Letter  of  Charles  J.  Ingersoll,  Esq.  touching  the 
right  of  a  Legislature  to  repeal  a  charter.  With  an  appendix,  contain- 
ing the  letters  of  Mr.  Ingersoll,  of  Mr.  Dallas,  of  Mr.  Forward,  and 
of  Mr.  Biddle,  in  illustration  of  the  subject  discussed.  By  a  Citizen 
of  Maryland.  ...  Baltimore:  Josef h  Neat,  174  Market  Street^ 
1836.  [Verso  of  title:]  John  D.  Toy,  Printer,  corner  of  Market 
and  St.  Paul  Streets.   8vo,  pp.  (4),  3-104.  H.,  NYP.  92851 

Improved  title  of  that  entered  in  note  following  no.  34735>  vol.  9. 

Strictures  on  the  Love  of  Power  in  the  Prelacy.  See  [Purcell 
(Rev.  Henry)],  no.  66672,  vol.  16. 

Strictures  ]  on  the  peace  |  with  |  America,  France  and  Spain.  | 
Addressed  to  the  public  at  large.  |  Illustrated  with  a  map  of  America 
and  the  West-Indies.  |  London:  |  Printed  for  and  sold  by  Mattheiu 
Richmond,  \  No.  2,  ]  Hudson^s  court,  Strand.  \  [1783?]  8vo,  pp. 
(2),  18.   Frontispiece  folded  map.  c.  92852 

Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 


t> 


132  STRICTURES    ON    THE    PHILADELPHIA. 

Strictures  |  on  the  |  Philadelphia  |  Mischianza  or  Triumph  |  upon 
,'    •  leaving  |  America  Unconquered.  |  With  |  Extracts,  containing  the 

J -!-p/.. principal  Part  of  a  |  Letter,  published  in  the  "American  Crisis."  |  In 
■  I  order  to  shew  how  far  the  King's  Enemies  think  |  his  General  de- 
serving of  Public  Honours.  |  N.  B.  A  flattering  Account  of  this 
Mischianza  was  pub-  |  lished  in  the  Philadelphia  Gazette,  and  copied 
into  the  |  Morning  Post  the  13th  of  July  last;  and  a  larger  one  by  | 
a  still  more  flattering  Panegyrist,  may  be  found  in  the  |  Gentleman's 
Magazine  for  August  last.  |  London:  |  Printed  for  J.  Bezv,  Pater- 
noster-row. I  M.DCC.LXXix.  I  8vo,  pp.  (4),  42. 

AAS.,  H.,  NYP.  92853 
Improved  title  of  our  no.  46925,  vol.   11,  entered  under  the  author,  Israel  Mau- 
duit,  which  see  for  a  note. 

Strictures  |  on  the  |  Philadelphia  |  Mischianza  or  Triumph  |  upon 
leaving  |  America  Unconquered.  |  With  |  Extracts,  containing  the 
Principal  Part  of  a  |  Letter  published  in  the  American  Crisis.  |  In 
order  to  shew,  |  How  far  the  King's  Enemies  think  his  General  | 
deserving  the  Public  Honours.  |  N.  B.  A  flattering  Account  of  this 
Mischianza  was  pub-  |  lished  in  the  Philadelphia  Gazette,  and  copied 
into  the  |  Morning  Post  of  the  13th  of  July  last;  and  a  larger  one  | 
by  a  still  more  flattering  Panegyrist,  may  be  found  in  the  |  Gentle- 
man's Magazine  for  August  last.  |  London  Printed:  \  Philadelphia, 
I  Re-Printed  by  F.  Bailey,  in  Market-Street.  \  M.DCC.LXXX.  |  8vo, 
pp.  22.  C.  92854 

Title  from  Hildeburn. 

Strictures  on  the  Proceedings  of  the  General  Assembly  of  the 
Commonwealth  of  Pennsylvania  of  1803-4:  Relating  to  the  State 
Judiciary  .  .  ,  trial  by  jury  .  .  .  and  one  of  the  judges  of  the  Supreme 
Court:  To  which  are  added  Essays  on  the  "Will  of  the  People,"  &c. 
&c.  &c.  ...  By  a  Citizen  of  Pennsylvania,  [n.  ^.]  Printed  for  the 
author.    1804.    8vo,  pp.  30,  (  I  ).  C.  92855 

Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

Strictures  on  the  Rev.  Mr.  Thatcher's  Pamphlet.  See  [Sullivan 
(James)]. 

Strictures  |  on  the  |  Second  Part  |  of  the  |  Age  of  Reason.  | 
George-Town  [D.  C.]:  \  From  the  Press  of  \  Green,  English,  & 

Co.  I   M,DCC,XCVII.  I   I2mo,  pp.  91.  NYP.  92856 

In  MS.  on  the  title  page  of  the  nyp.  copy:   "By  Bryan.   Lord  Fairfax." 

Strictures  |  on  the  |  Slave  Trade,  |  and  their  manner  of  treatment 
in  the  I  West-India  Islands:  I  In  a  Letter  to  I  The  Rieht  Hon. 


STRICTURES    ON    THE    SUBSTANCE.  133 

William  Pitt,  |  In  Opposition  to  the  Exertions  now  making  in  the 
House  of  I  Commons,  for  an  Abolition  thereof,  by  Mr.  Wilberforce. 
I  By  a  Gentleman,  |  Who  resided  more  than  Twenty  Years  in 
Jamaica.  |  .  .  .  |  London:  \  Printed  j or  W .  Richardson,  at  the  Royal 
Exchange.  \  M.DCC.xc.  |  8vo,  pp.  (4),  40.  H.,  Y.  92857 

Signed:   Othello. 

Strictures  on  the  Substance  of  a  Sermon  Preached  at  Baltimore. 
See  [Wesley  (Charles)]. 

Strictures  upon  the  Conduct  of  the  President  of  the  Long  Island 
Rail-Road  Company.   See  note  following  no.  41899,  vol.  10.    H., 

T.W.STREETER. 

Strictures,  upon  the  Constitutional  Powers  of  the  Congress  and  T\  - 
Courts  of  the  Unted  States,  over  the  execution  laws  of  the  several  / 
states  in  their  application  to  the  federal  courts,  by  a  Citizen  of  Ohio.  ^  /  >  -> 
Cincinnati:  Morgan,  Lodge  and  Fishery  Printers.  1 825.  8vo,  pp.  O/^/ 
17.  c.  92858 


Strictures  upon  the  Declaration  of  the  Congress  at  Philadelphia. 
See  [Hutchinson  (Thomas)],  no.  34087,  vol.  9.  c,  H.,  minnhs., 
NYH.,  nyp. 

Reprinted  in  the  "Remembrancer,"  part  3,  1777,  pp.  25-42.    aas.,  b.,  ba.,  c,  h., 

NYP. 

Strictures,  upon  the  Doctrine  and  Discipline  of  the  Methodist 
Episcopal  Church :  or  Methodism  Exposed,  and  shown  to  be  incon- 
sistent with  itself  and  the  word  of  God.  In  two  parts,  .  .  .  Utica: 
Printed  by  Ira  Merrell,  l8l2.    l2mo,  pp.  60,  59-262. 

At  end:    "the  Calvinist  .  .  .  subscribes  .  .  .  B.  B."  B.,  C,  UTS.,  Y.  92859 

Strictures  upon  the  Letter  imputed  to  Mr.  Jefferson.  See  Jeffer- 
son (T.),  no.  35933,  vol.  9.  B.,  c,  nyp. 

A  MS.  note  by  Wilberforce  Eames  in  the  nyp.  copy  notes  that  the  typography  of  the 
work  resembles  that  of  McKean's  Inaugural  Address,  printed  by  W.  &  R.  Dickson  at 
Lancaster,  [1800],  and  which  has  an  appended  address  by  Tench  Coxe  and  others. 

Signed,  "Greene."  By  Tench  Coxe.  According  to  Johnston's  "Contribution  to  a 
Bibliography  of  Thomas  Jefferson"  in  the  "Writings,"  vol.  20,  190S,  p.  27,  the  c. 
copy,  formerly  Jefferson's,  has  the  author's  name  supplied  in  Jefferson's  hand. 

Jefferson's  "letter  .  .  .  dated  April  24,  1796,  was  written  to  Mr.  Philip  Mazzei,  an 
Italian  by  birth,  but  who  had  been  for  a  long  time  a  resident  of  Virginia,  and  a 
neighbor  and  intimate  friend  of  Jefferson's.  Upon  the  reception  of  the  letter  by  Mr. 
Mazzei,  then  in  Florence,  he,  without  permission,  published  a  translation  of  it  in  the 
Florentine  Gazette.  It  was  translated  into  French,  and  printed  in  the  Moniteur,  the 
official  paper  of  the  French  government.  From  thence  it  was  translated  into  English. 
Naturally  some  changes  from  the  original  was  the  result  of  these  translations.  The 
letter  created  quite  a  stir  at  the  time,  and  was  severely  commented  upon  by  the  Fed- 
eralist newspapers."    See  Tompkins'  "Bibliotheca  Jeffersoniana,"  1887,  no.  258. 

VOL.  XXIV.  9 


134  STRICTURES    UPON    THE    NARRATIVE. 

Strictures  upon  the  Narrative  of  the  Suppression,  by  Col.  Burr,  of 
Wood's  History.  See  Burr  (A.),  no.  9431,  vol.  3.   heh.,  nyp. 

The  title  should  read  "Narrative  of"  instead  of  "Narrative  by"  as  in  the  previous 
entry.  The  Narrative  to  which  it  was  a  reply  was  published  anonymously  by  James 
Cheeth.im  in  1802,  not  l8l2,  as  stated  in  our  no.  12380,  vol.  3. 

Strictures  upon  the  Observations  of  a  'Member  of  Convention.' 
See  New  Hampshire,  no.  52933,  vol.  13. 

Strictures  upon  the  second  edition  of  a  pamphlet  recently  pub- 
lished in  Philadelphia,  by  the  followers  of  Elias  Hicks,  entitled.  The 
Sandy  Foundation  Shaken,  &c.  &c.  Philadelfhia.  1825.  8vo,  pp. 
32.  UTS.  92860 

The  Strife  of  Brothers:  a  Poem:  in  two  parts.  With  Notes.  .  .  . 
Nezv  York:  D.  Affleton  &?  Co.  200  Broadway .  Philadelfhia: 
GeorgeS.  Affleton,li^^  Chesmit-st.  mdcccxliv.  [Verso  of  title:] 
New-York:   John  F.  Trow  ^  Co.^  Printersy  No.  33  Ann-street. 

8vo,  pp.   47.  H.  92861 

Attributed  to  Bishop  George  Burgess  in  the  "Memoir"  by  Alexander  Burgess,  1869, 
P-  307- 

Strike  but  Hear!  The  Two  General  Assemblies  Ought  not  to 
be  United.   It  would  be  a  Calamity!  !  !     ^ri.  f.    18 — }  ]    8vo,  pp.  8. 

Caption  title.  UTS.  92862 

Signed  at  the  end:   N.  S.  Presbyter. 

Strike  but  Hear  me.  See  New  Hampshire,  no.  52934,  vol.  13. 

"Strike  but  hear  me."  An  appeal  to  the  representatives  of  the 
people  of  the  state  of  New-York,  in  relation  to  the  proposed  en- 
largement of  the  Erie  Canal.     [«./>.]    1836.    8vo,  pp.    16. 

nyp.  92863 

Signed  at  the  end:  Oswego.  Improved  title  of  no.  22741,  vol.  6.  For  a  review,  see 
no.  22766,  vol.  6.    NVP. 

A  Strike  for  Civil  Liberty,  the  Constitution,  and  the  Rights  of 
Man,  exhibited  in  the  conduct,  letters,  protests  and  addresses  of  a 
number  of  citizens,  summoned  to  attend  before  a  Committee  of  the 
House  of  Representatives,  at  the  Borough  of  Harrisburg,  appointed 
to  investigate  the  Evils  of  Freemasonry,  during  the  session  of  the 
General  Assembly  of  Pennsylvania,  1835-36.  Philadelphia:  Pub- 
lished by  Robert  Drsilvrr,  no.    I  ID   Walnut  Street.     1 836.     8vo, 

pp.    (2),    5-26.  HSP.  92864 

The  Striking  similitude  between  the  Reign  of  Terror  of  the  Elder 
Ad.ims  and  the  Reign  of  Corruption  of  the  Younger  Adams.  See 
Adams  (J.  Q.),  no.  322,  vol.  i.   c,  heh.,  y. 


STRINGER  (sAMUEl).  I35 

[Stringer  (Samuel)].  A  View  of  Certain  Proceedings  in  the 
Two  Houses  of  the  Legislature,  respecting  the  Incorporation  of  the 
New  State  Bank,  and  other  transactions  therewith  connected :  with 
Occasional  Reflections  addressed  to  the  Citizens  of  the  State  of 
New-York;  more  especially  the  Freeholders  and  other  Electors  of 
the  Eastern  and  Western  Districts.  Albany :  Printed  for  Daniel  ^ 
Samuel  Whiting.    1803.    8vo,  pp.  24.  B.  92865 

Signed  on  p.  17:  "By  order  of  the  Albany  Corresponding  Committee.  Samuel 
Stringer,  Chairman.    James  Van  Ingen,  Secretary." 

The  appendix,  pp.  17—24,  consists  of  documents  relating  to  the  matter. 
Improved  title  of  no.  54002,  vol.  13. 

Stringfellow  (B[enjamin]  F[ranklin]).  Negro-Slavery, 
No  Evil;  or  the  North  and  the  South.  The  EflFects  of  Negro- 
Slavery,  as  exhibited  in  the  census,  by  a  comparison  of  the  condition 
of  the  slaveholding  and  non-slaveholding  states.  Considered  in  a 
Report  made  to  the  Platte  County  Self-Defensive  Association,  by  a 
Committee,  through  B.  F.  Stringfellow,  Chairman.  .  .  .  St.  Louis, 
Printed  by  M.  Niedner  ^  Co.,  Corner  of  Third  and  Pine  Streets. 

1854.     8vo,  pp.  40.  B.,  C,  H.,  NYP.  92866 

Reprinted  in  the  following  title. 

Stringfellow.  .  .  .  Two  Tracts  for  the  Times.  The  one  en- 
titled "Negro-Slavery,  no  Evil:"  by  B.  F.  Stringfellow,  of  Missouri. 
The  other,  an  answer  to  the  inquiry  "Is  it  expedient  to  introduce 
Slavery  into  Kanzas?"  By  D.  R.  Goodloe,  of  North  Carolina.  Re- 
published by  the  N.  E.  Emigrant  Aid  Co.  Boston:  Alfred  Mudge 
and  Son,  Printers,  No.  21  School  Street.  1855.  8vo,pp.  55.  B.,  CU., 
H.,  M.,  NYP.   -|-  [Same  imprint  and  date.]    8vo,  pp.  56. 

AAS.  C.,  CU.,  H.,  M.,  NYP.  92867 

With  heading:    "Information  for  the  People."    In  the  second  issue,  "Extracts  from 
an  article  published  in  the  Worcester  Daily  Spy,"  pp.  55—56,  are  added. 
Copies  of  either  the  first  or  second  issue  are  located  at  bm.  and  whs. 
Improved  title  of  that  in  note  following  no.  27864,  vol.  7. 

Stringfellow  (Thornton).  A  Brief  Examination  of  Scrip- 
ture Testimony  on  the  Institution  of  Slavery,  in  an  essay,  first  pub- 
lished in  the  Religious  Herald  and  republished  by  request:  with 
remarks  on  a  review  of  the  essay.  By  Thornton  Stringfellow. 
Richmond:   Printed  at  the  Office  of  the  Religious  Herald.    1 84 1. 

8vo,  pp.  40.  BA.,  BM.,  C,  HEH.,  NYP.  92868 

Stringfellow.  A  Brief  Examination  of  Scripture  Testimony 
on  the  Institution  of  Slavery,  in  an  Essay,  first  published  in  the  Re- 
ligious Herald,  and  republished  by  request:    with  Remarks  on  a 


136  STRINGFELLOW. 

Letter  of  Elder  Galusha,  of  New  York,  to  Dr.  R.  Fuller,  of  South 
Carolina.  By  Thornton  Stringfellow.  Washington:  Printed  at 
the  Congressional  Globe  Office.    1850.   8vo,  cover  title  and  pp.  32. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  HEH.,  NYP.,  UP.,  VA.STATE  LIB.,  WHS. 

92869 

A  letter  from  Stringfellow  to  a  brother  in  Kentucky  is  added  in  this  edition. 
For  later  editions,  see  the  following  title. 

Stringfellow.  Scriptural  and  Statistical  Views  in  Favor  of 
Slavery,  by  Thornton  Stringfellow,  d.d.  Fourth  edition,  with  addi- 
tions. /.  W.  Randolph:  12  I  Main  Street,  Richmond,  Va.  1856. 
[Verso  of  title:]    Clermnitty Printer.    i2mo,  pp.  149.  B.,  c,  cu.,  H., 

HEH.,   HSP.,   M.,   NYH.,   NYP.,   PEAB.,   UTEX.,   VA.STATE  LIB.,  WHS. 

For  earlier  editions  of  the  "scriptural"  view,  see  the  preceding  titles.    ^'  9^"/^ 

Reprinted  in  E.  N.  Elliott's  "Cotton  is  King,"  i860,  pp.  459-546,  with  the  title 

"The  Bible  Argument:    or,  Slavery  in  the  Light  of  Divine  Revelation."    aas.,  c, 

NVP.,    UP.,    Y. 

Stringfellow.  Slavery:  Its  Origin,  Nature  and  History.  Its 
Relations  to  Society,  to  Government,  and  to  True  Religion,  —  to 
Human  Happiness  and  Divine  Glory.  Considered  in  the  light  of 
Bible  teachings,  moral  justice,  and  political  wisdom.  By  Rev. 
Thornton  Stringfellow,  d.d.,  of  Culpeper  County,  Virginia.  Alex- 
andria: Printed  at  the  Virginia  Sentinel  Office,    i860.   8vo,  pp.  32. 

HEH.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.,  UP.,  VA.STATE  LIB.,  WHS.,  Y.  9287  I 
Reprinted,  New  York,   1861.    aas.,  b.,  ba.,  c,  cu.,  h.,   hsp.,  nyh.,  nyp.,  tjtex., 

VA.STATE   LIB.,    WHS.,   Y. 

Stringfellow.  Two  Letters  on  Cases  of  Cure  at  Fauquier 
White  Sulphur  Springs;  embracing,  also,  mineral  waters  in  general. 
By  Rev.  T.  Stringfellow.  Washington:  Printed  at  the  Union 
Office.    1851.    8vo,  cover  title  and  pp.  16.       aml.,  BM.,  c.  92872 

Strinc;field  (Thomas).  An  Address  to  the  People  of  Win- 
chester, by  Thomas  Stringfield,  relative  to  his  opposition  to  the 
Southwestern  Theological  Seminary  .  .  .  Huntsville  [Ala..]  -.Printed 
for  the  author  by  H.  Adams.    1 821.    l6mo,  pp.  19.  c.  92873 

Information  as  to  imprint  supplied  by  D.  C.  McMurtrie. 

Stringham  (Joseph).  .  .  .  Address  to  the  Republican  Club  of 
Buffalo.    By  Mr.  Joseph  Stringham.    [Buffalo.    1856.]     8vo,  pp. 

H'  NYH. 92874 

C.nption  title.  Witli  heading:  "BufTalo  Daily  Republic  Extra."  On  p.  14:  "Elect 
John  C.  Fremont,  President." 


STRIPED    PIG.  137 

The  Striped  Pig.    Vol.   i.    Monday,  October   i,  1838.    No.   i. 

[BostonF      1838.]      8vo,   pp.    (4).  AAS.,   DEDHAM  H.S.  92875 

Caption  title. 

No  other  number  has  been  located. 

Ridicules  the  "fifteen-gallon  law"  passed  by  the  Massachusetts  legislature.  See 
also  "The  Striped  Pig,"  in  the  "Hyde  Park  Historical  Record,"  vol.  2,  1892,  pp. 
44-53,  for  the  incident  at  the  Dedham  muster  from  which  the  title  is  taken. 

Strobel  (B.  B.).  An  Essay  on  the  subject  of  the  Yellow  Fever, 
intended  to  prove  its  Transmissibility.  By  B.  B.  Strobel,  m.d. 
(Late  Physician  of  the  Charleston  Marine  Hospital.)  .  .  .  Charles- 
ton: Printed  by  Asa  J.  Mniry  73  East-Bay  Street^  1840.  8vo,  pp. 
224.   3  folded  plans.  aml.,  c,  nyp.  92876 

Of  historical  interest. 

Strobel  (Martin).  An  Exposition  of  the  Relationship  existing 
between,  Jacob  Martin,  formerly  of  South-Carolina,  and  Elizabeth 
Pennington,  residing  together  in  Philadelphia.  Published  from  no 
other  motive,  than  as  a  defence  of  his  family  in  Charleston,  from 
vile  insinuations  and  base  reports,  on  the  part  of  the  female,  and 
intended  to  remove  any  false  impressions  she  may  have  made,  upon 
the  community  of  Philadelphia.  By  Martin  Strobel,  of  Charleston, 
S.  C.    [Charleston?    1825.]    8vo,  pp.  12.  hsp.  92877 

"To  the  Public"  on  verso  of  title  dated,  Charleston,  S.  C.    April  9,  1825. 

Strobel.  The  Militia  System  of  South-Carolina.  See  South 
Carolina,  no.  87704,  vol.  22. 

Strobel.  A  Report  of  the  Trial  of  Michael  &  Martin  Toohey, 
on  an  indictment  for  the  Murder  of  James  W.  Gadsden,  Esq.  before 
the  Honorable  Abraham  Nott,  one  of  the  Associate  Justices  of  South- 
Carolina;  at  the  Court  of  Sessions,  held  in  Charleston,  for  January 
term,  18 19;  containing  the  whole  of  the  testimony  and  the  speeches 
at  length  of  William  Lance,  Benjamin  F.  Hunt,  and  William  Crafts, 
Jun.  Esquires,  on  behalf  of  the  Accused,  and  Robert  Y.  Hayne,  Esq. 
Attorney-General,  on  the  part  of  the  State;  together  with  the 
Judge's  Charge,  &c.  &c.  By  Martin  Strobel,  a  member  of  the 
Charleston  Bar.  Charleston:  Printed  by  A.  E.  Miller y  loi,  Queen- 
Street.    March,  1819.    8vo,  pp.   (2),  162.  ba.  92878 

Strobel  (P[hilip]  A.).  The  Salzburgers  and  Their  Descend- 
ants:   Being  the  History  of  a  Colony  of  German  (Lutheran)  Prot-      /j, 
estants,  who  emigrated  to  Georgia  in  1 734,  and  settled  at  Ebcnezer,      .^ 
twenty-five  miles  above  the  City  of  Savannah.  By  Rev.  P.  A.  Strobel,    h  q 
of  the  South  Carolina  Synod,  and  Principal  of  the  Female  Institute, 


138 


STROBEL. 


Americus,  Georgia. .  .  .  Baltimore:  Published  by  T.  Neivton  KurtXy 
No.  151  West  Pratt  Street.  1855.  [Verso  of  title:]  Stereotyped 
by  L.  Johnson  &  Co.  Philadelphia.  i2mo,  pp.  308.  Frontispiece 
portrait  and  plate.  aas.,  b.,  ba.,  c,  cu.,  de  renne,  h.,  heh., 

MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  PEAB.,  UP.,  UTEX.,  WHS.,  Y.  92879 

For  a  note  on  the  later  life  of  the  author,  see  Chambers's  "Early  Germans  of  New 
Jersey,"  1895,  pp.  222-223. 

Strobel.  Sermon,  occasioned  by  the  death  of  the  Rev.  L.  L. 
Bonnell,  late  a  member  of  the  Hartford  Synod,  of  the  Evangelical 
Lutheran  Church  in  the  State  of  N.  Y.,  and  Pastor  of  the  English 
Lutheran  Church,  at  Dansville,  Livingston  Co.,  N.  Y.,  preached  at 
Dansville,  N.  Y.  On  Thursday  the  12th  of  May,  1859,  ^Y  the 
Rev.  P.  A.  Strobel,  Pastor  of  the  Lutheran  Church,  Lockport,  N.  Y. 
Lockfort,  N.  Y.  Richardson  £sf  Freeman,  Printers,  Main  Street. 
1859.    8vo,  pp.  18.  Y.  92880 

Title  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt. 

Strock  (Daniel)  jr.  Pictorial  History  of  King  Philip's  War; 
comprising  a  full  and  minute  account  of  all  the  massacres,  battles, 
conflagrations,  and  other  thrilling  incidents  of  that  tragic  passage  in 
American  History.  With  an  Introduction;  containing  an  Account 
of  the  Indian  Tribes,  their  Manners  and  Customs.  By  Daniel 
Strock,  Jr.  With  100  Engravings,  from  Original  Designs,  by  W. 
Croome.  Boston:  Published  by  Horace  Wentworth,  86  Wash- 
ington Street.  1 85 1.  [Verso  of  title:]  Philadelphia:  Stereotyped 
by  George  Charles.  No.  9  Sansom  Street.  8vo,  added  wood  en- 
graved title,  and  pp.  448,  including  illustrations.  Frontispiece  por- 
trait. AAS.,  B.,  NYH.,  NYP.  +  Hartford:  Published  by  Case,  Tiffany 
and  Company.  185  I.  [Same  verso  of  title  imprint  and  collation.] 
NYP.  +  [Same  imprints  and  collation.]  1852.  nyp.,  whs.  -{-Bos- 
ton.   1853.   8vo,  pp.  448.  92881 

Note  of  the  1853  edition  from  the  Field  Catalogue.  Possibly  this  may  be  the  copy, 
now  at  c,  in  which  the  last  figure  of  the  date  has  been  erased  and  a  pencilled  "3" 
substituted. 

[Strong  (Alexander)].  A  Prospectus  of  the  Quipola,  or  an 
Explanation  of  the  Quipoes,  now  open  for  Public  Opinion.  London: 
Printed  by  J.  Phair,  69  Great  Peter  Street,  Westminstn-.  1 82 7. 
64mo,  pp.  18.  92882 

Title  from  the  "Westminster  Review,"  vol.  li,  1829,  where  the  pamphlet  is  re- 
viewed, pp.  228-253.  According  to  this  article,  a  "ship-carpenter  named  Alexander 
Strong,  in  the  employment  of  Messrs.  Bennett  and  Hunt  of  Wapping,  declares  that 
in  June  1823  he  purchased  the  Quipos  and  box  in  question  from  the  mate  of  a  mer- 
chant-brig .  .  .  and  th.it  he  (Strong)  was  induced  to  purchase  them,  from  an  idea  that 


STRONG  (a.  H.).  139 

...  he  might  obtain  both  reputation  and  profit  by  explaining  them."  According  to 
Locke's  "Ancient  Quipu,"  1923,  p.  75,  the  article  in  the  Review  was  written  by 
General  T.  Perronet  Thompson.  For  a  separate,  see  Thompson  (T.  P.),  History  of 
the  Quipos,  or  Peruvian  knot-records.  LeClerc,  no.  2413,  and  Palau,  incorrectly  at- 
tribute this  separate  from  the  "Westminster  Review"  to  Strong. 
Locke,  p.  66,  states  that  Strong's  specimen  of  quipu  was  spurious. 

[Strong  (Alexander  Hanson)].  An  Oration  delivered  before 
the  Corporation  and  faculty  of  Williams'  College,  at  the  Adelphic 
Union  Exhibition,  July  15,  1835.  Together  with  the  valedictory 
address  to  the  Adelphic  Union  Society.  Troy:  Kemhlc  i^  Hoofer y 
Printers,  No.  8  State-Street.  1 835.  8vo,  pp.  II.  Y.  +  By  Alex- 
ander H.  Strong.  Second  edition,  [n.  p.]  1843.  i2mo,  pp.  12. 
AAS.,  H.,  M.,  +  From  the  Second  Edition.  1843.  ["•/*•  «• '^•l 
8vo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  5—12.  B.  92883 

Title  of  the  first  edition  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt. 

Strong  (Caleb).  Offset  to  Mr.  Adams's  Letter!  !  ^  ^^  Gov- 
ernor Strong's  Opinion  of  Mr.  Gore,  -si  ^  The  respectable 
Federalists  of  the  County  of  Hampshire,  indignant  at  the  base  and 
infamous  practices  which  have  been  resorted  to  by  their  unprincipled 
Democrats,  for  the  purpose  of  calumniating  the  character  of  Mr. 
Gore,  have  addressed  a  letter  to  the  late  Governor  Strong,  requesting 
his  opinion,  as  to  the  truth  or  falsehood  of  these  reports.  .  .  .  [North- 
ampton.   1809.]    Narrow  folio  broadside.  aas.  92884 

Contains  the  letter  signed  by  Ebenezer  Hunt,  Benjamin  Tappan,  and  Joseph 
Lyman,  and  Caleb  Strong's  Answer,  both  dated,  March  27,  1809. 

Also:  A  Set-off  to  Mr.  Strong's  Off -set  to  Mr.  Adams's  Letter  !  !  !  May  it  please 
your  Excellency — It  is  not  surprising  to  those  who  have  been  acquainted  with  you 
for  more  than  twenty  years,  to  see  your  answer  to  the  self-named  "Respectable  Fed- 
eralists of  the  County  of  Hampshire."  .  .  .  [Signed  and  dated:]  A  Defrauded  Soldier. 
Northampton,  March  29,  1809.    [Northampton?    1809.]    Folio  broadside,    aas. 

Strong.  Patriotism  and  Piety.  The  Speeches  of  His  Excellency 
Caleb  Strong,  Esq.  to  the  Senate  and  House  of  Representatives  of 
the  Commonwealth  of  Massachusetts;  with  their  Answers;  and 
other  Official  Publick  Papers  of  His  Excellency,  from  i8oo  to 
1807.  Newbury porty  Printed  by  Edmund  M.  Blunt.  1 808.  8vo, 
pp.  202.    Frontispiece  portrait,     aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  cu.,  h.,  heh., 

HSP.,  JCB.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92885 

Strong.  The  Speech  of  His  Excellency  Governor  Strong,  de- 
livered before  the  Legislature  of  Massachusetts,  October  i6,  1812. 
With  the  Documents,  which  accompanied  the  same.  Printed  by 
order  of  the  House  of  Representatives.  Boston:  Printed  by  Russell 
and  Cutler.    i8i2.   8vo,  pp.  36.   aas.,  nyp.   +  To  which  is  added, 


140  STRONG  (  CYPRIAN  ). 

The  Answer  of  the  House  of  Representatives.   Published  by  order, 
&c.    [Same  imprint  and  date.]    8vo,  pp.  40.        hsp.,  nyh.  92886 

Copies  of  either  the  first  or  second  issue  listed  are  located  at  ba.,  cu.,  h.,  and  m. 

Improved  entry  of  our  no.  46129,  vol.  11. 

Concerning  Strong's  campaign  for  governor  in  l8o6,  see  "An  Appeal  to  the  Old 
Whigs  of  Massachusetts,"  no.  45638,  vol.  11,  aas.,  ba.,  nvp.;  Josiah  Quincy's  anon- 
ymous "Answer  to  the  Questions,"  no.  67206,  vol.  16,  aas.,  bm.,  h.,  hsp.,  m.,  nyh., 
NVP.;  and  "Who  shall  be  Governor,  Strong  or  Sullivan?" 

An  "Address  to  the  Free  and  Independent  People  of  Massachusetts,"  no.  45596, 
vol.  II,  relates  to  the  campaign  of  1812.    aas.,  b.a.,  nyp. 

For  "Remarks  on  the  Governor's  Speech,"  see  [Everett  (A.  H.)],  no.  23236,  vol. 
6.  BA.,  c,  M.  This  was  answered  by  J.  Lowell  in  "Governor  Strong's  Calumniator 
Reproved,"  no.  42448,  vol.  10.    aas.,  ba.,  bm.,  m.,  nyp. 

Also:  Memoir  of  the  Hon.  Caleb  Strong,  ll.d.,  Governor  of  Massachusetts. 
(Originally  published  in  the  American  Quarterly  Register.)  [Boston.  1840.]  8vo, 
pp.  12.  Frontispiece  portrait,  aas.,  m.  A  separate  from  the  "American  Quarterly 
Register,"  vol.  12,  1840,  pp.  9-20. 

See  also,  Massachusetts,  no.  45960,  vol.  11,  aas.,  nyh.;  the  Strong  Fast,  below; 
and  [Whelpley  (Samuel)],  Letters  addressed  to  Caleb  Strong. 

Strong  (Cyprian).  Animadversions  |  on  I  "The  Substance  of 
Two  Sermons,  |  preached  at  Stepney,  by  John  |  Lewis,  a.m.  Pastor 
of  the  I  Church  in  that  Parish;"  entitled,  |  "Christian  Forbearance 
in  weak  |  Consciences,  a  Duty  of  the  Gos-  |  pel."  |  By  Cyprian 
Strong,  A.M.  I  Pastor  of  the  first  Church  in  Chatham.  |  .  .  .  |  Hart- 
ford:  I  Printed  by  Hudson  and  Good-win.  |  m.dcc.lxxxix.   |  8vo, 

pp.  56.  AAS.,  C,  H.,  JCB.,  UTS.,  Y.  92887 

Strong.  Animadversions  [  on  |  "The  Substance  of  two  Ser- 
mons, I  "preached  at  Stepney,  by  John  Lewis,  |  "a.m.  Pastor  of  the 
Church  in  that  |  "Parish;"  entitled,  |  "Christian  Forbearance  to 
weak  I  "Consciences,  a  Duty  of  the  Gospel."  By  Cyprian  Strong, 
A.M.  I  Pastor  of  the  first  Church  in  Chatham.  |  •  •  •  [  From  the 
Press  of  Elijah  Russell,  Concord.  |  MDCCxcill.  |  8vo,  pp.  56. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  JCB.  92888 

Strong.  The  Christian  System  the  only  source  of  true  peace.  | 
A  I  Sermon,  |  preached  at  the  |  Installation,  |  of  the  |  Rev.  Elijah 
Gridley,  |  to  the  |  pastoral  Office,  |  in  the  |  Church,  |  in  |  Granby, 
Massachusetts.  |  May  31,  1797.  |  ...  |  Hartford:  \  Printed  by 
Hudson  &'  Goodwin.  \  M,DCC,XCVIII.  |  8vo,  pp.  26.     JCB.  92889 

Title  supplied  by  Catherine  C.  Qiiinn. 

Strong.  A  |  Discourse,  |  Delivered  at  |  Hebron,  |  at  the  Cele- 
bration of  the  I  Anniversary  of  |  American  Independence,  |  July  4th, 
1799.  I  By  Cyprian  Strong,  a.m.  |  Pastor  of  the  First  Church  in 
Chatham.  |  Hartford:  \  Printed  by  Hudson  and  Goodwin.  \  1799.  | 
8vo,pp.  18.  aas.,  c,  Y.  92890 


STRONG   (cYPRIAn).  I4I 

Strong.  A  |  Discourse  |  on  |  Acts  II.  42.  |  In  which  the  Prac- 
tice of  Owning  |  the  Covenant,  is  particularly  exa-  |  mined,  |  First. 
Whether  it  be  a-  [  greable  to  the  Prac-  |  tice  of  the  Apos-  |tles.  | 
Secondly.  Whether  it  be  |  Scriptural  and  |  ought  to  be  Tole-  | 
rated.  |  Also,  |  The  various  Things  which  have  been  urged  in 
fa-  I  vour  of  the  Practice,  are  particularly  |  considered;  and  the 
Reasons  for  its  Exclusion  |  exhibited.  |  By  Cyprian  Strong,  m.a.  | 
Pastor  of  the  first  Church  in  Chatham.  |  .  .  •  |  Hartjord:  Printed 
by  Hudson  and  Goodwin.  |  m.dcc.lxxx.  |  8vo,  pp.  46. 

CHS.,  NYH.,  UTS.,  Y.  9289  I 

Strong.  A  |  Discourse  |  on  |  Acts  ii.  42.  |  In  which  the  Practice 
of  owning  the  Covenant  |  is  examined: — The  Arguments  which 
have  been  |  used  in  its  Favour  are  particularly  considered:  and  I 
Reasons  offered  for  its  Abolition.  |  By  Cyprian  Strong,  a.m. 
Pastor  of  the  first  Church  in  Chatham.  |  .  .  .  |  The  Second  Edition.  | 
Hartjord:  |  Printed  by  Hudson  and  Goodwin.  |  m.dcc.xci.  |  Svo, 

pp.  56.  AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  JCB.,  UTS.,  Y.  92892 

Strong.  God's  care  of  the  New-England  colonies;  — His  | 
reasonable  demands  of  them ;  —  the  fruits  they  |  have  produced ;  — 
and  what  they  have  now  |  reason  to  fear  and  expect,  from  his 
righteous  |  dispensations,  illustrated  and  improved:  |  in  a  |  Sermon,  | 
Delivered  in  the  first  Society  of  |  Chatham,  |  on  a  Day  of  |  Fasting 
and  Prayer.  |  And  now  published  at  the  Request  of  a  Number  of  | 
the  Hearers.  [  By  Cyprian  Strong,  a.m.  |  Pastor  of  the  first  Church 
of  Christ,  in  said  Chatham.  |  .  .  .  |  Hartjord:  |  Printed  by  Eben. 
Watson,  near  the  Great-Bridge.  \   [177—?]  Svo,  pp.  31. 

C,  CHS.,  H.,  NYH.,  UTS.  92893 

On  p.  21 :  "The  unhappy  and  unnatural  controversy  now  subsisting  betwixt  Great- 
Britain  and  the  colonies,  is  in  its  own  nature,  (if  pursued)  pregnant  with  ruin  to 
both."  Trumbull  notes  that  the  conflict  had  not  yet  at  the  date  of  delivery  resulted 
in  the  "horrors  of  a  civil  war,"  and  suggests  the  date,  1774,  partly  because  the  popu- 
lation of  Connecticut  is  given  from  the  Census  of  177+. 

Strong.  An  |  Inquiry;  |  wherein,  |  The  End  and  Design  of 
Baptism  —  The  Qual-  |  ifications  for  it  —  The  Extent  of  its 
adminis-  |  tration  —  The  Advantages  arising  from  it  —  The  | 
Standing  of  baptized  Children  —  Whether  Bap-  |  tism  in  infancy 
do  entitle  to  Church  Privi-  |  leges  in  adult  years  —  And  the  Dis- 
cipline I  which  the  Church  is  to  exercise,  relative  to  |  baptized  Chil- 
dren, are  particularly  consider-  |  ed  and  illustrated.  |  By  Cyprian 
Strong,  a.m.   I   Pastor  of  the  first  Church  in  Chatham.   I   ...   I 


142  STRONG  (cYPRIAn). 

Hartford:  \  Printed  by  Hudson  and  Goodwin.  |  M.DCC.xcill.  |  8vo, 

pp.  I  03.  AAS.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CHS.,  H.,  HSP.,  JCB.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92894 

For  a  "Second  Inquiry,"  see  below. 

Strong.  The  Kingdom  is  the  Lord's.  |  A  |  Sermon,  |  preached 
at  I  Hartford,  |  on  the  day  of  the  |  Anniversary  Election,  |  May  9, 

1799.  I  By  Cyprian  Strong,  a.m.  |  Pastor  of  the  First  Church  in 
Chatham.  |  Hartford:  \  Printed  by  Hudson  and  Goodwin.  |  1799.  | 

Svo,  pp.  46.  BA.,  BM.,  JCB.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92895 

Strong.  The  Nature  and  Design  |  Of  the  Evangelical  Ministry  I 
considered:  |  And  the  Importance  of  Fidelity  in  it,  |  illustrated:  [ 
In  a  Discourse  Preached  at  the  |  Ordination  |  of  the  |  Rev.  Samuel 
Shepard,  |  To  the  Pastoral  Office  over  the  |  Church  in  Lenox:  | 
April  30th,  A.D.  1795.  I  By  Cyprian  Strong,  a.m.  |  Pastor  of  the 
first  Church  in  Chatham.  |  Stockbridge:  \  Printed  by  Loring  An- 
drews. I  1795.  I  8vo,  pp.  32. 

AAS.,  BM.,  BU.,  C,  CHS.,  HEH.,  JCB.,  NYH.,  UTS,  Y.  92896 

Strong.  A  |  Second  Inquiry,  |  into  |  the  Nature  and  Design  | 
of  I  Christian  Baptism.  |  Intended  as  a  Vindication  and  further  Illus- 
tration, of  I  the  Sentiments  advanced  in  a  former  Inquiry,  on  |  the 
same  subject.  |  By  Cyprian  Strong,  a.m.  |  Pastor  of  the  first  Church 
in  Chatham.  |  Hartford:  |  Printed  by  Hudson  and  Goodwin.  \ 
1796.  I  8vo,  pp.  117,  errata  (i). 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CHS.,  H.,  JCB.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92897 
For  the  first  inquiry,  see  An  Inquiry,  above. 

Strong.  A  |  Sermon,  |  Delivered  at  the  |  Ordination  |  of  the  | 
Rev.  Mr.  Zephaniah  H.  Smith,  |  To  the  Pastoral  Office  over  the 
first  Church  |  in  Newtown.  |  March  9th,  1786.  |  By  Cyprian 
Strong,  A.M.  I  ...  I  Hartford:  \  Printed  by  Hudson  and  Goodwin,  j 

M.DCC.LXXXVI.  I   8vo,  pp.  28.  JCB.,  UTS.  92898 

Strong.  Sermon  on  the  death  of  Mrs.  Ruth  Sage.    1793.  92899 

Title  from  a  catalogue  card  for  a  copy  at  nvh.,  not  now  available. 

Strong.  Sermon,  preached  at  Chatham,  at  the  request  of  St. 
John's  Lodge,  No.  II.  in  Middletown,  on  the  celebration  of  the 
Festival  of  St.  John  the  Baptist.    Middletown:    Tertius  Dunning. 

1800.  8vo,  pp.  20.  92900 

Title  from  Trumbull. 

Strong.  A  Sermon,  preached  at  Hartford,  before  the  Board  of 
Trustees,  of  the  Missionary  Society,  in  Connecticut.    At  the  Ordi- 


STRONG  (eDWARd).  1 43 

nation,  of  the  Rev.  Jedediah  Bushnell,  as  a  Missionary  to  the  New 
Settlements;  January  15th,  a.d.  1 800.  By  Cyprian  Strong,  a.m. 
...   Hartford:    Printed  by  Hudson  arid  Goodwin.     1800.     Svo, 

pp.    19.  AAS.,  BA.,  BM.,   C,  HEH.,  JCB.,   M.,  NYH.,   NYP.,  UTS., 

WHS.,  Y.  92901 

Strong  (Edward).  An  Address  at  the  Funeral  of  Deacon 
Anson  Moody,  February  14,  1855,  by  Edward  Strong,  Pastor  of 
the  College  Street  Church,  New  Haven.  .  ,  .  New  Haven:  T.  J. 
Stafford,  Printer.    1855.    Svo,  pp.  19.  BA.,  Y.  92902 

Of  biographical  interest. 

Strong.  The  duty  of  a  Christian  citizen  in  the  present  crisis  of 
our  country.  A  Discourse  delivered  in  the  College  Street  Church, 
New  Haven,  on  Sabbath  morning,  December  9,  i860,  and  re- 
peated in  the  same  place  Sabbath  evening,  Dec.  23,  i860.  By  Ed- 
ward Strong,  .  .  .  New  Haven:  Published  by  S.  H.  Elliot.  J.  H. 
Benham,  Printer,    i860.    8vo,  pp.  15.         BA.,  M.,  UTS.,  Y.  92903 

[Strong  (George  Augustus)  ] .  The  Song  of  Milgenwater.  See 
Henderson  (M.  A.),  pseud.,  no.  31325,  vol.  8.  First  edition,  aas., 
BA.,  c,  H.,  NYP.,  UTEx. ;  Second  edition,    aas.,  b.,  bu.,  c,  h., 

NYH.,  NYP.,  UTEX.,  Y. 

A  third  edition  was  published  in  Albany  in  1883. 

[Strong  (George  Crockett)].  Cadet  Life  at  West  Point.  By 
an  Officer  of  the  United  States  Army.  With  a  descriptive  sketch  of 
West  Point,  by  Benson  J.  Lossing.  Boston:  Published  by  T.  O. 
H.  P.  Burnham.  1862.  [Verso  of  title:]  Riverside,  Cambridge: 
Stereotyped  and  Printed  by  H.  O.  Houghton.  l2mo,  pp.  xvii,  verso 
blank,  (2),  9—367.    Frontispiece. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  NYP.,  UP.  US.BUR.EDUC.  929O4 

Above  title  included  because  of  cross  reference  from  title,  though  of  a  later  period 
than  that  now  covered  by  this  Dictionary. 

Strong  (George  V.).  Francis  Herbert,  a  Romance  of  the 
Revolution,  and  other  poems.  By  George  V.  Strong.  New-York: 
Printed  by  Leavitt,  Trozv  ^  Co.,  33  Ann-street.  1 847.  l6mo, 
pp.  100,  slip  of  errata  pasted  on  recto  of  front  fly  leaf. 

NYH.,  UTEX.  92905 

[Strong  (Harvey)].  To  the  Public.  [New  York.  1818.] 
8vo,  pp.  8.  NYH.  92906 

Caption  title.    Beginning  of  text:    "I  deem  it  my  duty  to  lay  before  the  public  a 


144  STRONG  (henry    K.). 

detail  of  the  particulars  of  a  base  attack  on  my  person,  by  Mr.  Henry  Brevoort,  jun. 
of  this  city." 

Signed  on  p.  4:  "Harvey  Strong.  New  York,  October  5."  Dated  at  end:  "October 
10,  1818." 

Strong  (Henry  K[ing]),  b.  1798,  d.  i860.  The  Fall  of  Itur- 
bide  or,  Mexico  Delivered.  A  Tragedy,  in  five  acts.  By  Henry  K. 
Strong,  A.B.  Preceptor  of  the  Pittsfield  Academy.  .  .  .  Pitts  field: 
Printed  by  Phinehas  Allen — 1823.    1 2 mo,  pp.  38.     aas.,  y.  92907 

Strong.  Geological  Report  on  the  Dauphin  and  Susquehanna 
Coal  Company's  Mineral  Lands.  See  Roberts  (W.  F.),  and 
Strong  (H.  K.).  no.  7 1 93 1,  vol.  17.  c,  nyp.,  p. 

Strong.  An  Oration,  delivered  at  the  request  of  the  Committee 
of  Arrangements,  at  Pittsfield,  on  the  Anniversary  of  American 
Independence.  July  4,  1825.  By  Henry  K.  Strong.  Pittsfield: 
Printed  by  Phinehas  Allen — July^  1825.    8vo,  pp.  20.     aas.  92908 

Strong.    The  Railroad  Policy  of  Pennsylvania.    [Han-isburgF 

1853.]      8vo,   pp.    15.  BUREAU  RAIL. ECON.  92909 

"Extracts  from  his  remarks  in  the  House  of  representatives  of  Pennsylvania,  March 
9,  1853,  on  the  message  of  Governor  Bigler,  returning  the  bill,  without  his  approval, 
allowing  the  Lancaster,  Lebanon  and  Pine  Grove  railroad  company  to  extend  its 
road  to  the  city  of  Philadelphia." — c. 

Strong.  Report  to  the  Legislature  of  Pennsylvania,  containing 
a  description  of  the  Swatara  mining  district,  illustrated  by  diagrams. 
Henry  K.  Strong,  chairman.  Presented  by  Mr.  M'Elwee,  and 
printed  by  order  of  the  House  of  Representatives.  Harrisburg: 
Printed  by  Boas  &'  Coflan.  1 839.  8vo,  pp.  6 1.  8  plates  and  folded 
map.  C,  H.,  WHS.  92910 

"Report  of  'the  committee  appointed  by  a  convention  of  delegates,  which  assembled 
at  Harrisburg,  from  several  counties  of  the  commonwealth.'  " — c. 

Strong.  Report  upon  the  Huntingdon  and  Broad  Top  Rail 
Road  and  Coal  Company's  coal  lands.  By  W.  F.  Roberts  and  H.  K. 
Strong,  geologists.  Philadelphia:  J.  C.  Clark,  printer.  1 853.  8vo, 
pp.  16.  Folded  map.  burean  rail.econ.,  minnhs.  9291 1 

[Strong].  Somerset,  Pa.,  Coal  and  Iron  Co.  Geological  Re- 
ports ...[«. />.    1856.]  92912 

Title  from  a  list  of  uncatalogucd  material  at  c.  not  now  available. 

The  abi)\e,  though  of  a  later  period  than  that  now  covered  by  this  Dictionary,  is 
included  because  of  a  cross  reference  from  title. 

The  reports  were  by  Henry  K.  Strong,  according  to  information  supplied  by  Ernest 
Klctsch.  Although  our  author  had  a  son  of  the  same  name,  born  in  1827,  it  seems 
probable  that  this  was  a  posthumous  publication  of  reports  by  the  father.    On  p.  5  of 


strong(henry  n.).  145 

a  prospectus  of  the  Somerset  Coal  and  Iron  Company,  1864,  a  geological  report  made 
by  Strong  in  1855  is  mentioned. 

For  a  biographical  sketch,  see  Dwight's  "History  of  the  Descendants  of  Elder  John 
Strong,"  vol.  2,  1871,  pp.  1355-1  >56. 

Strong  was  the  author  of  the  "History  of  the  town  of  Pittsfield,"  which  forms  pp. 
362—380  of  the  "History  of  the  County  of  Berkshire,  Massachusetts,"  edited  by  D.  D. 

Field,    1829.     AAS.,   B.,   BA.,   BM.,   C,    H.,    NYP. 

Strong  (Henry  N.).  An  address  delivered  at  the  first  session 
of  the  Teachers'  Institute,  held  at  the  State  Normal  School,  at 
Ypsilanti,  October  13,  1852.  By  Rev.  Henry  N.  Strong,  rector  of 
Trinity  Church,  Marshall,  Michigan.  Detroit:  Free  Press  Book 
and  Job  Office  frint.    1852.    8vo,  pp.  24.  WHS.  92913 

Title  supplied  by  Annie  A.  Nunns. 

Strong.  A  Sermon  preached  on  the  death  of  the  Honorable 
Isaac  E.  Crary,  from  Ecclesiastes  iii.  4  —  "A  Time  to  Weep."  By 
the  Rev.  Henry  N.  Strong  .  .  .  May  9,  a.d.  1854.  Detroit:  Free 
Press  Book  and  Job  Office  Print.    1854.   8vo,pp.  16.      nyh.  92914 

Deals  in  part  with  the  public  life  of  Crary,  a  representative  from  Michigan,  who 
was  important  in  the  founding  of  the  public  school  system  and  of  the  State  University 
of  that  state. 

Strong  (J.  D.).  5^^  Strong  (J[oseph]  D[wight]). 

Strong  (James),  b.  1768,  d.  1839.  A  Geographical  Chart  of 
the  American  Federal  Republic.  Or,  A  Comprehensive  View  of 
the  most  interesting  particulars  relative  to  the  Geography,  &c.  of  the 
United  States  of  North  America.  [At  foot  of  sheet:]  (Walfole, 
N,  H.  —  Printed  at  the  Press  of  Thomas  and  Thomas,  by  Geo.  W. 
Nichols,)  (By  James  Strong,  Hartford,  Vt.)  (Copy  Right  secured.) 
[180—?]    Large  folio  broadside.  aas.,  b.,  h.  92915 

Nichols  is  recorded  as  printing  in  Walpole  from  1804—1809. 

Dates  of  birth  and  death  of  the  compiler  supplied  from  B.  W.  Dwight's  "History 
of  the  Descendants  of  Elder  John  Strong,"  vol.  2,  1871,  p.  846. 

Strong  (James),  b.  1783,  d.  1847.  ^"  Address  on  the  Neces- 
sity of  Education  and  the  Arts  in  a  Repubhcan  Government.  De- 
livered before  the  Phi  Sigma  Nu  Society  of  the  University  of  Ver- 
mont, at  Burlington,  August  7th,  a.d.  1827.  By  James  Strong. 
Printed  for  the  Society.  Burlington.  Printed  at  the  Free  Press 
Office.    1827.    8vo,  pp.  24.  AAS.,  H.  92916 

Strong.  An  Eulogium,  pronounced  by  the  Hon.  James  Strong, 
at  Hudson,  N.  Y.,  upon  the  late  Lieut.  Com.  Allen,  of  the  U.  S. 
Navy,  who  was  killed  in  an  engagement  between  the  U.  S.  Schooner 
Alligator,  and  Three  Piratical  Vessels,  off  Matanzas.    Neiv  York: 


146  STRONG  (jAMEs). 

Published  by  W.  Grattariy  8,  Thomas-St.  and  T.  Longworthy  84, 
Maiden  Lane.    1822.    8vo,  pp.  15.  HSP.  92917 

Strong.  An  Oration,  delivered  before  the  Washington  Benevo- 
lent Society  of  the  County  of  Columbia,  at  the  Court-House  in  the 
cit)'  of  Hudson,  February  22d,  181 1 — being  the  Birth  Day  of  the 
Immortal  Washington.  (With  notes,  &c.)  By  James  Strong,  At- 
torney at  Law.  .  .  .  Hudson:    Printed  by  F.  Stebbins.    18 1 1.    8vo, 

pp.24.  AAS.,  NYH.  92918 

Strong.  Speech  of  Mr.  James  Strong,  of  New-York,  on  the 
Tariff  Bill;  delivered  in  the  House  of  Representatives  of  the  United 
States,  April  3,  1824.  [Colophon:]  Printed  at  the  Columbian 
Office.    [Washington.    1824.]    8vo,pp.  16.     aas.,  cu.,  hsp.  92919 

Caption  title. 

Strong.  Speech  of  Mr.  Strong,  of  New  York,  on  the  bill  to 
amend  the  Navigation  Laws  of  the  United  States.  Dehvered  in  the 
House  of  Representatives,  May  11  and  13,  1830.  Washington: 
Printed  b\  Gales  tff  Seaton.    1830.    l2mo,  pp.  24.      B.,  Y.  92920 

Strong  (James),  b.  1822,  d.  1894.  Freedom  of  Thought,  the 
True  Mean.  An  Address  delivered  before  the  Philomathean  So- 
ciety of  Troy  Conference  Academy,  West  Poultney,  Vt.,  on  the 
Evening  of  July  15,  1851.  By  James  Strong,  a.m.,  formerly 
Teacher  of  Languages  in  that  Institution.  New  York:  John  F. 
Trozv,  Printer,  49  Ann  St.    185  I.    8vo,  pp.  31.  BM.  9292 1 

Title  from  Gilman. 

Strong.  Scholastic  Education  and  Biblical  Interpretation.  An 
Inaugural  Address,  at  the  opening  of  the  Troy  University,  Septem- 
ber 9,  1858.  By  James  Strong,  s.t.d.,  Vice  President  and  Professor 
of  Biblical  Literature  in  the  Troy  University.  Troy,  N'.  Y.:  Wil- 
liam H.  Young,  216  River  Str-eet.    1859.    8vo,  pp.  34.   GTS.  92922 

Strong  (Jonathan).  A  Discourse,  delivered  in  the  North 
Meeting-House  in  Bridgewater,  at  the  funeral  of  Doctor  Ziba  Bass, 
September  25,  1 804.  By  Jonathan  Strong,  a.m.  Pastor  of  the 
Church  in  Randolph,  Massachusetts.  Randolph:  (Ver.)  Printed  by 
Serrno  Wright.    1805.    8vo,  pp.  1 6.  BM.,  C,  UTS.  92923 

Strong.  An  Oration,  pronounced  July  4,  18  10,  at  the  request 
of  the  inhabitants  of  the  Town  of  Randolph,  in  Commemoration  of 
the  Anniversary  of  American  Independence.  By  Jonathan  Strong, 
A.M.    Dcdham;  Printed  by  Herman  Mann,  August — 1 8 10.    8vo, 

PP-    25.  AAS.,   C,   NVH.,  UTS.  92924 


STRONG  (Jonathan).  147 

Strong.  A  Sermon,  delivered  at  Plymouth,  December  2  2,  1803, 
at  the  Anniversary  Commemoration  of  the  First  Landing  of  our 
Ancestors  at  that  place.  By  Jonathan  Strong  .  .  .  Boston:  Printed 
by  E.  Lincoln,  Water-Street.    1 804.   8vo,  pp.  26.  aas.,  nyh.  92925 

Strong.  A  |  Sermon,  |  Delivered  at  the  |  Ordination  |  of  the  | 
Rev.  Levi  White,  |  to  the  Pastoral  Care  of  the  Church  in  |  San- 
dersfield;  |  June  28th,  1798.  |  By  Jonathan  Strong,  a.m.  |  Pastor 
of  the  Church  in  Randolph.  |  Hartford:  \  Printed  by  \  Hudson  ^ 
Goodivin.    1798.  I  8vo,  pp.  31. 

AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  C,  HEH.,  JCB.,  UTS.,  Y.  92926 

Strong.  A  Sermon,  delivered  October  27th,  18 13,  at  the  Dedi- 
cation of  the  Meeting-House  in  the  Third  Society,  Abington.  By 
Jonathan  Strong  .  .  .  Boston:  Printed  by  Samuel  T.  Armstrong, 
No.  50,  Cornhill.    18 13.    8vo,  pp.  24. 

AAS.,  BA.,  BM.,  UTS.,  WHS.  92927 

Strong.  A  j  Sermon  |  delivered  |  on  the  Day  of  |  Annual 
Thanksgiving,  |  November  19,  1795.  |  By  Jonathan  Strong,  a.m.  | 
pastor  of  the  Church  in  Randolph.  |  Published  by  desire  of  the 
Hearers,  |  Boston:  \  Printed  by  Young  and  Minns.  |  [1795?]    8vo, 

pp.  27.    AAS.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  HEH.,  JCB.,  M.,  NYH.,  UTS.,  Y.  92928 

Strong.  A  Sermon,  preached  before  the  Massachusetts  Mis- 
sionary Society,  at  their  Annual  Meeting  in  Boston,  May  24,  1808. 
By  Jonathan  Strong  .  ,  .  Boston:  Printed  by  Joshua  Gushing,  No. 
79,  State  Street.    1808.    8vo,  pp.  (2),  34. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  NYH.,  UTS.  92929 

Sprague  notes  that  Strong  contributed  to  several  periodicals,  especially  the 
"Pancplist." 

Strong  (Joseph),  b.  1728/9,  d.  1803.  The  |  Church  of  Christ 
one,  I  and  for  Substance  the  same  under  the  |  New  Testament  as 
under  the  Old,  |  clearly  Demonstrated:  |  and  |  Thence  the  Church- 
Membership  and  Baptism  |  of  Christian  infants  Scripturally  |  Vin- 
dicated and  Firmly  Established.  |  By  Joseph  Strong,  a.m.  Pastor 
of  I  the  Church  in  Williamsburgh.  |  .  •  .  |  Norwich:  \  Printed  by 
John  Trumbull,  m,dcc,lxxxiii.  |  8vo,  pp.  28,  26. 

AAS.,  c,  M.,  Y.  92930 

Half  title:  Demonstration  of  the  Duty  and  |  Importance  of  |  Infant  Baptlsem,  | 
To  the  full  Satisfaction  of  the  |  Candid  and  Impartial.  |  By  appointment  of  a 
Learned  Body.  |  .  .  . 

The  second   part   has   separate   title  page   as    follows:     An    j   Address    |    to   his    | 


148  STRONG  (JOSEPH  ). 

Anabaptist  Brethren.  |  By  Joseph  Huntington,  d.d.  |  ...  |  Norwich:  Printed  by 
John  Trumbull,  1783.  | 

The  signatures  are  continuous  through  the  two  works. 

Elicited:  The  |  Two  Covenants  |  Fairly  described:  |  or,  |  Believers  Baptism 
vindicated:  |  In  answer  to  the  Rev.  Joseph  Strong,  a.m.  |  And  the  Rev.  Joseph 
Huntington,  d.d.  |  In  their  Book,  intituled,  |  "Demonstration  of  the  Duty  and 
Import-  I  ance  of  Infant  Baptism:"  |  In  a  Letter.  |  With  an  Address  to  each  of  those 
Gen-  I  tlemcn.  |  By  Z.  P.  |  .  .  .  |  New-London:  \  Printed  in  the  Year  m,dcc,lxx,xiv  | 
i6mo,  pp.  16.    Signed  at  the  end:    "Zaphnath  Paaneah."    nyp. 

Author's  dates  of  birth  and  death  supplied  from  Dexter's  Yale  Graduates,  vol.  2, 
pp.  221-224. 

Strong.  The  Duty  of  Singing  considered  as  a  ne-  j  cessary  and 
useful  Part  of  Christian  |  Worship;  |  Illustrated  and  Inforced,  in 
a  I  Sermon,  |  Delivered  at  a  |  Singing-Lecture,  |  In  a  Parish  in 
Simsbury,  |  March  i8,  1773.  |  On  Occasion  of  introducing  regular 
Singing  into  pub-  |  lie  Use  in  the  Worship  of  God  there.  |  By  Joseph 
Strong,  v.D.M.  I  Published  at  the  Request  of  the  Hearers.  |  .  .  . 
New-Havc7i:  |  Printed  by  Thomas  and  Samuel  Green.  |  [  1773*] 
i2mo,  pp.  28.  AAS.  92931 

Strong.  The  Importance  of  duly  receiving  and  |  hearing  the 
ministers  of  Christ,  and  the  |  sin  and  danger  of  neglecting  it,  |  Con- 
sidered, I  in  a  I  Discourse,  |  Occasioned  by  the  |  Death  |  of  the 
Reverend  |  Gideon  Mills,  |  Late  Pastor  of  the  Church  of  Christ  in 
West  Simsbury;  |  And  delivered  at  his  mournful  Interment,  |  The 
fifth  of  August,  1772.  I  By  Joseph  Strong,  a.m.  |  ...  |  Netv- 
Haven:  |  Printed  by  T.  and  S.  Green^  \  [1772.]    l2mo,  pp.  33. 

AAS.,  JCB.,  M.  92932 

Strong.  The  Office  of  the  Ministers  of  |  Christ,  Viewed  as 
Workers  to-  |  gether  with  Him:  |  Illustrated,  |  in  |  A  Sermon  | 
Delivered  at  the  Ordination  |  of  |  The  Rev.  Alexander  Gillet,  |  To 
the  Work  of  the  Gospel  Ministry,  and  Pastoral  |  Office  at  Farming- 
bury,  the  29th  December,  1773.  |  By  Joseph  Strong,  a.m.  |  Pastor 
of  a  Church  of  Christ  in  Simsbury.  |  .  .  .  |  New-Haven:  \  Printed 
by  Thom-as  and  Samuel  Green,  |  m,dcc,lxxv.  |  8vo,  pp.    27. 

AAS.,  CHS.,  H.,  JCB.,  UTS.,  Y.  92933 

Strong.  That  Presbyterian  Ministers  may  justly  |  challenge 
ministerial  Regard,  assert-  |  ed  and  proved.  Also,  |  The  relative 
Duties  of  Ministers  and  |  People,  very  briefly  consi-  |  dered  and 
enforced:  |  in  a  |  Sermon,  |  Delivered  at  Hartland,  |  The  29th  of 
June,  1768.  I  Previous  to  the  Ordination  |  of  the  Reverend  |  Star- 
ling Graves,  |  To  the  Work  of  the  Gospel  Ministry  there.  |  By 
Joseph  Strong,  a.m.  I  Pastor  of  a  Church  in  Simsbury.  I  Published 


STRONG  (JOSEPH  ).  149 

at  the  Desire  and  Cost  of  some  of  the  Hearers,  |  and  Others;  with 
some  Enlargements.  |  .  •  •  |  Hartjord:  I  Printed  by  Green  ^  Wat- 
son, opposite  the  Court  House.    1 768.  j  8\'0,  pp.  55. 

The  H.  copy  lacks  all  after  p.  16.  CHS,,   H.(aND.),  Y.  92934 

Strong  (Joseph),  b.  1753,  ^.  1834.  A  |  Sermon,  |  dehVered  at 
the  Funeral  of  |  His  Excellency  |  Samuel  Huntington,  |  Governor 
of  the  State  of  Connecticut;  )  Who  died  January  5th,  1 796.  |  By 
Joseph  Strong,  |  Pastor  of  the  first  Church  in  Norwich.  |  Hartjord:  \ 
Printed  by  Hudso7i  and  Goodwin.  \  m.dcc.xcvi.  |  8vo,  pp.  19. 

AAS.,  C,  H.,  HEH.,  JCB.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  92935 

Strong.  A  Sermon,  preached  at  Norwich,  on  hearing  of  the 
Death  of  General  George  Washington,  who  died  December  14th, 
1799.  ^tat.  68.  By  Joseph  Strong  .  ,  .  Norzuich:  Printed  by  John 
Trumbull.    1800.    8vo,  pp.  17. 

AAS.,  C,  H.,  HEH.,  JCB.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92936 

Strong.  A  Sermon,  preached  on  the  General  Election  at  Hart- 
ford in  Connecticut,  May  13,  1802.  By  Joseph  Strong  .  .  .  Hart- 
jord: Printed  by  Hudson  &'  Goodwin.    1 802.    8vo,  pp.  26. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92937 

Strong.  Sermons  preached  March  23,  a.d.  1828,  on  the  Com- 
pletion of  the  Fiftieth  Year  of  the  Author's  Ministry.  By  Joseph 
Strong,  D.D.  Pastor  of  the  First  Congregational  Church  in  Norwich, 
Conn.  Norwich:  Printed  by  J.  Dunham.  1828.  8vo,  pp.  26. 
AAS.,  B.,  H.,  HEH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  +  Second  Edition.  [Same 
imprint,  date  and  collation.]  nyh.  92938 

Strong  (J[oseph]  D[wight]).  A  Plea  against  Duelling.  A 
Discourse  delivered  in  the  First  Presbyterian  Church,  at  Oakland, 
California,  Sunday,  September  25th,  1859.  By  Rev.  J.  D.  Strong. 
.  .  .  San  Francisco:  Tozvne  ^  Bacon,  Printers,  Excelsior  Book  and 
Job  Office,  no.  125  Clay  Street,  corner  oj  Sansome.  1 859.  8vo, 
pp.  16.  B.,Y.  92939 

Author's  full  name  supplied  from  B.  W.  Dwight's  "History  of  the  Descendants  of 
Elder  John  Strong,"  vol.  i,  1871,  p.  412. 

Also:  The  Nation's  Sorrow.  A  Discourse  on  the  Death  of  Abraham  Lincoln. 
San  Francisco,  1865.    b.,  c. 

Strong  (Leonard),  agent  jor  the  -people  oj  Providence,  Md. 
Babylon's  Fall  |  in  Maryland :  |  A  fair  [  Warning  |  to  Lord  Balta- 
more.  |  Or,  a  |  Relation  |  Of  an  Assault  made  by  divers  Papists,  | 
and  Popish  Ofl!icers  of  the  Lord  Balta-  |  more's  against  the  Prot- 

VOL.  XXIV.  10 


150  STRONG  ( Leonard). 

estants  in  Maryland;  |  to  whom  God  gave  a  great  Victory  a-  |  gainst 
a  greater  force  of  Souldiers  and  armed  |  Men,  who  came  to  destroy 
them.  I  Pubh'shed  by  Leonard  Strong,  Agent  for  the  |  people  of 
Providence  in  Mary-  |  land.  |  [Londofi.^  Printed  for  the  Author, 
1655.  I  4^^'  PP-  (2))  II)  postscript  (2).   A-B  in  fours. 

BA.,  BM.,  HEH.  9294O 

Title  from  a  facsimile  reproduction  in  the  Church  Catalogue. 

Written  by  one  of  the  leaders  among  the  Puritan  group  in  Maryland. 

Elicited  Langford's  "A  just  and  cleere  Refutation  of  a  false  and  scandalous  Pam- 
phlet," 1655,  our  no.  38886,  vol.  10. 

Both  pamphlets  are  reprinted  in  the  "Maryland  Historical  Magazine,"  vol.  3, 
1908,  pp.  228—240,  and  vol.  4,  1909,  pp.  42-64;  and  in  Hall's  "...  Narratives  of 
early  Maryland,"  19 10,  pp.  231—275. 

Strong  (Leonard),  missionary  of  the  S.  P.  G.  to  British  Guiana. 
Gospel  Reminiscences  in  the  West  Indies.  A  brief  and  simple  record 
of  the  Lord's  gracious  work  among  the  Indians  of  British  Guiana, 
by  his  servant  John  Meyer,  during  four  years  and  a  half.  By 
Leonard  Strong  .  .  .  London:  J.  B.  Bateman.  [1848?]  24mo, 
pp.   106.  BM.,  C.  92941 

Strong.  Gospel  Reminiscences  in  the  West  Indies.  —  The 
Triumph  of  Grace.    Second  Edition.    London.     [1850:]     l6mo. 

BM. 92942 

Strong.  Gospel  Reminiscences  in  the  West  Indies.  By  Leonard 
Strong  .  .  .  Bath  [frinied]  London:  Nisbet  and  Co.  ...  [185  I.] 
i8mo,  pp.  (160).  Frontispiece,  bm.,  c.  +  New  Edition.  [Same 
imprint.]    1852.    i8mo,  pp.  116.  92943 

"Contents. — Labours  of  John  Meyer  in  British  Guiana. — Old  Narquois,  the  negro 
driver. — The  condemned  negro." — c. 

Title  of  the  1852  edition  from  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  November  15,  1852, 
no.4SSi. 

Strong.  Letter  from  Rev.  L.  Strong.    1838.  92944 

Also:   Answer  to  Letter  from  Rev.  L.  Strong.    1839. 

Titles  from  Cundall's  "Bibliography  of  the  West  Indies,"  1909,  nos.  15 29b  and 
iS3ia. 

Strong  (Marshall  M.).  A  Review  of  the  Racine  and  Mississippi 
Rail  Road  Project.  By  Marshall  M.  Strong,  a  Director.  Racine: 
Printed  at  the  Job  Office  of  Hulett  &'  Harrison.   1 856.   8vo,  pp.  1 9. 

AAS.,  b.  92945 

Strong.  Speech  of  Marshall  M.  Strong,  in  the  Council,  Febru- 
ary 5th,  1847,  ^^"  ^'^^'  '^'^1  providing  for  another  convention,  in  case 
the  Constitution  should  be  rejected.   Madison:   Printed  by  S.  Mills 

&  Co.     1847.     8vo,  pp.   8  +  .  B.,  BM.  92946 


STRONG  ( MOSES    M.).  I5I 

Strong  (Moses  M[cCure]  ).  Appeal  of  Moses  M.  Strong,  from 

the  Legislature  to  the  people.    [MadisonF    1858.]    8vo,  pp.  6. 

Caption  title.  WHS.  92947 

Dated  at  end:  April  26,  1858. 

Strong's  defense,  when  accused  of  contempt  of  the  Assembly,  addressed  to  the 
people  of  Wisconsin. 

Information  supplied  by  Annie  A.  Nunns. 

Strong,  comp.  A  Compilation  of  the  several  Acts  of  the  Legis- 
lature of  Wisconsin,  affecting  the  La  Crosse  &  Milwaukee  R.R. 
Company.     1856.    See  La  Crosse,  no.  38508,  vol.   10.    B.,  BM., 

BUREAU  RAIL.ECON.,  CU.,  MINNHS.,  NYP.,  Y. 

Our  previous  entry  listed  two  issues  of  this  date,  with  pp.  105  and  107  respec- 
tively. Collation  of  the  bureau  rail.econ.,  cu.  and  nyp.  copies,  8vo,  pp.  v,  verso 
blank,  5-155. 

Strong.  The  land  grant  investigation.  Petition  of  Moses  M. 
Strong.    \_Madison?    1858.]    8vo,  pp.  4.  whs.  92948 

Caption  title. 

Addressed  to  the  Legislature  of  Wisconsin. 

At  end:    "Dated  in  the  common  jail  of  the  County  of  Dane,  at  Madison,  this  zzd 
day  of  March,  A.  D.  1858,  at  7  o'clock  P.  M." 
Information  supplied  by  Annie  A.  Nunns. 

Strong.  Remarks  of  Hon.  M.  Strong,  on  Banks  and  Railroad 
Bonds,  made  in  the  Capitol,  April  12,  1852  .  .  .  Milwaukee:  Daily 
Sentinel  Stea?n  Power  Press  Print.    1852.    8vo,  pp.  21. 

BUREAU  RAIL.ECON.,  WHS.  92949 

Strong.  Speech  of  Hon.  Moses  M.  Strong,  of  Iowa  County,  on 
the  Governor's  Message;  delivered  in  Council,  Dec.  i8,  1841. 
\_Madison?    1841.'']    8vo,  pp.  14.  C,  whs.  92950 

Caption  title. 

Also:  History  of  the  Territory  of  Wisconsin,  from  1836  to  1848,  Madison,  1885, 
AAS.,  c,  cu.,  NYP.,  PEAB. — Territorial  Legislation  in  Wisconsin.  Annual  Address 
before  the  State  Historical  Society  of  Wisconsin,  Madison,   1870,   aas.,  b.,  bm.,  c, 

HSP.,   MINNHS.,    WHS. 

Strong  (Nathan),  b.  i']i'],  d.  ijgS-  A  |  Sermon,  ]  preached 
at  the  I  Ordination  |  of  the  Reverend  |  Nathan  Strong,  |  Pastor  of 
a  Church  in  Hartford;  |  by  his  Father,  the  Reverend  |  Nathan 
Strong,  I  Pastor  of  a  Church  in  Coventry.  |  •  .  .  |  Hartford:  \  Printed 
by  Eben.  Watson,  near  the  Great-BAdge.  \  [  1774.]    I  2mo,  pp.  36. 

c,  CHS.,  UTS.  9295  I 

Date  supplied  from  Dexter's  Yale  Graduates,  vol.  i,  pp.  720—722. 

Strong  (Nathan),  b.  1748,  d.  18 16.  The  Agency  and  Provi- 
dence of  God  I  acknowledged,  in  the  Preservation  of  [  the  American 


152  STRONG  ( Nathan), 

States.  I  A  I  Sermon  |  preached  at  the  |  annual  Thanksgiving,  ]  De- 
cember 7th,  1780.  I  By  Nathan  Strong,  |  Pastor  of  the  first  Church 
of  Christ  in  Hartford.  |  .  .  •  |  Hartjord:  \  Printed  by  Hudson  and 
Goodwiny  I  M.DCC.Lxxx.  |  8vo,  pp.  24. 

C,  CHS.,  HEH.,  JCB.,  NYH.,  WLC,  Y.  92952 

Strong.  The  Character  of  a  Virtuous  and  Good  Woman,  a 
Discourse,  delivered  by  the  desire  and  in  the  presence  of  the  Female 
Beneficent  Society,  in  Hartford,  October  4th,  a.d.  1809.  By 
Nathan  Strong,  pastor  of  the  North  Presbyterian  Church  in  Hart- 
ford.   Hartjoi'd:    Printed  by  Hudson  mid  Goodwin.    1 809.    8vo, 

pp.  II,  (l).  AAS.,  BA.,  BM.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92953 

The  last  page  contains  the  Constitution  of  the  Society. 

Strong.  A  Discourse,  delivered  on  Friday,  December  27,  1799, 
the  Day  set  apart  by  the  Citizens  of  Hartford,  to  lament  before 
God,  the  Death  of  Gen  George  Washington;  who  died  Dec.  14, 
1799.  By  Nathan  Strong  .  .  .  Hartford:  Printed  by  Hudson  and 
Goodwin.    1800.   8vo,  pp.  31.    aas.,  b.,  ba.,  c,  heh.,  hsp.,  JCB., 

M.,  nyh.,  nyp.,  uts.,  whs.,  y.  92954 

NYP.  has  two  issues  differing  in  the  spacing  of  the  lines  of  the  title,  and  in  the 
twelfth  and  thirteenth  lines  on  p.  7,  issue  A  reading:  "and  opposition  may  occur,  to 
do  the  things  de-  |  termined  for  them.  |  "  In  issue  B,  these  lines  read:  "and  oppo- 
sition may  occur,  to  do  the  things  |  determined  for  them.  |  " 

Strong.  The  ]  Doctrine  |  of  |  Eternal  Misery  |  reconcileable 
v/ith  the  I  Infinite  Benevolence  of  God,  |  and  a  truth  plainly  asserted 
in  the  |  Christian  Scriptures.  |  By  Nathan  Strong,  |  Pastor  of  the 
North  Presbyterian  Church  in  Hartford.  |  Hartjord:  \  Printed  by 
Hudson  and  Goodwin.  |  1796.  |  8vo,  pp.  408.     aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm., 

BU.,  C,  H.(anD.),  JCB.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTEX.,  UTS.,  Y.  92955 

Strictures  on  Joseph  Huntington's  "Calvinism  Improved,"  Nezv-LonJon,  1796, 
pp.  203-376. 

Elicited  D.  Foster's  "Critical  and  Candid  Examination  of  a  late  Publication," 
Walpole,  Nctuhampshire,  1 803.    aas.,  bm.,  nvp. 

Strong.  A  Fast  Sermon,  delivered  in  the  North  Presbyterian 
Meeting  House,  in  Hartford,  July  23,  1812,  by  Nathan  Strong  .  .  . 
Hartjord:  Printed  by  Peter  B.  Glcason  i^  Co.    1812.   8vo,  pp.  19. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  92956 

Strong.  A  Funeral  Sermon.  A  Sermon,  delivered  at  Hartford, 
January  6,  1 807,  at  the  funeral  of  the  Rev.  James  Cogswell,  d.d. 
late  pastor  of  the  Church  in  Scotland,  in  the  town  of  Windham.  By 
Nathan  Strong  .  .  .  Hartjord:    Printed  by  Hudson  and  Goodwin. 

1807.     8v(),  pp.    18.  AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  NYH.,  UTS.,  Y.  92957 


STRONG  (nATHAn).  I53 

Strong,  comf.  The  |  Hartford  Selection  |  of  |  Hymns.  |  From 
the  most  approved  Authors.  |  To  which  are  added  a  number  never 
before  pubhshed.  |  Compiled  by,  |  Nathan  Strong,  Abel  Flint,  and 
Joseph  I  Steward.  |  Published  according  to  Act  of  Congress.  | 
Hartjord:  Printed  by  John  Babcock.  |  1 799.  |  i2mo,  pp.  333, 
advertisement  (i).  aas.,  c.  92958 

The  AAS.  copy  is  imperfect. 

Nine  editions  were  published  at  Hartford,  copies  of  which  have  been  located  as 
follows:  Second  edition,  1802,  aas.,  c,  md.dioc.lib.,  wrhs.;  third  edition,  1810, 
AAS.  i  fourth  edition,  1815,  aas.;  fifth  edition,  1816,  noted  by  Metcalf  from  a  sale 
catalogue;  sixth  edition,  I  818,  aas.;  eighth  edition,  1821,  c,  lihs.,  utex.,  y.  ;  ninth 
edition,  1823,  drew.    Locations  from  typewritten  bibliography  of  F.  J.  Metcalf. 

Strong.  Political  Instruction  from  the  Prophecies  |  of  God's 
Word  —  I  A  I  Sermon,  |  Preached  on  the  |  State  Thanksgiving,  | 
Nov.  29,  1798.  I  By  Nathan  Strong,  |  Pastor  of  the  North  Presby- 
terian Church  in  |  Hartford,  Connecticut.  |  Published  according  to 
Act  of  Congress,  and  by  Desire  of  |  the  Hearers.  |  Hartjord:  [ 
Printed  by  Hudson  and  Goodwin.  \  1 798.  |  8vo,  pp.  30. 

aas.,  ba.,  bm.,  JCB.,  m.,  nyh.,  nyp.,  y.  92959 

Strong.  Political  Instruction  from  the  |  Prophecies  of  God's 
Word.  I  A  j  Sermon,  |  preached  on  the  [  State  Thanksgiving,  | 
November  29,  1798.  |  By  Nathan  Strong,  |  Pastor  of  the  North 
Presbyterian  Church  in  |  Hartford,  Connecticut.  |  Published  ac- 
cording to  Act  of  Congress,  and  by  desire  of  |  the  hearers.  |  Hart- 
jord y  Printed:  \  New-Yorky  Re-printed  by  G.  For  many  jor  C. 
Davis,  I  1799.  I  8vo,  pp.  24.  B.,  JCB.,  nyp.,  uts.,  y.  92960 

Strong.  The  Reasons  and  Design  of  public  Punishments;  |  A 
Sermon,  |  Delivered  before  the  People  who  were  collected  to  the 
Execution  |  of  |  Moses  Dunbar,  |  Who  was  condemned  for  High 
Treason  against  the  State  |  of  Connecticut,  and  executed  March 
19'h,  a.d.  1777.  I  By  Nathan  Strong,  |  Pastor  of  the  first  Church 
in  Hartford.  |  .  •  .  |  Hartjord:  \  Printed  and  Sold  by  E ben.  Watson,  | 

M.DCC.LXXVII.  I  4tO,  pp.  18.  C,  CHS.,  M.,  NYH.,  UTS.  9296  I 

Strong.  A  Sermon,  at  the  Ordination  of  the  Rev.  Thomas  Rob- 
bins,  appointed  a  Missionary  to  the  County  of  Trumbull,  in  the  State 
of  Ohio;  delivered  at  Norfolk,  June  19th,  1803.  By  Nathan  Strong 
.  .  .  Together  with  the  Charge,  given  by  the  Rev.  Ammi  R.  Rob- 
bins,  Father  of  the  ordained:  and  the  Right  Hand  of  Fellowship, 
given  by  the  Rev.  Nathan  Perkins,  d.d.  Pastor  of  the  Church  in 
West-Hartford.     Hartjord:    Printed  by   Hudson  and  Goodwin, 

1803.    8^0)  PP-  27.  AAS.,  ba.,  BM.,  NYH.,  UTS.,  Y.  92962 


154  STRONG  ( NATHAN ). 

Strong.  A  Sermon,  delivered  at  the  consecration  of  the  New 
Brick  Church  in  Hartford,  December  3,  1807.  By  Nathan  Strong. 
Hartford:   Printed  by  Hudson  and  Goodivin.    1808.    8vo,  pp.  22. 

AAS.,  B.,  HEH.,  NYH.,  UTS.,  Y.  92963 

Strong,  A  Sermon,  deh'vered  at  the  Funeral  of  Mrs.  Sarah 
Williams,  Consort  of  the  Rev.  Eliphalet  Williams,  d.d.  Pastor  of 
the  Church  of  Christ  in  East-Hartford.  She  departed  this  Life, 
January  23d,  1800,  in  the  63d  Year  of  her  Age.  By  Nathan 
Strong  .  .  .  Hartford:    Printed  by  Hudson  and  Goodwin.     1800. 

8vo,  pp.  15.       AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  JCB.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  92964 

Strong.  A  |  Sermon,  |  delivered  |  at  the  |  Ordination  |  of  the  | 
Rev,  Ichabod  Lord  Skinner,  |  Colleague  Pastor  with  the  |  Rev. 
Nathan  Strong,  |  in  the  |  Second  Church  in  Coventry,  |  October 
22,  1794.  I  By  Nathan  Strong,  |  Pastor  of  the  first  Church  in  Hart- 
ford. I  Hartford:  |  Printed  by  Hudson  and  Goodwin.  \  mdccxciv.  | 

8vo,  pp.  2  I .  AAS.,  C,  CHS.,  JCB.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92965 

Strong.  A  |  Sermon,  |  delivered  in  presence  of  |  His  Excel- 
lency I  Samuel  Huntington,  Esq.  l.l.d.  |  Governor,  |  And  the 
Honorable  the  General  Assembly  of  the  I  State  of  Connecticut 
Convened  at  Hartford,  on  the  Day  of  the  |  Anniversary  Election 
May  13th,  1790.  I  By  Nathan  Strong,  a.m.  |  Pastor  of  the  First 
Church  in  Hartford.  |  Hartford:  \  Printed  by  Hudson  and  Good- 
win. I  M.DCC.XC.  I  8vo,  pp.  32.      AAS.,  B.,  BA,,  C,  CHS,,  HEH.,  JCB., 

M.,  NYH,,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92966 

Strong.  A  Sermon,  delivered  in  the  North  Presbyterian  Church 
in  Hartford,  August  20th,  at  the  funeral  of  the  Honorable  Chauncey 
Goodrich,  Lieutenant  Governor  of  the  State  of  Connecticut,  who 
died  August  1 8th,  I  815.  By  Nathan  Strong  .  .  .  Hartford:  Printed 
by  Peter  B.Glrasonand  Co.  1815.  8vo,pp.  15,  aas,,  BA.,  BM,,  c, 
H,,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH,,  NYP,,  UTS,  WHS.,  Y,  92967 

Strong,  A  |  Sermon,  |  Preached  at  the  Annual  |  Thanksgiving,  | 
November  i6th,  1797.  |  By  Nathan  Strong,  |  Minister  of  the  North 
Presbyterian  Church  in  Hartford.  |  The  copy  was  given  to  several 
of  the  hearers,  who  by  |  permission  have  published  it,  |  Hartford:  \ 
Printed  by  \  Hudson  6f  Goodwin.  \    1 797,   |   8vo,  pp,   16. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CHS.,  UTS.,  Y.  92968 

Strong.  A  |  Sermon,  |  Preached  at  the  Installation  |  of  the 
Rev.  David  Huntington,  a.m,  |  to  the  |  Pastoral  Charge  |  of  the 
Second  Congregational  Church  |  in  Middletown,  |  On  the  8th  day 


STRONG  ( Nathan).  155 

of  November,  a.d.  1797.  |  By  Nathan  Strong,  |  Pastor  of  the  North 
Presbyterian  Church  in  Hartford.  |  Middletown:  |  Printed  by 
Tertius  Dunning.  |  1798.  |  8vo,  pp.  24.  aas.  92969 

Strong.  A  |  Sermon,  |  Preached  in  Hartford,  |  June  loth, 
1797,  I  at  the  Execution  of  |  Richard  Doane.  |  By  Nathan  Strong,  | 
Minister  of  the  North  Presbyterian  Church  |  in  Hartford.  |  To 
which  is  Added,  |  a  Short  Account  of  his  Life,  |  as  Given  by  him- 
self: I  also  of  the  State  of  his  Mind  during  the  |  Time  of  his  Con- 
finement, I  and  at  his  Death.  |  Hartjord:  |  Printed  by  Elisha  Bab- 
cock.    I    1797.    I    8vo,  pp.   21.    aas.,  BM.,  C,  CHS.,  HEH.,  NYH.,  Y. 

+  Second  edition.    [Same  imprint,  date,  and  collation,]        92970 

Richard  Doane,  born  in  England  in  1755,  was  executed  for  the  murder  of  Daniel 
M'lver  during  a  drunken  fight. 

Title  of  the  second  edition  from  Evans. 

Strong.   A  Sermon,  preached  January  3d,  1804,  at  the  funeral 

of  the  Rev.  Charles  Backus,  d.d.  pastor  of  the  Church  in  Somers, 

who  departed  this  life  December  30th,  1803.    By  Nathan  Strong 

..  .Hartjord, Printed  by  Hudson  and  Goodwin:   1804.   8vo,  pp.  19. 

aas.j  b.,  bm.,  h.,  nyh.,  nyp.,  uts.,  y.  9297 1 

Strong.  A  |  Sermon,  |  preached  March  18,  1778.  j  At  the 
Ordination  of  the  |  Reverend  Joseph  Strong,  |  Colleague  Pastor 
of  the  first  Church  in  |  Norwich,  with  the  |  Reverend  Benjamin 
Lord,  D.D.  I  By  the  Reverend  Nathan  Strong,  |  his  Brother,  Pastor 
of  the  first  Church  in  |  Hartford.  |  Norwich:  \  Printed  by  John 
Trumbull  at  the  Printing- Ojflce  near  \  the  Meetifig- House, 
M,DCC,Lxxviii.  I  8vo,  pp.  24. 

BU.,  C,  CHS.,  HEH.,  JCB.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  92972 

Strong.  A  [  Sermon,  |  Preached  on  the  |  State  Fast,  |  April 
6th,  1798.  I  Published  at  the  Request  of  the  Hearers.  |  By  Nathan 
Strong,  I  Pastor  of  the  North  Presbyterian  Church  in  Hartford.  ] 
Hartford:  \  Printed  by  \  Hudson  ^  Goodwin.  |  1 798.  |  8vo,  pp.  20. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  H.,  JCB.,  M.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  92973 

Strong.  Sermons,  I  on  |  Various  Subjects,  |  Doctrinal,  Experi- 
mental and  Practical.  |  By  Nathan  Strong,  |  Pastor  of  the  North 
Presbyterian  Church  in  Hartford,  Connecticut.  I  Vol.  L  |  Hart- 
ford: I  Printed  by  \  Hudson  &  Goodwin.  \  1798.  |  [Verso  of  title:] 
Published  and  sold  by  \  Oliver  D.  and  I.  Cooke,  \  Book-Sellers  and 
Stationers,  Hartford ;  \  According  to  Actof  Congress.  |  8vo,  pp.  396. 
+  Vol.  II.  I  Published  according  to  Act  of  Congress.  |  Hartford: 


156  STRONG  ( Nathan). 

Printed  by  John  Babcocky  \  for  |  Oliver  D.  <y  /.  Cookey  |  and  sold 
by  them  at  their  Book  Storey  Hartford.  \  1 800.  |  8vo,  pp.  408. 

B.,  BA.,  BM.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  WHS.  92974 

Subscribers'  Names,  vol.  2,  pp.  401-408. 

Strong.  A  Thanksgiving  Sermon,  delivered  November  27th, 
1800.  By  Nathan  Strong  .  .  .  Hartford:  Printed  by  Hudson  and 
Goodwin.    1800.   8vo,  pp.  18.     aas.,  B.,  c,  JCB.,  nyh.,  Y.  92975 

According  to  Dexter,  vol.  3,  p.  363,  Strong  was  the  originator  and  editor-in-chief 
of  the  "Connecticut  Evangelical  Magazine." 

Strong  (Nathaniel).  England's  |  Perfect  |  School-Master, 
Or,  I  Directions  for  exact  Spelling,  Reading,  |  and  Writing, 
Shewing  how  to  Spell  or  Read  any  Chapter  |  in  the  Bible  by  four 
and  twenty  words  only.  |  With  |  Examples  of  most  words,  from  one 
to  six  Syllables,  |  both  in  whole  Words,  and  also  divided:  |  With 
Rules  how  to  spell  them.  |  Also  how  to  spell  all  such  words  which 
are  alike  in  |  sound,  yet  differ  in  their  Sense  and  Spelling.  |  Together 
with  the  true  meaning  and  use  of  all  Stops  and  |  Points  to  be  ob- 
served by  all  that  would  Read  |  and  Write  well.  |  With  a  Table  of 
Orthography,  shewing  how  to  write  true  |  English.  As  also,  Variety 
of  Pieces,  both  of  English  ]  &  Latin  Verse  on  the  most  remarkable 
Passages  menti- 1  oned  in  Scripture ;  very  useful  for  Writing  Schools,  | 
Lastly,  Directions  for  Writing  of  Letters,  Acquittances,  |  Bills  of 
Exchange,  Bills  of  Parcels,  Bills  of  Debt,  |  Bonds,  &c.  How  to  state 
Accompts  aright.  &c.  |  The  Tenth  Edition,  much  Enlarged.  |  By 
Nathaniel  Strong,  School-Master  in  London:  At  the  |  Hand  and 
Pen  on  Great-Tower-Hill,  in  Red-Cow-Alley.  |  Boston  in  N.  E. 
Reprinted  by  B.  Green,  for  |  Nicholas  Boone,  at  his  Shop  near  the 
Old-  I  Meeting-House.    1704.   8vo,  pp.  i26-{-.  h.  92976 

The  first  edition  was  entered  in  the  London  Term  Catalogue,  under  date  of  May 
26,  1674,  see  Arber's  "Term  Catalogues,"  vol.  i,  1904. 

Strong.  England's  perfect  schoolmaster;  or,  directions  for 
spelling,  reading  ...  5oj/'o»;   Printed  by  B.  Green.    17  10.    l6mo. 

Title  from  Evans.  92977 

Strong  (Nathaniel  T.).  Appeal  to  the  Christian  Community  on 
the  Condition  and  Prospects  of  the  New- York  Lidians,  in  answer  to 
a  book,  entitled  The  Case  of  the  New-York  Indians,  and  other  Pub- 
lications of  the  Society  of  Friends.  By  Nathaniel  T.  Strong,  a  Chief 
of  the  Seneca  Tribe.  New-York:  E.  B.  Clayton,  Printer  and  Sta- 
tioner, No.  6  Tontins  BuildingSy  Wall-street,  m  dccc  xli.  Svo, 
pp.  65.  AAs.,  c,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  +  Second  edition.  New  York. 


STRONG  (NATHANIEL    T.).  1 57 

1841.  8vo,  pp.  22.  C.  -[-Buffalo:  Press  oj  Thomas  &  Co.  No.  16^ 
Main-sti-eet.    1841.    8vo,  pp.  63.   B.,  HEH.,  nyp.,  whs.  92978 

Dated  at  end:    "New- York,  29th  January,  1841." 

A  reply  to  "The  Case  of  the  Seneca  Indians,"  184.0,  our  no.  79105,  vol.  19,  which 
brought  forth  from  the  Society  of  Friends  "A  Further  Illustration  of  the  Case  of  the 
Seneca  Indians,"  1841,  no.  79110. 

Copies  of  either  the  first  or  second  New  York  issue  are  located  at  ba.,   h.,  and 

HSP. 

[Strong].  Report  of  the  Committee  of  Investigation  [to  ex- 
amine the  accounts  of  the  late  treasurer  of  the  Seneca  nation  of 
Indians,  Andrew  John].    [«.  ^.    185—?]    8vo,  pp.  7.     nyp.  92979 

Caption  title. 

Signed:    Nath'l  Strong,  or  De-ga-swa-is-doh,  S;iniuel  Gordon,  or  Jo-gui-ye-sos,  of 
Cattaraugus,  Benjamin  Pierce,  or  Deo-nieh-doh,  of  Alleghany,  Committee. 
Latest  date  mentioned  in  text,  1854. 

Strong  (Nehemiah). 

ALMANACS. 

Strong  was  the  calculator  of  a  number  of  series  of  almanacs.  In  some  he  is  desig- 
nated as  the  author  on  the  title  page,  or  elsewhere  in  the  almanac,  as  "Professor  of 
Mathematics  in  Yale-College,"  by  his  initials,  or  by  his  full  name.  Others  were  pub- 
lished pseudonymously  or  anonymously.  He  was  also  troubled  by  plagiarists,  who 
used  his  name  fraudulently  or  copied  his  calculations  in  their  publications. 

In  compiling  the  following  list.  Bates'  "Check  List  of  Connecticut  Almanacs," 
reprinted  from  Amer.  Antiq.  Soc.  "Proceedings,"  for  April,  19 14,  was  of  the  greatest 
assistance. 

The  almanacs  entered  below  are  arranged  as  follows: 

(i)  General  chronological  list  of  almanacs,  either  definitely  connected  with 
Strong  in  later  issues,  or  bearing  his  name,  the  latter  group  including  a  few  spurious 
editions. 

(2)  Almanacs  in  which  the  pseudonym,  "Hosea  StaiSord,"  is  used.  As  these 
form  a  single  series,  all  printed  by  the  Green  press  in  New  Haven,  they  are  entered 
separately.  It  will  be  noted  that  the  issue  for  1806  of  this  New  Haven  series  contains 
the  author's  name  on  the  title,  with  the  statement  that  he  was  the  author  of  the  al- 
manacs published  under  the  signature  of  Hosea  Stafford. 

(3)  Middlesex  almanacs.  Bates  quotes  an  advertisement  in  the  "Middlesex  Ga- 
zette" of  Dec.  21,  1793,  as  follows:  "Stafford's  Almanack  for  1794  which  has  for- 
merly been  published  under  the  title  of  The  Middlesex  Almanack,  To  be  sold  at  this 
Office."  As  the  series  published  under  the  name  of  Stafford  is  known  to  be  by  Strong, 
it  would  seem  probable  that  the  Middletown  series  may  also  be  attributed  to  him. 

(4)  Almanacs  in  which  the  pseudonym,  "Isaac  Bickerstaff,"  frequently  employed 
by  other  almanac  makers,  is  used,  but  in  which  the  calculations  are  by  Strong.  Bates 
quotes  a  statement  by  Strong  in  the  "Connecticut  Journal,"  for  Oct.  27,  1 784,  dis- 
avowing the  authorship  of  previously  printed  almanacs  bearing  the  name  of  Bicker- 
staff,  but  thinks  Strong  must  have  decided  that  if  a  Bickerstaff  series  were  to  be  pub- 
lished at  Hartford,  he  might  as  well  be  the  author.  Bates  judges  that  such  was  the 
case  in  the  issues  printed  at  Hartford,  by  or  for  Nathaniel  Patten,  for  the  years  from 
1785— 1797,  because  of  the  similarity  of  the  earlier  issues  to  Strong's  almanacs,  of  the 
fact  that  the  issue  for  1787  contains  a  reprint  of  Strong's  calculations  for  that  year, 
and  because  later  issues  were  in  part  printed  from  the  same  type  forms  as  Strong  al- 
manacs for  the  same  years.  It  also  seems  possible  that  some  of  them  may  have  been 
issued  without  Strong's  consent.    See  Bates,  pp.   11-17,  and  46-47. 


1^8  STRONG   (nEHEMIAh). 

(l)     GENERAL    CHRONOLOGICAL    LIST. 

[Strong.]  Watson's  |  Register,  |  and  |  Connecticut  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  •.•|i775;|[i6  lines.]  |  Hartford:  |  Printed  and  Sold 
by  Eben.  Watson^  near  the  G.  Bridge.  \  [1774.]    l2mo,  pp.  (32). 

AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  Y.  92980 
On  the  verso  of  the  title  of  the  Connecticut  Almanack  for  1778,  see  below,  it  is 
stated  that  the  composer  of  that  issue  is  the  "Professor  of  Mathematics  and  natural 
Philosophy  a[t]  Yale  College,  who  likewise  is  the  Author  of  the  former  Registers 
that  have  come  from  this  Press."  In  the  issue  for  1775  it  is  merely  stated  that  it  was 
"done  by  an  astronomer  skilful  as  any  in  New-England,"  but  that  the  gentleman's 
assistance  had  not  been  procured  without  a  promise  of  secrecy. 

[Strong].  Watson's  |  Register,  |  and  |  Connecticut  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...  I  1776.  I  [28  lines.]  |  Hartford:  \  Printed  and  Sold 
by  Eben.Watson, near  the  Great  Bridge. \  [1775.]  i2mo,  pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  CHS.,  H.,  Y.  92981 

[Strong.]  Watson's  |  Connecticut  |  Almanack,  ]  For  .  .  .  | 
1777,  I  [22  lines.]  I  Hartford:  \  Printed  and  Sold  by  Ebene-zer 
Watso7i.\  [ljj6.]    l2mo,  pp.  (24).  AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  Y.  92982 

[Strong].  The  Connecticut  |  Almanack,  |  For  ...  ]  1778;  | 
[17  lines.]  I  Hartford:  |  Printed  and  Sold  by  Hannah  Watson, 
near  the  \  Great-Bridge,  mdcclxxviii.  |  l2mo,  pp.  (l6). 

AAS.,  CHS.,  Y.  92983 

On  verso  of  title:    "The  Reader  is  advertised  that  this  Almanack  was  composed  by 
the  Professor  of  Mathematics  and  natural  Philosophy  at  Yale  College  .  .  ." 
Improved  title  of  no.  15661,  vol.  4. 

[Strong.]  The  |  Connecticut  |  Almanack,  |  For  ...  |  1779.  I 
[13  lines.]  I  By  the  Professor  of  Mathematics,  |  In  Yale  College.  | 
Hartford:  |  Printed  and  Sold  by  Watson  and  Goodwin,  near  \  the 
Great-Bridge.  \  [1778.]    1 2 mo,  pp.  (l6). 

AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  NYP.,  Y.  92984 

[Strong].  The  |  Connecticut  |  Almanack,  |  For  .  .  .  |  1780.  | 
[10  lines.]  I  The  Calculations  performed  by  the  Professor  |  of 
Mathematics,  in  Yale  College.  |  [8  lines.]  |  Hartford:  Printed  and 
Sold  by  I  Hudson  and  Goodivin,  near  the  Great-  \  Bridge.  \  [  1779'] 

I2mo,  pp.  (24).  AAS.,  CHS.,  NYP.,  Y.  92985 

[S'irong].  The  1  Connecticut  |  Almanack,  |  For  ...  ]  1 78 1.  | 
[10  lines.]  I  The  Astronomical  Parts  performed  by  the  |  Professor 
of  Mathematics,  in  Yale-College.  |  [8  lines.]  |  Hartford:  \  Printed 
and  Sold  by  Hudson  arid  Goodwin.  \  [1780.]    I2mo,pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  CHS.  92986 
Another  Issue  at  aas.  has  a  few  of  the   pages  differently  imposed.  This  does  not 
have  tlie  words  "and  Sold"  in  the  imprint. 


STRONG  (nEHEMIAh).  159 

[Strong].  The  |  New-England  |  Almanack,  [  For  ...  |  178 1.  | 
[10  lines.]  I  The  Astronomical  Parts  performed  by  the  |  Professor 
of  Mathematics,  in  Yale-College.  |  [8  lines.]  |  ]Vorcester:  \  Printed 
by  Anthony  Hasivdl.  \  [ijSo.]    8vo,  pp.  (24).  aas.  92987 

Bates  points  out  that  this  almanac  is  printed  from  the  same  type  forms  as  the 
Connecticut  Almanack  for  the  same  year  printed  by  Hudson  and  Goodwin,  and  hence 
must  have  come  from  their  press  in  Hartford.  The  poetry  and  miscellaneous  material 
as  well  as  the  tables  are  the  same. 

S[trong].  An  I  Astronomical  Ephemeris,  Calendar,  ]  or  | 
Almanack,  |  for  ...I1782.  |[ii  lines.]  |  The  Astronomical  Parts 
performed  by  N.  S.  Profes-  |  sor  of  Mathematics  and  Natural  Phi- 
losophy in  I  Yale  College.  |  [6  lines.]  |  Hartford:  |  Printed  by  Hud- 
son &  Goodzuin.  \  [178 1.]     i2mo,  pp.  (24). 

The  AAS.  copy  lacks  the  title  and  other  leaves.  AAS.,  CHS.,  H.  92988 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Ephemeris,  Calender,  |  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...  I  1783.  I  [  1 1  lines.]  |  The  Astronomical  Parts  per- 
formed by  N.  S.  late  |  Professor  of  Mathematics  and  Natural  Phi- 
losophy in  I  Yale-College.  |  [8  lines.]  |  Hartford:  |  Printed  by 
Hudson  &"  Goodwin.  \  [1782.]    i2mo,  pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  BM.,  CHS.,  H.,  Y.  92989 

S[trong].  An  I  Astronomical  Diary,  |  or  |  Almanack,  |  for  .  .  .  | 
1783,  I  [  13  lines.]  I  By  N.  S.  Late  Professor  of  Mathematicks,  |  in 
Yale  College.  |  [8  lines.]  |  Springfield:  |  Printed  by  Babcock  &? 
Haszvell.  I  [1782.]    l2mo,  pp.  (24).  aas.,  NYP.  92990 

Calculated  for  Springfield. 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Ephemeris,  Calender,  |  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...  I  1784.  I  [  13  lines.]  |  By  N.  Strong,  late  Professor 
of  Mathematics  |  and  Natural  Philosophy  in  Yale-College.  |  [8 
lines.]    I  Hartford:   \  Printed  by  Hudson  &'  Goodwin.  |    [1783.] 

I2mo,  pp.   (24).  AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  NYP.,  Y.  9299I 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Ephemeris,  Calendar,  |  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...I1785.  |[i3  lines.]  |  By  N.  Strong,  late  Professor 
of  Mathematics  |  and  Natural  Philosophy  in  Yale-College.  |  [6 
lines.]    I  Hartford:  |  Printed  by  Hudson  ^  Goodzuin.  \    [1784.] 

I2mo,  pp.   (24).  AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  JCB.,  NYP.  92992 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Ephemeris,  Calendar,  |  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...  I  1786.  I  [11  lines.]  |  By  N.  Strong,  late  Professor 
of  Mathematics  |  and  Natural  Philosophy  in  Yale-College.  |  [6 
lines.]    I  Hartford:   \  Printed  by  Hudson  &'  Goodwin.  \    [1785.] 

I2mo,  pp.  (24).  AAS.,  CHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.  92993 


l6o  STRONG  (nEHEMIAh). 

Strong.   An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  |  or  |  Almanack  |  For  .  .  . 
1787:  I  [15  lines.]   I  By  N.  Strong,  late  Professor  of  Mathema- 
ticks  and  Natural  Philosophy  in  Yale-College.  |  [8  lines.]   |  Rart- 
ford:  I  Pr'intedBy  Eltsha  Babcock.  \  [1786.]    l2mo,  pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  NYP.,  Y.  92994 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Ephemeris,  Calendar,  |  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...I1787.  |[9  lines.]  |  By  N.  Strong,  late  Professor  of 
Mathematics  and  I  Natural  Philosophy  in  Yale-College.  I  [6  lines.]  | 
Hartford.   \  Printed  by  Hudson  £ff  Goodwin.   \    [1786.]     l2mo, 

pp.  (24).  AAS.,  CHS.,  Y.  92995 

Strong.  An  Astronomical  Diary,  or  |  Almanack,  |  for  .  .  .  | 
1787;  1  [11  lines.]  I  By  Nehemiah  Strong,  Esq;  |  Late  Professor 
of  Mathematics  and  Natural  Phi-  |  losophy  in  Yale-College.  |  New 
Haven:   Printed  by  Meigs  &'  Dana.  \   [1786.]     l2mo,  pp.  (24). 

B.  92996 

Strong.  An  |  Almanack,  |  For  .  .  .  |  1787  |  [13  lines.]  |  By 
N.  Strong,  late  Professor  of  Mathe-  |  matics  and  Natural  Philosophy 
at  Yale  College.  |  [8  lines.]  |  C ommonwealth  of  Massachusetts,  | 
Sf  ring  field:  Printed  by  Stebbins  and  \  Russell,  at  their  Office  near 
the  Ferry.\\_l']^6.'\    l2mo,  pp.  (24).  AAS.,  B.,  C.  92997 

Calculated  for  Springfield. 

Strong.  Strong's  Geunine  Almanack  for  the  Year  of  our  Lord, 
1789.  Northampton:  Printed  by  William  Butler.    [1788.]  92998 

Title  from  Evans. 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalender,  |  or  |  Almanack,  | 
For  ...  I  1788.  1  [10  lines.]  |  By  N.  Strong  late  Professor  of 
Mathcma-  |  ticks  and  Natural  Philosophy  in  Yale-College.  |  [6 
lines.]   I  Hartford:  \  Printed  by  Elisha  Babcock.  |   [1787.]     l2mo, 

pp.    (24).  AAS.,  CHS.,  NYP.,  Y.  92999 

Strong.  Strong's  Almanac  for  ...  1788:  [i4lines.]  By  Nehe- 
miah Strong,  Esq;  late  professor  of  mathematics  and  natural  phi- 
losophy in  Yale-College.  [4  lines  of  verse.]  New-Haven:  Pririted 
by  J.  Meigs.    [1787.]     l2mo,  pp.  (24).  Y.  93000 

Title  from  Evans. 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalender,  or  |  Almanack,  | 
For  ...  I  1789:  I  [12  lines.]  |  By  N.  Strong,  late  Professor  of 
Mathcma-  |  ticks,  and  Natural  Philosophy  in  Yale-College.  |  [8 
lines.]   I  Hartford:  \  Printed  by  Elisha  Babcock.  \   [1788.]     I2mo, 


STRONG  (nEHEMIAh).  i6i 

pp.  (24).  AAS.,  CHS.,  HEH.  +  Hartford:  \  Printed  By  Nathaniel 
Patten.]  [1788.]  i2mo,pp.  (24).  AAs.  -\-  Hartford:  Re-printed 
by  Nathaniel  Patten.    [1788.]    l2mo,  pp.  (24).  C,  CHS.,  Y.  93001 

Though  the  titles  of  the  first  two  of  the  above  issues  are  the  same  and  liave  the 
same  lining  off,  they  are  from  different  type. 
Title  of  the  Patten  reprint  from  Bates. 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalencler,  or  |  Almanack,  | 
For  ...  I  1789:  I  [12  lines.]  |  By  N.  Strong,  late  Professor  of 
Mathematicks,  |  and  Natural  Philosophy  in  Yale-College.  |  [8 
lines.]  I  Hartford:  |  Printed  by  Hudson  ^  Goodzvin.  \  [1788.] 
l2mo,  pp.  (24).  AAS.,  B.,  CHS.  +  Hartford:  Re-frinted  by  Hud- 
son &  Goodwin.    [1788.]    i2mo,  pp.  (24).  CHS.  93002 

This  almanac  is  from  a  different  setting  of  type  from  that  of  the  other  Hartford 
issues  for  this  year. 

Title  of  the  reprint  from  Bates,  who  states  that  it  is  identical  with  the  previous 
issue  by  Hudson  and  Goodwin,  except  for  the  change  of  the  one  word  in  the  imprint. 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalendar,  or  |  Almanack,  | 
For  ...  I  1790:  I  [12  lines.]  |  By  N.  Strong,  late  Profes-  |  sor  of 
Mathematicks,  and  Natural  Phylosophy  in  Yale-  |  College.  |  [4 
lines.]   I  Hartford:  \  Printed  by  EUsha  Babcock.  \  [1789.]     l2mo, 

pp.    (24).  AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  JCB.,  Y.  93OO3 

Strong.  An  |  Almanack  |  For  ...  |  1790:  |  [12  lines.]  |  By 
N.  Strons:,  late  Professor  of  Mathematicks,  I  and  Natural  Philos- 
ophy  in  Yale-College.  |  Hartford:  \  Printed  by  Hudson  and  Good- 
ivin.  I   [1789.]     i2mo,  pp.  (24).  aas.,  chas.  93004 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalender,  |  or  |  Almanack,  | 
For  ...  I  1791;  I  [12  lines.]  |  By  N.  Strong,  late  Pro-  |  fessor  of 
Mathematicks,  and  Natural  Phylosophy  |  in  Yale-College.  |  [4 
lines.]   I  Hartford:  \  Printed  by  EUsha  Babeock.  \   [1790.]     l2mo, 

pp.  (24).  AAS.,  CHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  93OO5 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalendar,  |  or  |  Almanack,  | 
For  ...  I  1 791.  1  [11  lines.]  |  By  N.  Strong,  late  Profes-  |  sor  of 
Mathematicks,  and  Natural  Phylosophy  in  Yale-  |  College.  |  [4 
lines.]  \Hartford:  \  Printed  for  Nathaniel  Patten.  |  [1790.]  l2mo, 
pp.  (24).  AAS.,  CHS.  93006 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalendar,  |  or  |  Almanack,  | 
For  ...  I  1792.  I  [10  lines.]  |  By  N.  Strong,  late  Profes-  |  sor  of 
Mathematicks,  and  Natural  Phylosophy  in  Yale  |  College.  |  [4 
lines.]  \Hartford:  \  Printed  for  Nathaniel  Patten.  \  [lyg  I.]    l2mo, 

pp.   (24).  AAS.,  B.,  C,  CHS.,  JCB.,  NYH.,  Y.  93OO7 


I  62  STRONG  (nEHEMIAh). 

Strong.  An  Astronomical  |  Diary,  Calendar,  |  or  |  Almanac,  ] 
for  ...  I  1792.  [11  lines.]  |  By  Nehemiah  Strong.  |  Litchfield: 
Printed  by  T.  Collier.  \  [1791.]     i2mo,  pp.  (24). 

CHS.,  NYP.  93008 

Strong.  An  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalendar,  or  Almanack,  for 
.  .  .  1792.  ...  By  Nehemiah  Strong.  Hartford:  Printed  for  Elisha 
Babcock.  [1791.]  i2mo,  pp.  (24).  CHS.  +  For  ...  1793.  ..  . 
[Same  imprint  and  collation.    1792.]  chs.  (impf.)  93009 

Titles  from  Evans. 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar,  |  or,  |  Almanack,  | 
For  ...  I  1793.  I  [10  lines.]  |  By  N.  Strong,  late  Profes-  |  sor  of 
Mathematicks,  and  Natural  Phylosophy  in  Yale-  |  College.  |  [8 
lines.]  \  Hartford:  \  Printed  for  Nathaniel  Patten.  \  [1792,]    l2mo, 

pp.  (24).  AAS.,  B.,  C,  CHS.,  H.,  Y.  93OIO 

Strong.  An  Astronomical  |  Diary,  Kalendar,  |  or  |  Almanack,  ] 
for  ...  I  1793.  I  [7  lines.]  |  By  Nehemiah  Strong,  Esq.  |  Late  Pro- 
fessor of  Mathematics  and  Na-  |  tural  Philosophy  in  Yale  College.  | 
Litchfield:  |  Printed  by  Collier  a?id  Buel.  |  [1792.]  l2mo,  pp. 
(24).  AAS.,  CHS.,  Y.  9301 1 

There  are  two  issues  at  aas.,  in  one  of  which  the  last  signature  is  marked  "D."  In 
the  other  there  is  no  signature  mark.  The  anecdotes  on  these  two  leaves  also  differ, 
though  the  tables  are  alike. 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar,  |  or  |  Almanack,  | 
For.  .  ,  I  1794: 1  [11  lines.]  |  By  Nehemiah  Strong,  |  Late  Professor 
of  Mathematicks,  and  Natural  Philoso-  |  phy  in  Yale  College.  |  [8 
lines.]   I  Hartford:  \  Printed  by  Elisha  Babcock.  \   [1793.]     l2mo, 

pp.  (24).  AAS.,  CHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  93012 

Strong.  An  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalendar,  or,  Almanack,  for 
.  .  .  1794.  .  .  .  Hartford:    Nathaniel  Patten.    [1793.]  93^13 

Title  from  Rates,  who  takes  it  from  an  advertisement  in  the  "American  Mercury" 
for  Nov.  4,  1793.  He  notes  that  this  and  any  subsequent  issues  published  by  Patten 
must  have  been  printed  for  him,  as  after  1792  he  appears  not  to  have  had  any 
printing  office  in  Hartford. 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar,  |  or,  |  Almanack,  | 
for  ...  I  1794.  I  [10  lines.]  |  By  N.  Strong,  late  Profes-  |  sor  of 
Mathematicks,  and  Natural  Phylosophy  in  |  Yale-College.  |  [8 
lines.]    I  Sfring field,  printed  by  Edward  Gray.  |    [1793.]     l2mo, 

pp.    (24).  AAS.,  C,  Y.  93014 

Contains  the  same  calculations  and  weather  predictions  as  the  Hartford  issue  for 
this  year. 


STRONG  (nEHEMIAh).  163 

Strong.  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalendar,  or  Almanack  for  .  .  . 
1 795.  By  Nehemiah  Strong.  Hartford:  Printed  by  Elisha  Babcock. 
[1794-]  93015 

Title  from  Trumbull,  no.  100,  and  Evans. 

Strong.  The  |  Connecticut,  Massachusetts,  New-York,  and  | 
Vermont  |  Almanack,  |  for  ...  |  17955  |  [13  lines.]  |  By  Nehe- 
miah Strong,  Esq.  |  Lkchfiddy  (^Connecticut)  |  Printed  by  Collier 
and  Buel.\  [ijg4..]    i2mo,  pp.  (24).  aas.,  CHS.,  hsp.  93016 

Improved  title  of  no.  15662,  vol.  4. 

Strong.^  Strong's  |  Almanack,  |  for  ...  |  1795.  |  [Woodcut 
illustration,  with  two  lines  of  the  title  running  vertically  on  the  left, 
and  one  on  the  right.]  |  Sf  ring  field,  Printed  by  Edward  Gray.  | 
[1794.]    i2mo,  pp.  (24).  AAS.  93017 

Bates  quotes  Elisha  Babcock,  the  printer  of  many  of  Strong's  almanacs,  as  decrying 
the  above  as  a  "Spurious  edition,"  in  the  "American  Mercury"  for  Oct.  26,  1795- 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar,  |  or  |  Almanack,  | 
For  ...  I  1796:  I  [10  lines.]  |  By  Nehemiah  Strong,  |  Late  Pro- 
fessor of  Mathematicks,  and  |  Natural  Philo-  |  sophy  of  Yale  Col- 
lege. I  [6  lines.]  I  Hartford:  |  Printed  by  Elisha  Babcock.  \  [  1795.] 

I2mo,  pp.   (24).  AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  HEH.,  NYP.,  Y.  93018 

Strong. f*  Strong's  |  Almanack,  |  for  .  .  .  |  1796:  |  [Woodcut 
illustration,  with  two  lines  of  the  title  running  vertically  on  the  left, 
and  one  on  the  right.]  |  Springfield,  Prifited  by  Edzvard  Gray.  \ 
[1795.]    i2mo,  pp.  (24).  AAS.  93019 

Babcock,  who  printed  the  preceding  Astronomical  Diary,  considered  the  above  a 
spurious  edition.  The  calculations  were  copied  from  Strong.  See  Bates  for  quotation 
from  the  "American  Mercury"  for  Oct.  26,  1795. 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar,  |  or  |  Almanack,  | 
For.  ..|  1797:!  [11  lines.]  |  By  Nehemiah  Strong,  |  Late  Professor 
of  Mathematicks,  and  Natural  Phi-  |  losophy  of  Yale  College.  |  [8 
lines.]  I  Hartford:  \  Printed  by  Elisha  Babcock.  \  [1796.]  l2mo, 
pp.  (24).  AAS.,  CHS.,  Y.  93020 

Strong.?  Strong's  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar,  |  or,  |  Al- 
manack, I  for  ...  I  ...  I  1797:  I  [12  lines.]  ]  West-Sf  ring  field:  \ 
Printed  by  Edward  Gray.  \   [1796.]   |   l2mo,  pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  C.  93021 
Bates  quotes  from  the  "Connecticut  Courant"  of  Jan.  2,  1797,  as  follows:  "Strong's 
genuine  Almanacks,  For  1797,  to  be  sold  by  Elisha  Babcock,  at  12s  per  Gross.  There 
is  none  of  Strong's  genuine  Almanacks  for  sale  but  those  printed  by  said  Babcock — 
Those  printed  by  Edward  Gray,  and  selling  by  Mr.  Patten  were  not  calculated  by 
Nehemiah  Strong,  Esq.  nor  by  any  other  person  by  the  name  of  Strong.  (So  says 
N.  Strong,  Esq.)" 


164  STRONG  (nEHEMIAh). 

Strong.  An  I  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar,  |  or  |  Almanack,  | 
For  ...  I  1798:  I  [8  lines.]  |  By  Nehemiah  Strong,  |  Late  Professor 
of  Mathematicks,  and  Natural  Phi-  |  losophy  of  Yale  College.  |  [6 
lines.]  I  Hartjord:  \  Printed  by  Elisha  Babcock.  |  [With  Privilege 
of  Cofy-Right.)  \  [ijgj.]    i2mo,  pp.  (24).     aas.,  CHS.,  y.  93022 

Strong.?  Strong's  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar  |  or,  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...  I  1798:  I  [19  lines.]  |  West-Sf  ring  field:  \  Printed 
by  Edward  Gray.  \  [1797.]  |  i2mo,  pp.  (24).   aas.,  c,  Y.  93023 

Strong.  An  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar,  |  or  |  Almanack,  ] 
For  ...  I  1799:  [10  lines.]  |  By  Nehemiah  Strong,  |  Late  Profes- 
sor of  Mathematicks,  and  Natural  Phi-  |  losophy  of  Yale  College.  | 
[8  lines.]  I  Hartjord:  \  Printed  by  Elisha  Babcock.  \  [1798.]  l2mo, 
pp.  (24).  AAS.,  CHS.,  Y.  93024 

Strong.  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar,  |  or  |  Almanack,  | 
For  ...  I  1800:  I  [  1 1  hnes.]  |  By  Nehemiah  Strong,  |  Late  Profes- 
sor of  Mathematicks,  and  Natural  Phi-  |  losophy  of  Yale  College.  | 
[9  lines.]  \  Hartjord:  \Printed  by  Elisha  Babcock.  |  [1799.]  i2mo, 
PP-  (3^)-  -^AS.,  B.,  CHS.,  NYP.  93025 

An  imperfect  copy  of  "An  Astronomical  Diary  ...  or  Almanac"  for  1801,  located 
at  Yale,  is  believed  by  Bates  to  be  by  Strong  and  to  have  been  printed  at  Hartford. 
No  copy  of  an  issue  for  1802  with  his  name  on  the  title  has  been  located.  An  issue 
of  "An  Astronomical  Diary  .  .  ."  by  Strong  was  printed  by  Elisha  Babcock  at  Hart- 
ford, for  the  year  1803,  aas.,  bm.,  nyp.,  y.;  also  one  for  1804,    chs. 

Babcock  in  the  advertisement  of  his  issue  of  "Sanford's  Astronomical  Diary"  for 
i8o5>  stated  that  Strong  had  declined  to  furnish  any  more  copies  and  had  recom- 
mended David  Sanford  in  his  place,  ^ee  quotation  from  the  "American  Mercury," 
for  Nov.  22,  1804,  Bates,  p.  78. 

However,   the  following  issues  by  Strong  were  printed  by  Babcock  at   Hartford: 

for  1806,  AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  M.,  NYP.;  for  I  807,  AAS.,  CHf.,  NYP.  j  and  for  1808,  AAS. 

An  issue  for  1809,  also  printed  by  Babcock,  at  Hartford,  was  "Mostly  calculated 
by  Nehemiah  Strong  .  .  .  And  the  remainder  finished  by  Elijah  MIddlebrook."    aas., 

CHS. 

For  issues  of  "An  Astronomical  Diary  .  .  ."  for  the  years  1806—1808,  with  Strong's 
name  on  the  title,  printed  by  Thomas  Green  and  Son  at  New  Haven,  see  the  final 
note  on  the  series  published  under  the  pseudonym  of  Hosea  Stafford. 

Strong.  The  |  Connecticut  |  Pocket  Almanac,  |  for  .  .  .  |  1800:  | 
[  10  lines.]  I  The  calculations  by  |  Nehcmi.ih  Strong,  |  late  Professor 
of  Mathematics  and  Natural  |  Philosophy  in  Yale  College.  |  Hart- 
jord: I  Printed  by  John  Babcock^  \  jar  E.  &'  J.  Babcock.  |  [  1799.] 
i8mi),  pp.  (2)55-47.  AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  CHS.,  -|-  Hartjord:  [Printed 
jor  I  Henry  Divicr,  |  ten  rods  north  oj  the  Coiirt-House.  |  [l799'] 
i2mo,  pp.  (2),5-47.  B.  93026 

Issues  with  this  title  were  printed  by  John  Babcock  for  E.  &  J.  Babcock  at  Hart- 
ford, for  the  year  iSoi,  aas.,  chs.,  y.  ;  and  for  1802,  aas.,  chs. 


STRONG  (nEHEMIAh).  165 

(2)   "Stafford"  almanacs. 
[Strong].  An  Astronomical  Ephemeris,  Kalenclar,  |  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  .  .  .  1776.  I   [20  lines.]    |  By  Hosea  Stafford,  Philo.   | 
[  7  lines.]  I  Nctv-Haven:  j  Printed  and  sold  by  Thomas  and  Samuel 
Grif^n.  I  [1775.]    l2mo,  pp.  (20).  aas.,  B.,  CHS.,  Y.  93027 

See  preliminary  note,  (2),  above. 

[Strong.]  An  Astronomical  Ephemeris,  Kalendar,  |  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...  1777.  I  [13  lines.]  |  By  Hosea  Stafford,  Philo.  | 
[6  lines.]  I  'New-Haven:  |  Printed  and  Sold  by  Thom-as  ^  Samuel 
Green.  \  [1776.]    l2mo,  pp.  (20)  +  aas.  93028 

[Strong]  .  Stafford's  |  Almanac,  |  For  .  .  .  |  1 778.  |  [  1 1  lines.]  | 
By  Hosea  Stafford.  |  [8  lines.]  |  New-Haven,  |  Printed  by  Thomas 
and  Samuel  Green.  |  [1777.]     l2mo,  pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  CHS.,  NYP.,  Y.  93029 

[Strong.]  Stafford's  Connecticut  |  Almanack,  |  For.  .  .  1779.  | 
[4  lines.]  I  By  Hosea  Stafford,  Philomathes.  |  New-Haven:  \  Printed 
and  sold  by  Thom-as  ^  Sam,uel  Green.  \  [1778.]  l2mo,  pp.  (20). 
AAS.,  CHS.,  WHS.,  Y.  -|-  Hartjord:  Printed  and  sold  by  \  B.  Webster y 
opfosite  the  Court  House.  \  [1  J  jS.]    l2mo,  pp.  (20).       B.  93030 

[Strong.]  Stafford's  |  Almanack,  |  For  ...  |  1780:  |  [ii 
lines.]  I  By  Hosea  Stafford,  Philom.  |  [5  lines.]  |  New-Haven:  \ 
Printed  and  Sold  by  Thomas  and  Samuel  Green.  |  [  1 7  79.]    1 2mo, 

pp.  (24).  AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  NYP.,  Y.  93O3I 

[Strong].  Stafford's  |  Almanack,  |  For  ...  |  1781:  |  [ii 
lines.]  I  By  Hosea  Stafford,  Philomathes.  |  [6  lines.]  \New-Haven: 
P  Anted  i^  sold  by  T.  ^  S.Green.  \  [1780.]    1 2  mo,  pp.  (20). 

AAS.,  B.,  CHS.  93032 

[Strong].  Stafford's  |  Almanac,  |  For  ...  |  1782,  |  [10 
lines.]  I  By  Hosea  Stafford,  Philomathes.  |  [6  lines.]  |  New- 
Haven:  \  Printed  and  sold  by  Thomas  ^  Samuel  Green.  \  [1781.]  | 

I2mo,  pp.    (24).  AAS.,  Y.  93033 

[Strong].  Stafford's  |  Almanack  |  For  ...I  1783;  |  [10 
lines.]  I  By  Hosea  Stafford,  Philo.  |  [8  lines.]  |  Nezv-Haven:  Printed 
^  sold  by  T.  ^  S.Green.  \  [1782.]    l2mo,  pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  NYP.  93034 

Nvp.  has  two  issues,  the  difference  being  only  in  pp.  [20]— [23].  The  text  on 
these  pages  is  rearranged,  so  that  the  same  articles  are  on  different  pages,  but  from 
the  same  type. 

In  issue  a,  p.  [20]  contains  as  the  first  item,  "Necessary  Hints  to  those  that  would 

VOL.  XXIV.  I  I 


l66  STRONG  (nEHEMIAh). 

be  Rich;"  p.  [21])  "Instances  of  the  Effects  of  sudden  Joy;"  p.  [22],  "Advice  from 
a  Clock;"  p.  [23],  "The  Old  and  New-Testament  dissected." 

In  issue  b,  p.  [20]  contains  as  the  first  item,  "The  Old  and  New  Testament  dis- 
sected;" p.  [21],  "Advice  from  a  Clock;"  p.  [22],  "Necessary  Hints  to  those  that 
would  be  Rich;"  p.  [23],  "Instances  of  the  Effects  of  sudden  Joy." 

P.  [24]  in  both  issues  contains  "A  Return  of  the  Number  of  Inhabitants  in  .  .  . 
Connecticut." 

[Strong].  Stafford's  |  Almanack,  |  For  ...  |  1784:  |  [11 
lines.]  I  By  Hosea  Stafford,  Philomathes.  |  [6  lines.]  ]  New- 
Haven:  I  Printed  and  Sold  by  T.  &  S.  Green.  \   [1783.]     1 2 mo, 

pp.    (24).  AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  NYP.,  Y.  93O35 

[Strong].  Stafford's  Almanac,  |  for  .  .  .  |  1785.  ]  [11  lines.]  | 
By  Hosea  Stafford,  Philom.  |  [8  lines.]  |  New-Haven:  \  Printed 
by  Thomas  and  Samuel  Green.  |  [1784.]     l2mo,  pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  CHS.,  HEH.,  NYP.  93O36 

[Strong].  Stafford's  Almanack,  |  For.  .  .  |  1786;  |  [10  lines.]  | 
By  Hosea  Stafford,  Philomathes.  |  [5  lines.]  |  New-Haven;  Printed 
and  sold  by  T.  &  S.  Green.  \  [1785.]    l2mo,  pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  CHS.,  Y.  93037 

[Strong].  Stafford's  |  Almanack,  |  For  ...|i787;|[io  lines.]  | 
By  Hosea  Stafford,  Philo.  |  [10  lines.]  |  New-Haven;  Printed  ^ 
sold  by  T.  ^  S.  Green.  \  [1786.]    i2mo,  pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  NYP.  93038 

[Strong].  An  |  Almanack,  |  For  .  .  .  |  1788:  ]  [10  lines.]  | 
By  Hosea  Stafford,  Philo.  |  [8  lines.]  |  New-Haven:  |  Printed  and 
Sold  by  Thomas  and  Samuel  Green.  \  [1787.]    l2mo,  pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  B.,  C,  NYP.,  Y.  93039 

[Strong].  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalendar,  |  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...  I  1789:  I  [10  lines.]  |  By  Hosea  Stafford,  Philo- 
mathes. I  [2  lines.]  I  New-Haven:  |  Printed  and  sold  by  T.  ^  S. 
Gree?i.  \  [ijSS.]    i2mo,  pp.  (24).         AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  NYP.  93040 

In  the  AAS.  copy  leaf  9,  C3,  is  headed:  "Variation  of  Sun  and  Clock."  Bates  notes 
that  he  has  seen  an  imperfect  copy  of  11  leaves  with  "last  three  leaves  (sheet  C) 
different;  leaf  9  beginning  'A  Letter  from  a  Girl  to  her  Sweetheart  in  the  Army.'  " 

[Strong].    An  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalander   |   or   |   Alma- 
nack I  for  I  ...  I  1 790.  1  [  1 1  lines.]  |  By  Hosea  Stafford.  |  [4  lines.] 
New-Haven;  |  Printed  and  Sold  by  \  Thomas  and  Samuel  Green. 

[1789.]      I2mo,  pp.   (24).  AAS.,  B.,  C,  CHS.,  NYP.,  Y.  93041 

[STRONG].Stafford's|  Almanack,  I  For  ...  I  I79i:|  [ii  lines.] 
The  Astronomical  Calculations  by  N.  Strong,  a.m.  |   [6  lines.] 


STRONG  (nEHEMIAh).  167 

New-Haven:  |  Printed  and  Sold  by  Thomas  ^  Samuel  Green.  | 

[1790.]     I2mO,  pp.  (24).  AAS.,  B.,C.,  H.,  Y.  93042 

[Strong].  Stafford's]  Almanack,  |  For.  .  .  |  1792.  |  [32  lines.]  | 
New-Haven:    Printed  by   T.   and  S.  Green.    \    [1791.]     1 2 mo, 

pp.   (24).  AAS.,  B.,  C,  CHS.,  NYP.,  Y.  93O43 

[Strong].  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalendar,  |  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...  I  1793:  I  [8  lines.]  |  By  H.  Stafford,  Philo  Math.  | 
[8  lines.]   I  New-Haven:  \  Printed  and  Sold  by  T.  ^  S.  Green.  | 

[1792.]      I2mO,  pp.   (24).  AAS.,  C,  NYP.,  Y.  93044 

[Strong].  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar,  |  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For.  ..  I  1794:  I  [10  lines.]  |  By  H.  Stafford,  Philo  Math.  | 
[12  lines.]  I  New-Haven:  |  Printed  and  Sold  by  T.  ^  S.  Green.  \ 

[1793.]     I2mo,  pp.   (24).  AAS.,  B.,  C,  CHS.,  M.,  Y.  93045 

[Strong].  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar,  |  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...  I  1795  ;  I  [  1 1  lines.]  |  By  H.  Stafford,  Philo  Math.  | 
[10  lines.]   I  New-Haven — Printed  ^  Sold  by  T.  &?  S.  Green.  \ 

[1794.]    I2mo,  pp.  (24).      AAS.,  B.,  C,  CHS.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYP.  93046 

[Strong].  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar,  |  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...  I  1796:  I  [10  lines.]  |  By  H.  Stafford,  Philo  Math.  | 
[7  lines.]    I  New-Haven:    Printed  and  sold  by  T.  &'  S.  Green.  \ 

[1795.]     I2m0,  pp.  (24).  AAS.,  B.,  C,  CHS.,  M.,  NYP.  93047 

[Strong].  Stafford's  Almanack,  |  for .  .  .  |  1797.  |  [21  lines.]  | 
Printed  and  sold  by  T.  &'  S.  Green,  New-Haven.  \  [  1 796.]    1 2mo, 

pp.   (24).  AAS.,  B.,  C,  CHS.,  H.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  93O48 

The  author  states  in  a  note  to  the  reader  that  this  is  the  22d  of  the  almanacs  he 
has  published  under  this  signature. 

[Strong].  Stafford's  I  Almanack,  |  for.  .  .  |  1798,  |  [26  lines.]  | 
New-Haven:  \  Printed  by  Thorruzs  and  Samuel  Green.  \   [i797-] 

I  2mo,  pp.   (  24  )  .  AAS.,  C,  M.,  NYP.,  Y.  93O49 

[Strong]  .  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar,  |  or  |  Almanack,  | 
For  ...  I  1799.  I  [l  I  lines.]  |  By  H.  Stafford.  |  [8  lines.]  |  New- 
HaveUj  frinted  &'  sold  by   T.   &  S.  Green.   \    [1798.]      l2mo, 

pp.   (24).  AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  NYP.  9305O 

[Strong]  .  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar,  |  or  |  Almanack,  | 
For  ...  I  1800.  I  [11  lines.]  |  By  H.  Stafford.  |  [5  lines.]  |  New- 


l68  STRONG  (nEHEMIAh). 

Haveriy  printed  &'  sold  by   T.  Green  iff  Son.   \    [1799.]     i2mo, 

pp.   (24).  AAS.,  B.,  CHS.,  NYP.  9305  I 

Strong's  series  of  almanacs  published  under  the  pseudonym  of  Stafford,  was  con- 
tinued with  this  title,  through  the  issue  for  1804,  printed  by  Thomas  Green  and  Son 
at  New  Haven.    Copies  are  located  as  follows:    for  1801,  aas.,  b.,  bm.,  chs.,  m.;  for 

1802,    AAS.,    B.,    BM.,    CHS.;     for    1803,    ^AS.,    B.,    M.,    NYP.,    Y.  j     for     I  804,    AAS.,    B.,    BM., 
CHS.,    NVI'. 

No  copy  has  been  located  of  an  issue  for  1805,  published  under  the  pseudonym  of 
Stafford,  but  Thomas  Green  and  Son  evidently  published  in  its  place  "An  Astronomi- 
cal Diary  .  .  ."  prepared  by  J.  Sanford. 

The  title  for  the  following  year  reads:  An  Astronomical  Diary,  Calendar,  or  Al- 
manack, for  .  .  .  1806  ...  By  Nehemiah  Strong,  Formerly  Professor  of  Mathematics 
and  Natural  Philosophy  in  Yale-College,  and  Author  of  the  Almanacks  which  have 
been  formerly  published  under  the  signature  of  Hosea  Stafford.  .  .  .  New-Haven: 
Printed  by  Thomas  Green  and  Son.    aas.,  b.,  bm.,  chs. 

The  series  ends  with  the  issues  both  bearing  Strong's  name,  located  as  follows: 
for  1807,  AAS.,  c,  CHS.,  Y.j  for  1808,  aas.,  chs.,  y. 

Almanacs  issued  under  the  name  of  Hosea  Stafford  at  New  Haven  and  Bridgeport, 
for  the  years  1818  and  1823,  respectively,  have  no  connection  with  Strong,  who  died 
in  1807. 

(3)     MIDDLESEX    ALMANACS. 

[Strong]  ?  The  Middlesex  |  Almanack,  |  or  |  Lady's  and 
Gentleman's  Diary,  |  For  ...  |  1787  ;  |  [  14  lines.]  |  Middletown:  \ 
Printed  and  sold  by  Woodward  ^  Green.  \  [1786.]  l2mo,  pp. 
(24).  AAS.,  NYP.  +  For  1788  [Same  imprint  and  collation. 
1787.]  NYP.  +  For  1789.  [Same  imprint  and  collation.  1788.] 
AAS.,  CHS.  +  For  1790.  Middleiovjn:  Printed  and  sold  by  Moses 
H.  Woodward.  [1789.]  +  For  1791.  [Same  imprint  and  col- 
lation. 1790.]  CHS.  +  For  1792.  [Same  imprint  and  collation. 
I  791.]  CHS.  +  For  1793.  [Same  imprint.]  +  For  1795.  [Same 
imprint.]  93052 

See  preliminary  note,  (3),  above. 

Information  as  to  the  issues  for  the  years  from  1789  to  1795  from  Bates. 

(4)    "bICKERSTAFF"    ALMANACS. 

[Strong].  Bickerstaff's  |  New-England  |  Almanack,  |  For .  .  .  ] 
1785.  I  [27  lines.]  I  Hartfo[r]d:  \  Printed  and  Sold  by  Nath. 
Patten.  \  [1784.]    1 2 mo,  pp.  (24).  aas.,  chs.,  nyp.  93053 

See  preliminary  note,  (4),  above,  for  Strong's  connection  with  this  series,  which  is 
not  to  be  confused  with  another  published  under  the  pseudonym  of  Isaac  RickcrstalT, 
and  which  is  generally  credited  to  Benjamin  West.  Issues  of  the  latter  were  also  re- 
printed in  Hartford  for  the  years  1782,  1783,  and  1785,  but  were  chiefly  published  in 
Norwich,  I^rovidence,  Boston,  and  elsewhere. 

[Strong].  An  |  Almanack,  |  For  ....  |  1786:  |  [15  lines.]  | 
By  Isaac  Bickerstaff.  |  [7  lines.]  |  Hartford:  \  Printed  by  Nathan- 
iel Patten  \  At  his  Printing  Office.  \  [  1785.]     l2mo,  pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  chs.  93054 


STRONG  (nEHEMIAh).  169 

[Strong].  An  |  Almanack,  |  For  .  .  .  |  1787.  |  [14  lines.]  | 
By  Isaac  Bickerstaff.  |  [6  lines.]  |  Hartford:  |  Printed  by  Nathan- 
iel Patten,  I  At  his  Printing  Ojfice.  \  [1786.]     l2mo,  pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  CHS.  93055 

Woodcut  illustration  and  briefer  title  on  first  leaf,  followed  by  title  page. 

Bates  notes  that  the  tables  are  a  reprint  from  Strong's  Astronomical  Diary  for 
1787,  printed  by  Elisha  Babcock.  He  also  suggests  that  Evans  no.  20133  is  taken 
from  an  advertisement  of  the  above  and  is  a  duplication  of  his  20132. 

[Strong].  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalender,  |  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...  I  1788.  I  [10  lines.]  |  By  Isaac  Bickerstaff,  Esq.  | 
[6  lines.]  I  Hartjord:  \  Printed  By  Hudson  and  Goodwin.  |  [  1 787.] 
i2mo,  pp.  (24).  AAS.,  CHS.  93056 

Contains  a  reprint  of  Strong's  tables  taken  from  his  Astronomical  Diary  for  the 
same  year  with  his  name  on  the  title  page. 

[Strong].  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalender,  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...|i789:|[i2  lines.]  |  By  Isaac  Bickerstaff,  Esq.  | 
[8  lines.]  I  Hartjord:  \  Printed  By  Nathaniel  Patten.  \  [1788.] 
i2mo,pp.  (24).  AAS.,  c.  93057 

[Strong].  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalendar,  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...  I  1790:!  [12  lines.]  |  By  Isaac  Bickerstaff,  Esq.  | 
Hartjord:  \Printed  By  Nathaniel  Patten.  \  [1789.]  l2mo,  pp. 
(24).  AAS.,  NYH.  93058 

[Strong].  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalendar,  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...  I  1790:  I  [12  lines.]  |  By  Isaac  Bickerstaff,  Esq.  | 
Hartjord:  \  Printed  By  Elisha  Babcock.  \  [1789.]    i2mo,pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  CHS.  93059 

[Strong].  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalendar,  |  or  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...  I  1 79 1.  I  [11  lines.]  |  By  Isaac  Bickerstaff,  Esq.  | 
[4  lines.]  I  Hartjord:  \  Printed  By  Nathaniel  Patten.  \  [1790]. 
i2mo,  pp.  (24).  AAS.,  CHS.  93060 

[Strong].  An  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalendar,  or  Almanack, 
for  1792.  By  Isaac  Bickerstaff.  Hartjord:  Nathaniel  Patten. 
[1791.]  93061 

Title  from  Trumbull. 

[Strong].  An  |  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalendar,  |  or,  |  Alma- 
nack, I  For  ...  1  1793.  I  [10  lines.]  |  By  Isaac  Bickerstaff,  Esq.  | 
[4  lines.]    I  Hartjord:  \  Printed  jor  Nathaniel  Patten.  \   [1792.] 

I2mo,  pp.    (24).  AAS.,  CHS.  93062 


lyo  STRONG  (nehemiah). 

[Strong].  An  Astronomical  Diary,  Kalendar,  or,  Almanack, 
for  1794.  By  Isaac  BickerstaflF.  Hartford:  Nathaniel  Patten. 
[1793-]  93063 

"Advertised  in  the  American  Mercury  of  Nov.  4,  1793,  as  'Just  published  By 
Nathaniel  Patten.'  This  and  any  subsequent  issues  published  by  Patten  must  have 
been  printed  for  him,  as  after  1792  he  appears  not  to  have  had  a  printing  office  in 
Hartford."    Information  from  Bates,  p.  62. 

[Strong].  An  |  Astronomical  Diary:  |  or  |  Almanack,  ]  For 
•••I  ^795-  I  [20  lines.]  |  By  Isaac  Bickerstaff.  |  [6  lines.]  | 
Hartford:  \  Printed  by  EltshaBabcock.  \  [1794.]    l2mo,  pp.  (24). 

AAS.,  CHS.,  UTS.  93064 

Trumbull  lists  an  issue  for  this  year  published  by  Patten,  but  Bates,  p.  63,  doubts 
that  there  was  such  an  issue. 

[Strong].    An  Astronomical  Diary:   or  Almanack,  for  1796. 
By    Isaac    Bickerstaff.     Hartford:     Nathaniel   Patten.     [1795.] 
+  For  1797.    [Same  imprint.    1796.]  93065 

Advertised  in  the  American  Mercury  of  Nov.  i6,  1795,  and  Nov.  14,  1796,  re- 
spectively. Information  from  Bates,  pp.  65—66.  See  note  on  Bickerstaff's  almanac 
for  1794,  above. 

Bates  suggests  that  various  sheet  almanacs  published  at  Hartford  and  New  Haven 
for  a  number  of  the  years  between  1787  and  1808,  and  known  only  by  newspaper 
advertisements,  were  probably  prepared  by  Strong. 

Strong.  Astronomy  Improved:  |  or,  |  A  new  Theory  j  Of  the 
harmonious  Regularity  observable  |  in  the  |  Mechanism  or  Move- 
ments I  of  the  I  Planetary  System.  |  In  three  Lectures,  |  Read  in 
the  Chapel  of  Yale-College,  in  New-Haven.  |  Begun  February  17, 
1 78 1.  I  Exhibiting  |  a  New  and  Accurate  Method,  |  For  investi- 
gating the  Velocities,  Distances  and  Periods  |  of  the  Planets;  founded 
on  the  Nature  of  Gravitation,  |  and  Mathematical  Relations  and  De- 
pendencies between  their  |  Distances,  Velocities  and  Periods:  As  also 
for  finding  the  |  Quantities  of  Matter  in  the  Primary  Planets;  |  and 
the  Figure  of  the  Moon's  Orbit  in  open  Space.  |  By  Nehemiah 
Strong,  M.A.  I  Professor  of  Mathematics  and  Natural  Philosophy 
in  that  College.  |  Published  for  the  Use,  and  at  the  Desire  of  the 
Students.  |  •  .  .  |  New-Haven:  Printed  by  Thomas  ^s?  Samuel  Green. 
1784.  I  l2mo,  pp.  51,  (i),  corrigenda  (  I  ).  2  folded  plates.  C.  + 
[Another  issue  without  the  "corrigenda."]    i2mo,  pp.  52.   2  folded 

plates.    AAS.,  NYH.,  NYP.  93066 

The  "corrigenda"  is  printed  on  bluish  paper. 

Copies  of  either  the  first  or  second  issue  are  located  at  ba.,  h.,  JCB.,  m.,  y. 

Strong's  "Address  to  the  Association  of  the  Southern  Part  of  Litchfield  County" 
forms  pp.   18-32  of  Stanley  Griswold's  "Statement,"  Hartford,  1798.    cu.,  m.,  y. 

Strong  (Paschal  N[ei]son]  ).  The  Pestilence,  a  Punishment  for 
Public  Sins.    A  Sermon,  preached  in  the  Middle  Dutch  Church, 


STRONG  (sIMEOn).  lyi 

Nov.  17,  1822,  after  the  Cessation  of  the  Yellow  Fever,  which 
prevailed  in  New-York  in  1822.  By  Paschal  N.  Strong,  a.m.  One 
of  the  Collegiate  Ministers  of  the  Reformed  Dutch  Church  in  New- 
York.  .  .  .  New-York:  Published  by  H.  Sage,  20 8  Broadway.  1822. 

8vo,  pp.  26.  AAS.,  AML.,  B.,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  WHS.  93067 

Pp.  6  and  7  misnumbered  4  and  5. 

Also:  Catalogue  of  the  Library  of  the  late  Rev.  Paschal  N.  Strong,  to  be  sold  at 
public  auction  on  the  9th  and  loth  of  May  ensuing,  at  Broadway,  New-York,  by 
John  T.  Boyd  &  Co.  New-York:  Printed  by  J.  Seymour,  John-Street.    1826.    izmo, 

pp.    24.     GTS. 

[Strong  (Simeon)].  A  Paraphrase  on  Eight  Chapters  of  the 
Prophet  Isaiah.  See  no.  58547,  vol.  14.  aas.,  JCB.,  nyp.,  y. 

For  an  attribution,  see  Dexter's  Yale  Graduates,  vol.  2,  p.  438. 

Judge  Strong  also  published  other  paraphrases  on  parts  of  Isaiah,  including  A 
Paraphrase,  on  Four  Chapters,  Northampton,  1802,  aas.,  not  mentioned  by  Dexter. 

Strong  (Solomon).  A  Charge,  delivered  to  the  Grand  Jury  of 
the  County  of  Worcester,  at  the  March  Term  of  the  C.  C.  Pleas, 
1832.  By  Hon.  Solomon  Strong,  Associate  Justice  of  the  Court. 
Published  at  the  Request  of  the  Bar.    Worcester:   Printed  by  S.  H. 

Colton  <y  Co.     1832.    8vo,  pp.   12.       AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  H.,  NYP.  93068 

Strong.  Judge  Strong's  Charge  to  the  Grand  Jury,  Middlesex, 
March,   1835.    Boston:     Wm.  H.  Homer ,  Printer.     1 835.    8vo, 

pp.    14.  AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  H.  93069 

Strong  (S[tephen]  ).  Speech  of  Hon.  S.  Strong,  of  New  York, 
on  the  Tariff.  Delivered  in  the  House  of  Representatives,  Monday, 
June  29,  1846.  Washington:  Printed  at  the  Office  of  Blair  and 
Rives.    1846.    8vo,  pp7.  Y.  93070 

Title  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt. 

Strong.  Speech  of  Mr.  Strong  ...  on  the  amendment  to  the 
Three  Million  Bill,  familiarly  known  as  the  Wilmot  Proviso.  De- 
livered in  the  House  of  Representatives,  February  8,  1847.    ^^^h- 

ington:   Printed  by  Ritchie  ^  Heiss.    1847.    8vo,  pp.  16. 

C,  NYH.,  UTEX.,  WHS.  9307  I 

Strong  (T.  W.).  <S<7(?  Strong  (T[homas]  W.). 

Strong  ( [Theron  Rudd]  ) .  Speech  of  Mr.  Strong  of  New  York, 
on  the  Independent  Treasury  Bill.  In  the  House  of  Representatives, 
June  8th,  1840  —  In  Committee  of  the  Whole  on  the  state  of  the 
Union,  on  the  Independent  Treasury  bill.  [Washington.  1840.] 
8vo,  pp.  7.  c,  cu.  93072 

Caption  title. 


IJ2  STRONG  (tHOMAS    M.). 

Strong  (Thomas  M [orris]).  The  History  of  the  Town  of 
Flatbush,  in  Kings  County,  Long-Island,  by  Thomas  M.  Strong, 
D.D.,  pastor  of  the  Reformed  Dutch  Church,  of  Flatbush.  .  .  .  New- 
York:  Thomas  R.  Mercein,  Jr.,  Printer y  2 40  Pearl  street y  cor. 
Burling-sltf.  1842.  i2mo,  pp.  178,  postscript,  (i).  Frontispiece 
folded  map  and  5  plates,  aas.,  b.,  bm.,  c,  cu.,  heh.,  hsp.,  minnhs., 

NYH.,  nyp.,  whs.,  y.  93073 

According  to  the  preface,  the  work  "was  prepared  as  a  part  of  a  course  of  Lectures 
by  the  Flatbush  Literary  Association,"  during  the  winter  of  1 84.1— 2. 

Reprinted,  with  two  additional  plates  and  an  index,  pp.  1 8 1— 1 88,  with  the  title 
page  bearing  the  same  date,  1842.  c,  m.,  nyp.  There  is  nothing  in  the  book  itself 
stating  that  it  is  a  reprint.  An  advertising  leaflet  laid  in  the  nyp.  copy  reads:  "Al- 
most as  it  appeared  sixty-six  years  ago.  Strong's  'History  of  Flatbush'  has  been  pub- 
lished ...  by  Frederick  Loeser  &  Company,"  dry  goods  merchants  of  Brooklyn,  so 
the  reprint  was  evidently  issued  in  1908.  In  ms.  on  the  front  fly  leaf  of  the  nyp. 
copy:  "This  reprint  presented  to  New  York  Public  Library  by  the  publisher — Henry 
B.  Davenport  Flatbush,  N.  Y.    Nov.  7,  191 1." 

Strong.  Index  to  the  Printed  Minutes  of  the  General  Synod  of 
the  Reformed  Dutch  Church,  in  North  America,  from  June  1794, 
to  June  1826,  inclusive.  Prepared  by  the  Rev,  Thomas  M.  Strong, 
stated  clerk.  .  .  .  New  York:  Printed  for  the  General  Synod.  1 83  I . 
8vo,  pp.  115,  postscript  (i).  UTS.  93074 

Strong  (T[homas]  W.).  Strong's  Side  Splitting  Comic  Alma- 
nac. 1854.  New  York.  T.  W.  Strong y  Publisher  and  Printer yC)% 
Nassau  Street.    [1853.]    ^^Oj  PP- 3^?  (4)-  BA.  93075 

The  woodcut  illustrations  which  give  the  interest  to  this  almanac  are  largely  by 
Hoppin.    Others  are  signed:    "P  L  H,"  and  "J  McL." 

Copies  have  also  been  located  of  "Strong's  American  Almanac"  for  1847,  aas., 
Strong's  "New  York  Comic  Almanac"  for  1847,  b.,  "Strong's  Comic  Almanac"  for 
1856,  AAS.,  and  the  same  for  1857,  b.  The  comic  almanac  for  1850  located  by  Wall 
at  AAS.,  on  close  examination  proves  to  be  that  for  1856,  the  figure  "6"  being  almost 
indistinguishable  from  "O." 

[Strong  (Titus)].  Candid  Examination  of  The  Episcopal 
Church,  in  Two  Letters  to  a  Friend.  Greenfieldy  {Mass.)  Printed 
by  Denio  and  Phelps.    18 18.     l2mo,  pp.  23.    AAS.,  BA.,  nyp.,  Y. 

+  Nortvalk:   Printed  by  Nichols  ^  Price.    1819.    I2mo,  pp.  24. 

AAS.,  B.,   nyp.  93076 
Both  letters  are  signed  "S."  Attributed  to  Strong  in  Sprague's  Annals,  vol.  5,  1859, 

P-  577- 

Later  editions:  Nczvhuryport,  1820,  aas.,  ba.,  h.  ;  second  edition,  Newburyport, 
1820,  H.;  Lexington,  1 82 1,  whs.;  Philadelphia,  1826,  aas.;  Richmond,  1826,  nvp.; 
Boston,  1827,  AAS.,  ba.,  nyp.;  Boston,  1828,  aas.,  gts.,  y.  ;  Philadelphia,  1828, 
GTS.}  Boston,  1848,  AAS.,  H.;  New  York  [n.  d.],  nyp.,  uts. 

See  also.  Reply,  below. 

[Strong].  The  Deerfield  Captive  [Rev.  John  Williams],  an 
Indian  story;  being  a  narrative  of  facts,  for  the  instruction  of  the 


STRONG  (tITUs).  I  73 

young.  A.  Phelps,  Greenfield,  Mass.  1832.  Sq.  i8mo,  pp.  68, 
including  frontispiece,  aas.,  nyp.  +  Third  Edition.  [Same  im- 
print and  collation.]  1837.  NYH.,  NYP.  +  Fourth  Edition.  [Same 
imprint  and  collation,]  1842.  newberry.  +  Written  by  Rev. 
Titus  Strong,  d.d.  //.  Phelfs;  Greenfield,  Mass.  1834.  Third 
Edition,  Refrinted  by  F.  G.  Tilton  &*  Co.,  Greenfield,  Mass. 
1884.  Sq.  i8mo,  pp.  63.  Frontispiece.  B.,  H.,  nyp.  93077 

The  NYP.  copy  of  the  1832  edition  lacks  the  frontispiece  and  pp.  31—34.  Sprague, 
vol.  5,  p.  557,  lists  a  doubtful  1831  edition. 

Strong,  The  Good  Man,  A  Sermon  preached  in  the  Church 
of  the  Advent,  Boston,  on  the  Sunday  after  the  decease  of  its  rector, 
the  Reverend  William  Croswell,  d,d,  November  1 6,  185  I.  By  Rev- 
erend T.  Strong,  .  .  .  Boston:  Charles  Sumfson.  106,  Washing" 
ton  Street.  1852.  [Verso  of  title:]  Boston:  William  C ha dwick. 
Printer,  18,  Exchange  Street.    8vo,  pp.  20, 

B,,  BA,,  GTS,,  H,  93078 

Strong.  The  Lord  our  Helper.  A  Sermon,  preached  in  St. 
James'  Church,  Greenfield,  on  Sunday,  November  29,  1846,  it 
being  the  last  day  of  the  attendance  of  the  parish  in  that  church,  for 
divine  service.  By  Rev.  Titus  Strong,  d.d,,  Rector.  .  .  .  Greenfield: 
Charles  A.  Mirick^s  Steam  Press.    1 848.    8vo,  pp.  24. 

GTS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS,  93079 

Contains  notes  on  the  history  of  the  parish. 

At  foot  of  cover  title:  IS"  The  Committee  of  Publication  have  determined  to  ap- 
propriate the  money  accruing  from  the  sale  of  this  Sermon  to  the  purchase  of  an 
Organ  for  St.  James'  Church. 

[Strong].  A  Reply  to  the  "Strictures"  of  Ebenezer  Newcomb, 
on  a  pamphlet  entitled  Candid  Examination  of  the  Episcopal  Church, 
Greenfield,  Mass.  —  Printed  and  Sold  by  Denio  ^  Phelps.  1 8  19, 
l2mo,  pp,  24,  HEH.  93080 

The  text  shows  that  it  was  written  by  the  author  of  A  Candid  Examination.  Infor- 
mation supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters. 

Strong.  A  Sermon  preached  in  St.  Paul's  Church,  Boston,  be- 
for  the  Massachusetts  Episcopal  Missionary  Society  at  their  An- 
nual Meeting,  June  15,  1825.  By  Rev.  T.  Strong  .  .  .  Together 
with  the  Third  Annual  Report  of  the  Directors,  read  to  the  Society 
in  Christ  Church  the  same  Evening.  The  Treasurer's  Report  and 
List  of  Officers  and  of  Auxiliary  Societies.  Boston,  Press  of  the  North 
American  Review.  I.  R.  Butts,  Printer.    1825,   8  vo,  pp,  3 5 ,  (  I  ) , 

AAS,,  BA,,  BM,,  H,,  M,,  WHS.  93081 
On  the  printed  back  cover  are  "Hints  relative  to  Auxiliary  Societies." 


174  STRONG  (tITUs). 

Strong.  The  Tears  of  Columbia:  a  Poem,  to  the  memory  of 
American  Heroes  and  Statesmen.  To  which  are  added  Miscella- 
neous Odes,  &c.   By  T.  Strong.  .  .  .  Dcdham:  Printed  by  H.  Mann 

l8l2.    8vo,  pp.  32.  AAS.,  B.,  BU.,  H.,  HEH.,  NYH.  93082 

Strong  ([William]).  Speech  of  Mr.  Strong,  of  Pennsylvania, 
on  the  Mexican  War.  Delivered  in  the  House  of  Representatives, 
March  4,  1848.    Washington:  Printed  by  John  T.  Towers.    1 848. 

8vo,  pp.  16.  C,  H.,  MINNHS.j  Y.  93083 

Strong.  Speech  of  Mr,  Strong  ...  on  the  Naval  Appropriation 
Bill.  Delivered  in  the  House  of  Representatives,  January  30.  1849. 
[Washington.    1849.]    8vo,  pp.  8.  M.  93084 

Caption  title. 

Strong.  Speech  of  Mr.  Strong  ...  on  the  New  Hampshire  con- 
tested election.  Delivered  in  the  House  of  Representatives,  Jan.  7, 
185 1.  [Colophon:]  Printed  at  the  Globe  Office,  Washington. 
[185 1.]    8vo,  pp.  8.  c,  WHS.,  Y.  93085 

Title  supplied  by  Annie  A.  Nunns. 

"An  Eulogium  on  the  Life  and  Character  of  Horace  Binney,"  Philadelphia,  1876, 
was  delivered  by  Justice  Strong  at  the  joint  request  of  the  Bar  of  Philadelphia,  the 
Law  Association  of  that  city,  and  the  American  Philosophical  Society. 

Strong  (William  L.).  The  Death  of  Good  Men.  A  Sermon 
delivered  February  23,  1 829,  at  the  funeral  of  the  Rev.  Moses 
Warren,  Pastor  of  the  Congregational  Church  in  South  Wilbraham. 
By  William  L.  Strong,  A.M.  Pastor  of  the  Church  in  Somers.  .  .  . 
Springfield:  A .  G.  Tannatt,  Printer.    1829.    8vo,  pp.  22. 

BM.,  GTS.,  NYH.  93086 

Dcxter's  Yale  Graduates,  vol.  5,  pp.  542—544,  gives  the  author's  middle  name  as 
"Lightbourn,"  but  it  is  "Lighthouse"  in  Dwight's  "History  of  the  Descendants  of 
Elder  John  Strong,"  vol.  2,  1871,  pp.  1042  and  1047. 

Strong.  The  Israelite  indeed.  A  Sermon  delivered  at  Somers, 
January  12,  1 819,  at  the  funeral  of  Deacon  Joseph  Sexton;  who 
died  Lord's  Day,  January  10,  18 19,  aged  ninety-four.  By  William 
L.  Strong  ..  .   Hartford:    G.  Goodwin  &' Sons — Printers.    1 819. 

8vo,  pp.  23.  AAS.,  NYH.,  UTS.,  Y.  93087 

S  trong.  a  Sermon,  delivered  at  Ellington,  at  the  interment  of 
Mrs.  Lydia  Ellsworth,  (relict  of  the  late  Deacon  Gurdon  Ells- 
worth,) who  died  May  i8th,  1806.  In  the  62d  year  of  her  age. 
By  William  L.  Strong  .  .  .  Hartford:  Printed  by  Hudson  and 
Goodwin.    1806.    8vo,  pp.  19.  B.,  UTS.,  Y.  93088 


STRONG  (w.  L.).  175 

Strong.  A  Sermon,  delivered  Lord's  Day,  January  6,  1828, 
soon  after  the  one  hundredth  anniversary  of  the  organization  of 
the  church  in  Somers.  With  a  sketch  of  some  leading  events  in  the 
history  of  the  church  and  congregation.  By  William  L  Strong  .  .  . 
Hartjord:  Printed  by  Peter  B.  Gleason  ^  Co.    1828.    8vo,  pp.  24. 

B.,  C,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.  93089 

Cover  title:   Mr.  Strong's  Century  Sermon. 

Strong.  A  Sermon,  preached  July  5,  1829,  the  Sabbath  after 
the  author's  dismission.  By  William  L.  Strong  .  .  .  Hartjord: 
Printed  by  Peter  B.  Gleason  &"  Co.    1829.    8vo,  pp.  15. 

BM.,  HEH.,  UTS.  93O9O 

The  Strong  Fast:  or  Hypocrisy  in  the  Suds.  A  Hymn  for  the 
Occasion,  t^^ Printed  by  Nathaniel  C overly y  Jun.  Corner  Theatre 
Alley.    [Boston.    i8i2.]    Folio  broadside.  B.,  M.  93091 

Satirical  verses  attacking  Governor  Caleb  Strong  and  his  fast  day  proclamation  of 
1 81 2.    He  is  charged  with  advocating  submission  to  outrages  of  the  British. 

Strong's  Almanack.  -S^'^  Strong  (Nehemiah). 

Strong's  Side  Splitting  Comic  Almanac.  See  Strong  (T.  W.). 

Strother  (D[avid]  H[unter]).  Illustrated  Life  of  General 
Winfield  Scott.  See  no.  78409,  vol.  19.   hsp.,  minnhs, 

[Strother]  .  Virginia  Illustrated :  containing  a  Visit  to  the  Vir- 
ginian Canaan,  and  the  Adventures  of  Porte  Crayon  and  his  Cou- 
sins.   Illustrated  from  Drawings  by  Porte  Crayon.    New   York:    ]\^m^ 
Harper   £s?   Brothers,  Publishers,  Pearl  Street,  Franklin  Square.   ^  -.      i  ^^ 
1857.    8^°'  PP-   (4)'  vii-300,  including  illustrations  in  the  text.  '  '  / 

AAS.,  B.,  C,  H.,  HSP.,  minnhs.,  NYP.,  PEAB.,  UTEX.,  VA. STATE  LIB.,  )fP ^    ^,  Q 

Y.  93092  / 

"A  Visit  to  the  Virginian  Canaan"  was  originally  issued  with  the  same  illustra- 
tions in  "Harper's  New  Monthly  Magazine,"  vol.  8,  1854,  pp.  18—36,  and  the  "Ad- 
ventures of  Porte  Crayon  and  his  Cousins,"  with  the  exception  of  chapter  15,  pp. 
277-291,  in  the  same  periodical,  vol.  10,  1855,  pp.  1-25,  289—310;  vol.  11,  1855, 
pp.  289—311;  vol.  12,  1856,  pp.  158—178;   and  vol.  13,  1856,  pp.  303—323. 

Republished,  New  York,  1 871.    b.,  minnhs.,  whs. 

Also:  The  Capital  of  West  Virginia  and  the  Great  Kanawha  Valley,  Charleston, 
1872,  c,  MINNHS. — Historical  Address  .  .  .  July  4,  1876,  Washington,  1876,  ba.,  c, 

NYP. 

Strother  illustrated  Pendleton  Kennedy's  anonymous  "Blackwater  Chronicle," 
1853,  our  no.  37405,  vol.  9,  incorrectly  attributed  to  the  author's  brother,  John 
Pendleton  Kennedy.  See  H.  T.  Tuckerman's  "Life  of  John  Pendleton  Kennedy," 
1871,  pp.  26  and  421. 

Strother  (J.  R.).  The  Political  Issues  of  the  Day,  by  J.  R. 
Strother,  Esq.  Vicksburg  [Afw5.]  :  Printed  at  the  Whig  Book  and 
Job  Office.    1859.   8vo,  pp.  16.  C.  93093 


1 76  STROTHER. 

Strother  (John).  A  Treatise  on  the  Distillation  of  ardent 
spirits  from  materials  of  the  growth  of  the  United  States.  By  John 
Strother.   Richmond?    1 796.  93^94 

Title  from  Evans. 

Strother  (J[ohn]  Hunt).  The  Golden  Calf;  or,  The  Al- 
mighty Dollar.  A  Satire,  by  J.  Hunt  Strother.  .  .  .  New-York: 
Printed  by  Geo.  E.  Leeje,  225  Fulton-Street.    1 854.    l2mo,  pp.  32. 

B.,  BM.,  BU.,  C,  NYH.,  Y.  93095 

Stroud  (George  M[cDowell]  ).  Ein  Abriss  der  Gesetze  be- 
treffend  die  Sklaverei  in  verschiedenen  Staaten  der  Vereinigten 
Staaten  von  Amerika;  von  George  M.  Stroud.  2.  bedeutend  verm, 
und  abgeanderte  Ausg.   Philadelphia.    1856.    l2mo,  pp.  116. 

A  translation  of  a  Sketch  of  the  Laws  relating  to  Slavery,  below.  C.  93^9^ 

Stroud.  A  Sketch  of  the  Laws  relating  to  Slavery  in  the  several 
States  of  the  United  States  of  America.  By  George  M.  Stroud. 
Philadelphia:  Published  by  Kimber  and  Sharpless,  No.  93  Market 
Street.    I.  As hmead,  Printer.    1827.    8vo,  pp.  180.    aas.,  b.,  bm., 

C,    CU.,    DERENNE,    GTS.,    H.,    HSP.,    M.,    NYH.,    NYP.,    P.,    PEAB., 

UTEX.,  WHS.,  WLC,  Y.  +  Second  Edition,  with  some  alterations 
and  considerable  additions.  .  .  .  Philadelphia:  Henry  Longstreth, 
347  Market  St.  1856.  [Verso  of  title:]  Stereotyped  by  L. 
Johnson  and  Co.  Philadelphia.  Printed  by  Henry  B  Ashmead, 
George  St  above  Eleventh.    l2mo,  pp.  300. 

B.,  H.(lAw),  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  WHS.  93097 
An  appendix  "Of  the  Laws  of  the  United  States  relating  to  Slavery"  forms  pp. 
155—170  of  the  first  edition. 

Stroud.  A  Sketch  of  the  Laws  relating  to  Slavery  in  the  several 

States  of  the  United  States  of  America.  With  some  alterations  and 

)it-f  considerable  additions.   By  George  M.  Stroud.  Philadelphia.    1856. 

i~r^a  ■■■  i2mo,  pp.  xii,   125.    M.,  de  renne.    +   [Same  imprint,  date  and 

l^-^       collation.]    [On  front  cover:]    Second  Edition. 

AAS.,  BA.,  C,  H.,  M.,  NYP.,  P.,  UP.  93O98 

Contains  extracts  from  the  title  entered  above,  as  noted  on  the  back  cover,  which 
states  that  the  complete  work  is  published  by  Henry  Longstreth. 

One  of  the  nyi".  copies  of  the  second  edition  has  a  cover  title  dated  1858. 

Copies  of  either  the  first  or  second  of  the  1856  abridged  editions  are  located  at 
UTS.  and  Y. 

For  a  German  translation,  sec  Abriss,  above. 

[Stroud].  Southern  Slavery  and  the  Christian  Religion.  Com- 
munication from  Judge  Stroud.  [Colophon:]  May  be  had  at  No. 
106  North  Tenth  Street.    [Philadelphia.    1863.]    l2mo,  pp.  4. 

C,  HSP.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.  93O99 


STROUD.  177 

Caption  title.  The  letter  from  Stroud  to  the  editor  of  the  North  American  and  U.  S. 
Gazette,  which  appears  on  pp.  1—2,  was  also  issued  as  an  8vo  broadside,  bm.,  c,  hsp., 
NYH.,  NYP.  This  broadside  issue  is  listed  as  no.  44  in  "List  of  pamphlets  distributed 
by  the  Board  of  Publication  of  the  Union  League  of  Philadelphia,"  which  gives  King 
and  Baird  as  the  publisher,  and  September,  1863,  as  the  date  of  publication. 

Copies  of  either  the  pamphlet  or  the  broadside  are  located  at  h.,  minnhs.,  up.,  and 

WHS. 

This  title  is  included  because  of  a  cross  reference  from  title,  though  of  a  later  period 
than  that  now  covered  by  this  Dictionary.  Other  later  works  by  the  author  are  not 
included. 

Stroud  (John  H.).  A  Dissertation  against  Persecution.  By 
John  H.  Stroud.  Philadelphia:  Wni.  Colherty  frinter,  55  South 
Fourth  Street.    1855.    8vo,  pp.  39.  whs.  93100 

Title  supplied  by  Annie  A.  Nunns. 

Strozzi  (Alberto).  iS<'^  Struzzi  (Alberto). 

[Strubberg  (Friedrich  Armand)].  Alte  und  neue  Heimath. 
Von  Armand.  Breslau:  Eduard  Trewendt.  1 859.  8vo,  pp.  vii, 
360.  BM.  93101 

Title  from  Barba's  "Life  and  Works  of  Friedrich  Armand  Strubberg,"  1913,  pub- 
lished by  the  University  of  Pennsylvania  as  no.  16  of  the  "Americana  Germanica" 
series,  see  pp.  80  and  139. 

[Strubberg].    Amcrikanische  Jagd-  und  Reiseabenteuer  aus  7\       ^ 

meinem  Leben  in  den  westlichen  Indianergebieten.    Mit  24  vom  \irv^ 

Verfasser  nach  der  Naturentworfenen  Skizzen.  Von  Armand.  Stutt-  "    ,^  )  ^  ^S 

gart:   Cotta.    1858.    8vo,  pp.  vi,  460.  BM.  93102  <f  ^ 

Title  from  Barba,  op.  cil.,  pp.  67  and  139,  where  later  Stuttgart  editions  of  1876,  /    ^-'      / 

1892,  and  1901  are  also  listed.    For  a  Dutch  translation,  see  Jagt-  en  reisavonturen,  ' 

below. 

[Strubberg].  An  der  Indianer-Grenze  oder  Treuer  Liebe 
Lohn.  Von  Armand.  Hannover:  C.  Rilmfler.  1859.  4  vols., 
8vo,  pp.  xxiv,  1092.  BM.  93103 

Also  published  serially  in  the  "Kolnische  Zeitung"  in  1859.  A  second  edition, 
Weimar,  1894,  forms  the  first  part  of  "Armand's  ausgewahlte  Romane."  Information 
from  Barba,  op.  cit.,  pp.  76—80,  and  139. 

[Strubberg].  Bis  in  die  Wildniss.  Von  Armand.  Breslau:  E. 
Trewendt.  1858.  4  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  (8),  312;  (6),  343;  (6), 
266;  (6),  264.  BM.  93104 

Also  published  serially  in  the  "Kolnische  Zeitung"  in  1858.  Second  edition,  Bres- 
lau, 1863.    Information  from  Barba,  op.  cit.,  pp.  73—76,  and  139. 

[Strubberg].  Jagt-  en  reisavonturen  in  Amerika.  Naar  het 
Hoogduitsch  door  J.  J.  A.  Goeverneur.  Utrecht:  B.  Dekema. 
i860.    2  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  6,  244;  4,  37.  93105 


178  STRUBBERG. 

A  Dutch  translation  of  Amerikanische  Jagd-  und  Reiseabenteuer,  above.  Title 
from  Brinkman's  "Catalogus  ...  1850— 1882,"  p.  59.  Collation  from  early  ms.  note 
prepared  for  the  Dictionary.    Brinkman  lists  a  second  edition,  1861. 

[Strubberg].  Ralph  Norwood.  Von  Armand,  Hannover. 
CarlRilmfler.    i860.    5  vols.,  8vo,  xxxvi,  pp.  1402.   Portrait. 

Title  from  Barba,  op  cit.,  pp.  87  and  i  39.  BM.  93  I  06 

Printed  at  Cassel,  according  to  the  British  Museum  Catalogue. 

[Strubberg].  Scenen  aus  den  Kampfen  der  Mexicaner  und 
Nordamerikaner,  von  Armand  ..  .  Breslau:  E.Treivendt.  1859. 
i6mo,  pp.  (4),  287,  (i).  bm.,c.  93107 

According  to  Barba,  p.  84,  this  consists  of  two  novelettes,  "Die  Amerikaner  in 
Mexico"  and  "Der  Sturm  von  San  Antonio." 

[Strubberg].  Tooneelen  en  schilderingen  uit  het  leven  in 
Amerika.  Een  verhaal  naar  het  Hoogduitsch  door  T.  Raven  Hzn. 
Groningen:  P.  Noordhoff.  {Amsterdam:  J.  H.  v.  d.  Beek). 
i860.    2  vols.,  8vo.  93108 

Title  from  Brinkman,  p.  59.  An  early  ms.  slip  prepared  for  this  Dictionary  de- 
scribes the  same  title  with  the  Groningen  imprint,  but  gives  the  collation  as  "3  vols, 
8vo"  and  the  date  as  "i860  [1859]— 60." 

All  of  the  above  titles  are  based  on  Strubberg's  travels  in  America.  The  majority 
of  his  writings  were  published  after  i860.  Barba,  in  his  "Life  and  Works"  of 
Strubberg,  191  3,  gives  a  synopsis  of  each  work. 

Strudwick  (Edmund).  An  Address  before  the  Medical  So- 
ciety of  the  State  of  North  Carolina,  at  its  first  annual  communica- 
tion, in  Raleigh,  April,  1850.  Raleigh:  W.  W.  H olden.  1850. 
8vo,  pp.  14.  AML.  93109 

Struggles  of  Capt.  Thomas  Keith,  in  America.  See  Keith  (T.), 
no.  37237,  vol.  9,  B.,  c,  NEWBERRY,  and  Smith  (Sarah),  no. 
84129,  vol.  20. 

Described  as  fictitious  in  the  catalogue  of  the  Ayer  Collection. 

Strunck  (Amos  K.).  Beamten  von  Berks  Caunty,  fiir  jedes 
Jahr,  von  1752  bis  i860.  Gleichfalls,  die  Stimme  der  Caunty  bey 
den  Prasident-u.  Gouvernors  Wahlen.  Von  Amos  K.  Strunck. 
Reading:    Carl  Kessler,  Drt4cker.    1 859.    l6mo,  pp.  124. 

AAS.  931 10 

On  cloth  cover:  Berks  County  Officers.  A  German  translation  of  the  following 
title. 

Strunck.  Officers  of  Berks  County,  for  each  year,  from  1752 
to  i860.  Also  the  vote  of  the  county  at  the  presidential  &  governors' 


STRUVE.  179 

elections.    By  Amos  K.  Strunck.    Reading:    J.  Laivrence  Getz, 
Printer.    1859.    i6mo,  pp.  124. 

C,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.  93I  I  I 

Struve  (Burkhard  Gotthelf).  Bibliotheca  |  Historica  |  In- 
structa  I  a  I  B.  Burcardo  Gotthelf  Struvio  |  Aucta  |  a  |  B.  Christi. 
Gottlieb  Budero  [  nunc  vero  |  a  |  loanne  Georgio  Meuselio  |  ita 
digesta,  amplificata  et  emendata,  |  ut  paene  nov^um  opus  |  'videro 
possit.  I  ...  I  Lipsiae^  \  afud  Heredes  W eldrnanm  et  Kc'ichium.  \ 

MDCCLXXXII  [— MDCCCIV.]    |    II   vols.,  8vo, 

B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  NYP.  93  I  I  2 
Each  volume  is  in  two  parts.  Vol.  3,  pt.  2,  relates  to  America. 

Struve  (Gustav).  Die  Union  vor  dem  Richterstuhle  des  gesun- 
den  Menschenverstandes,  von  Gustav  Struve.  New-York:  G. 
Struve.    1855.    8vo,  pp.  (4),  126,  (l).  BM.,C.93II3 

Also  other  works  published  after  i860. 

Struzzi  (Alberto).  Dialogo  sobre  el  comercio  de  los  reinos  de 
Castilla  con  las  Indias,  y  otras  partes.  Impreso  ano  162^.  Folio.  + 
[MadridF    1625.]    Folio.  BM.  93114 

Title  of  the  1624  edition  from  Navarrete's  "Biblloteca  Maritima  Espafiola,"  vol. 
1,  1 85 1,  p.  7,  the  author's  name  spelled  "Strozzi."  A  copy  of  that  edition  is  located 
in  the  library  of  San  Isidro  el  Real  in  Madrid.  Palau  gives  the  imprint,  Madrid, 
Sanchez,  1624. 

Stryker  (James).  An  Oration,  delivered  at  Woodbridge, 
New-Jersey,  July  4,  1823.  By  James  Stryker,  Esq.  .  .  .  Rahway, 
N.J.   Printed  by  James  A.  Bennet.    1823.    8vo,  pp.  16. 

NYH. 931 15 

Stryker.  Stryker's  American  Register  and  Magazine.  .  .  .  Con-         |\  /^  in- 
ducted by  James  Stryker.  .  .  .  Volume  IV   [—VI.]     Washington, 
W.  M.  Morrison. — Philadelphia,  J.  B.  Smith  &  Co. — New  York,        •  ^        ^-• 
C.  S.  Francis  &'  Co. — Brooklyn,  A.  S.  Wilder. — Boston,  C .  Stimp-        ^  "^   , 
son. — Albany,  W.  C.  Little. — Buffalo,  O.  G.  Steele. — Trenton, 
C.  Scott.    Phillips  ^  Boswell,  Printers,  t^^  Communications  to 
be  addressed  to  "Judge  Stryker,  Trenton,  N.  J."    [1850-185  I.] 
3  vols.,  8vo,  pp.  iv,  9-600;  600;  600.  I 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTEX.,  WHS.,  Y.  93  I  16 

A  continuation  of  the  "American  Quarterly  Register  and  Magazine,"  no.  1197, 
vol.  I. 

Vols.  5—6  have  varying  imprints,  both  being  published  in  New  York. 

No  more  published,  although  the  following  notice  appears  on  the  verso  of  the  half 
title  of  vol.  6:  "Volume  Seven  is  in  an  advanced  state  of  preparation,  and  will  appear 
speedily." 


J. 


l8o  STRYKER. 

Stryker  (Peter).  A  Historical  Discourse  delivered  at  the  Last 
Service  held  in  the  Reformed  Protestant  Dutch  Church,  corner  of 
Broome  and  Greene  Streets,  New  York  Cit)%  April  15,  i860.  By 
the  pastor,  Rev.  Peter  Stryker.  Published  by  Request  of  the  Con- 
sistory. New  York:  Board  of  Publication  of  the  Reformed  Prot- 
estant Dutch  Churchy  Synod's  Rooms,  61  Franklin  St.  i860. 
[Verso  of  half  title :]  Hosford  &'  Ketcham.,  Stationers  and  Printers, 
57  and  59  William  St.,  N.  Y.    l2mo,  pp.  86.   Frontispiece. 

AAS.,  B.,  CU.,  HSP.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  93II7 
Also  several  works  with  historical  interest  published  after  i860. 

Stryker's  American  Register  and  Magazine.  See  Stryker 
(James). 

Stuart  ( ),  Dr.  See  Stuart  ([James]),  M.  D.  of  Phila- 
delphia. 

Stuart  ( ),  Mr.,  of  Illinois.   See  Stuart  ([John  Todd]). 

Stuart  ( ),  Professor.   See  Stuart  (Moses). 

Stuart  (Alexander  H[ugh]  H[olmes]).  Anniversary  Ad- 
dress before  the  American  Institute  of  the  City  of  New-York,  at 
the  Broadway  Tabernacle,  October  i8,  1844,  during  the  Seven- 
teenth Annual  Fair.  By  the  Hon.  Alexander  H.  H.  Stuart.  New- 
York:  Jam.es  Van  Norden  ^  Co.,  Printers,  No.  60  William- 
Street.     1844.    8vo,  pp.  27.  BM.,  C,  CU.,  NYH.  93I  l8 

Stuart.  Importance  of  Diversified  Employments — Harmony 
of  Interests,  Northern  and  Southern.  Address  of  Hon.  Alexander 
H.  H.  Stuart,  before  the  Central  Agricultural  Society  of  Virginia, 
at  Richmond,  October  28,  1859.  V^^  ^o^t  of  p.  I :]  Printed  by 
hcmucl  Towers.     [Washington.    1859.]    8vo,  pp.  16. 

Caption  title.    Supplied  by  E.  W.  Winkler.  UTEX.  93  I  I9 

Stuart.  Proposition  submitted  by  Mr.  Stuart,  for  amending  the 
constitution  of  the  United  States.    [Richmond?  i860?]    8vo,  pp.  2. 

Caption  title.  B.  93  I  20 

Stuart.  Remarks  of  Mr.  A.  H.  H.  Stuart,  of  Virginia,  on  the 
Veto  Message  of  the  President,  returning  with  his  objections  the 
bill  extending  the  laws  for  laying  and  collecting  the  Duties  on  Im- 
ports. Delivered  in  the  House  of  Representatives,  June  30,  1842.  j 
Washington:  Printed  at  the  National  Intelligencer  Office.  1 842. 
8vo,  pp.  1 1.  M.  9312 1 


STUART  (a.  H.).  i8i 

Stuart.  Speech  of  Mr.  Stuart,  of  Virginia,  on  the  Bill  to  incor- 
porate the  Subscribers  to  the  Fiscal  Bank  of  the  United  States.  De- 
livered in  the  House  of  Representatives,  August  2,  1 841.  Washing- 
ton:  Printed  by  Gales  and  Seaton.    184 1.    8vo,  pp.  20.    aas.,  b., 

BA.,  C,  CU.,  M.,  NYH.,  P.,  Y.    +    [w.  ^.     184I?]     8vo,  pp.   I5. 

C,  CU.,  NYP.  93122 

The  second  edition  listed  has  caption  title  only,  the  author  given  as  Mr.  A.  H.  H. 
Stuart. 

Stuart.  Speech  of  Mr.  Stuart,  of  Virginia,  on  the  Tariff  Bill. 
Delivered  in  the  House  of  Representatives,  on  the  8th  of  July,  1842. 
[Washington.    1842.]    8vo,  pp.  24.  aas.,  ba.,  c.  93123 

Caption  title. 

Stuart.  Speech  of  the  Hon.  Alexander  H.  H.  Stuart,  of  Vir- 
ginia delivered  in  the  House  of  Representatives  of  the  United  States 
on  the  Proviso  of  the  Naval  Appropriation  Bill  in  relation  to  the 
Bureau  of  Medicine  and  Surgery  on  the  28th  February,  1843. 
[Washington.    1 843.]    8vo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  4.  c.  93124 

Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

Stuart.  Substance  of  the  Remarks  of  Mr.  Stuart  of  Augusta, 
on  the  Motion  of  Mr.  Segar  of  Northampton,  to  postpone  indefi- 
nitely the  consideration  of  the  report  of  the  Committee  of  Roads 
and  Internal  Navigation,  recommending  a  general  system  of  im- 
provement. Delivered  in  the  House  of  Delegates  on  Thursday,  the 
eighth  day  of  Feb.,  eighteen  hundred  and  thirty-eight.  Richmond: 
Shepherd  &'  Colin,  Printers.    I  838.    8vo,  pp.  23. 

VA.STATE  LIB.  93  I  25 

Title  from  Swem's  "Bibliography  of  Virginia,"  pt.  i,  1916. 
Also  other  works  published  after  i860. 

Stuart  (Alvan).  5^^  Stewart  (Alvan). 

[Stuart  (Andrew)],  b.  1786,  d.  1840.  An  Account  of  the 
Endowments  for  Education  in  Lower  Canada,  and  of  the  Legis- 
lative and  other  Public  Acts  for  the  Advancement  thereof,  from 
the  cession  of  the  country  in  1763  to  the  present  time.  [Colophon :] 
Norman  and  Skeen,  Printers,  Maiden  Lane,  Covent  Garden. 
[London.    1 838.]    8vo,  pp.  132. 

BM.,  can.parl.lib.,  WHS.  93 1 26 

Caption  title.    Dated  at  end:    "London,  13th  June,  1838." 

Attributed  to  Andrew  Stuart  and  William  Badgley  in  Morgan's  "Bibliotheca 
Canadensis,"  1867. 

Information  supplied  by  Annie  A.  Nunns. 

VOL.  XXIV.  12 


l82  STUART  (anDREw). 

[Stuart].  Notes  upon  the  South  Western  Boundary  Line  of 
the  British  Provinces  of  Lower  Canada  and  New  Brunswick,  and 
the  United  States  of  America.  Quebec:  Printed  by  T.  Gary  ^ 
Co.y  Freemason^ s  Hall.    1830.    8vo,  pp.  58. 

CAN.ARCH.,  TORONTO  P.L.  93  I  27 

Title  from  the  printed  catalogue  of  pamphlets  in  the  Canadian  Archives,  193 1.    For 
an  1839  edition,  see  no.  SS976,  vol.  13.    c,  can. arch.,  whs. 

[Stuart].  Review  of  the  Proceedings  of  the  Legislature  of 
Lower  Canada  in  the  session  of  1831 ;  with  an  Appendix  contain- 
ing some  important  documents  now  first  given  to  the  public.  .  .  . 
Montreal:  Published  by  Thomas  A.  Starke.  1 832.  [Verso  of 
title:]  Printed  by  Archibald  Ferguson,  No.  15,  Notre  Dame  \ 
Street,  Montreal.    8vo,  pp.  (4),  231,  appendix  292. 

BA.,  c,  H.,  NYP.  93128 

Colophon  of  appendix:    T.  A.  Starke,  Printer,  Notre  Dame  Street,  Montreal. 

[Stuart].  Succinct  Account  of  the  Treaties  and  Negociations 
between  Great  Britain  and  the  United  States  of  America,  relating 
to  the  boundary  between  the  British  Possessions  of  Lower  Canada  I 
and  New  Brunswick,  in  North  America,  and  the  United  States  of 
America.  [Colophon:]  ThomSy  Printer,  12,  Warivlck  Square. 
[London.  1838.]  8vo,  pp.  contents  (2),  2o6.  2  folded  maps, 
diagr.  B.,  bm.,  c,  cu.,  whs.,  wlc.  93129 

Caption  title. 

Signed,  "A.  Stuart,"  and  dated,  "Tavistock  Hotel,  London.    I4.th  July,  1838." 
For  a  number  of  contributions  by  Stuart  to  the  "Transactions"  of  the  Literary  and 
Historical  Society  of  Quebec,  see  Morgan's  "Bibliotheca  Canadensis,"  1867. 

Stuart  (Andrew),  b.  1823,  d.  1872.  Nebraska  and  Kansas. 
Speech  of  Hon.  Andrew  Stuart,  of  Ohio,  in  the  House  of  Repre- 
sentatives, May  20,  1854.  [Colophon:]  Printed  at  the  Congres- 
sional Globe  Office.    [Washington.    1854.]    8vo,  pp.  7. 

Caption  title.   Supplied  by  E.  W.  Winkler.  C,  UTEX.  9313O 

Stuart  (C.)   See  Stuart  (C[harles]). 

Stuart  (C.  E.)    See  Stuart  (C[harles]  E[dward]). 

Stuart  (Carlos  D).  lanthe:  and  other  Poems.  By  Carlos  D. 
Stuart.  .  .  .  Nrzv  York:  C.  L.  Stlckney,  140  Fulton  Street,  Second 
Floor.  J.  C.  Wadlelgh,  459  Broadivay.  1 843.  [Verso  of  title:] 
W.  B.  &"  T.  Smith,  Print.  89  Nassau  Street.  l2mo,  pp.  2  2  2,  (2). 
Frontispiece.  aas.,  c,  nvh.,  nyp.,  utex.,  y.  93 13 1 

Contains  several  poems  of  historical  interest. 


STUART  (CHARLEs).  I  83 

Stuart  (C[harles]),  b.  1783?  d.  1865.  The  American  Col- 
onization Scheme  further  Unravelled.  ...  By  C.  Stuart.  Bath: 
Printed  by  John  and  James  Keene,  7,  Kings-mead  Street.  [1833.] 
8vo,  pp.  30.  B.,  UTS.  93132 

Dated  by  reference  on  p.  lo  to  a  pamphlet  by  Dr.  T.  Hodgkin,  "just  produced." 
This  is  identified  as  his  "Inquiry  into  the  Merits  of  the  American  Colonization 
Society,"  1833. 

Stuart.  The  Emigrant's  Guide  to  Upper  Canada;  or,  Sketches 
of  the  Present  State  of  that  Province,  collected  from  a  residence 
therein  during  the  years  1817,  i8i8,  181 9.  Interspersed  with  re- 
flections. By  C.  Stuart,  Esq.  retired  Captain  of  the  Honorable  the 
East  India  Company's  service,  and  one  of  His  Majesty's  Justices 
of  the  Peace  for  the  Western  District  of  Upper  Canada.  .  .  .  Lon- 
don: Published  by  Lofigman,  Hurst,  Rees,  Or?ne,  and  Brotvn. 
Paternoster-row.  1 820.  [Verso  of  title:]  Barnard  and  Farley, 
Skinner  Street,  London.  l2mo,  pp.  xi,  335,  colophon  (  I  ),  and  slip 
of  errata  between  the  sixth  and  seventh  leaves. 

BA.,  BM.,  BODLEIAN,  C,  CAN.ARCH.,  CAN.PARL.LIB.,  FAC.ADV.,  H., 

NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.  93  I  33 

The  description  of  the  author  on  the  title  corresponds  to  facts  in  the  life  of  the 
abolitionist,  Charles  Stuart. 

Stuart.  Immediate  Emancipation  safe  and  profitable  for  mas- 
ters;— happy  for  slaves; — right  in  government; — advantageous  to 
the  nation; — would  interfere  with  no  feelings  but  such  as  are  de- 
structive;— cannot  be  postponed  without  continually  increasing 
danger.  An  outline  for  it,  and  Remarks  on  Compensation.  By 
Charles  Stewart.  Reprinted  from  the  (Eng.)  Quarterly  Magazine 
and  Review,  for  April,  1832.  Second  American  Edition.  New- 
buryfort:  Published  by  Charles  Whiffle.  1 838.  8vo,  pp.  35, 
advertisement  (l). 

B.,  BA.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  PRINCETON, 
For  earlier  editions,  see  West  India  Question,  below.  WHS.,  Y.  93^34- 

[Stuart].  Is  Slavery  Defensible  from  Scripture?  To  the  Rev. 
Dr.  Hincks,  Killileagh.  [Colophon :]  Printed  at  the  Belfast  News- 
Letter  Office.    [1831.]    8vo,  pp.  15.  2-93135 

Caption  title.  Signed  and  dated  on  p.  14.:  "C.  Stuart.  Cotfield,  i6th  February, 
1831." 

Stuart.  A  Letter  on  the  American  Colonization  Society,  ad- 
dressed to  the  Editor  of  the  "Herald  of  Peace."  December  ist, 
1 83 1.  By  Captain  C.  Stuart.  Birmingham:  Printed  by  B.  Hud- 
son, Bull  Street.    1832.    l2mo,  pp.  14.  B.,  NYP.  93136 


184  STUART  (cHARLEs). 

Stuart.  A  Letter  to  Thomas  Clarkson,  by  James  Cropper.  And 
Prejudice  Vincible;  or  The  Practicability  of  conquering  prejudice 
by  better  means  than  by  slavery  and  exile ;  in  relation  to  the  Amer- 
ican Colonization  Society.  By  C.  Stuart.  .  .  .  Liver  fool:  Printed  by 
Egerton  Smith  and  Co.y  Lord-street.    1832.    8vo,  pp.  24. 

BA.,   BODLEIAN,  NYP.,  UTS.   93  I  37 

Stuart.  ...  A  Letter  to  Thomas  Clarkson,  by  James  Cropper: 
and  Prejudice  Vincible;  or  the  Practicability  of  conquering  Preju- 
dice by  better  means  than  by  Slavery  and  Exile;  in  relation  to  the 
American  Colonization  Society.  By  C.  Stuart.  .  .  .  New-York: 
Re f Tinted  jrom  an  English  Edition.    1 833.    410,  pp.  15. 

With  heading:    "Supplement  to  the  Emancipator."  "'  Vj    j" 

Also  issued  as  no.   i  of  vol.   I  of  the  "Anti-Slavery  Reporter,"  June,   1833.    .\as., 

c,  cu.,  Y.    Reprinted  in  "British  Opinions  of  the  American  Colonization  Society," 

1833.   AAS.,  c,  Y.    Reviewed  in  Leonard  Bacon's  anonymous  "Review  of  Pamphlets," 

1833.     AAS.,   BA.,   C,    H.,  NVP. 

Stuart.  Liberia;  or,  The  American  Colonization  Scheme  Ex- 
amined and  Exposed.  A  full  and  authentic  Report  of  a  Lecture 
delivered  by  C.  Stuart,  Esq.,  at  a  public  meeting  in  the  Rev.  Mr. 
Anderson's  Chapel,  Glasgow,  15th  April,  1833.  Glasgow:  W.R. 
McPhun,  &'  George  Gallie.    1 833.    l6mo,  pp.  24.  H.  93 1 39 

Stuart.  A  Memoir  of  Granville  Sharp,  to  which  is  added 
Sharp's  "Law  of  Passive  Obedience,"  and  an  Extract  from  his 
"Law  of  Retribution."  By  Charles  Stuart.  New-York:  Published 
by  the  American  Anti-Slavery  Society,  No.  144  Nassau  Street. 
William  S.  Dorr,  Printer.  1836.  l2mo,  pp.  156.  Frontispiece 
portrait. 

AAS.,  B.,  CU.,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  PEAB.,  PRINCETON,  UP.,  UTS.,  WHS., 

Y.  93140 

Stuart.  Oneida  and  Oberlin,  or  A  Call,  addressed  to  British 
Christians  and  Philanthropists,  affectionately  inviting  their  sympa- 
thies, their  prayers,  and  their  assistance,  in  favour  of  the  Christians 
and  Philanthropists  of  the  United  States  of  North  America,  for  the 
extirpation,  by  our  aid,  of  that  slavery  which  we  introduced  into 
those  states,  while  they  were  under  our  power.  By  Charles  Stuart. 
.  .  .  Bristol:  Published  by  Wright  and  Albright,  Avon  Street,  Great 
Gardens.    1841.    8vo,  pp.  20.  M.  9314I 

Stuart.  Remarks  on  the  Colony  of  Liberia  and  the  American 
Colonization  Society.  With  some  account  of  the  settlement  of  col- 
oured people,  at  Wilberforce,  Upper  Canada.    By  C.  Stuart.   Lon- 


STUART  (CHARLEs).  185 

don:  Printed  by  J.  Messeder,  201,  High  Holborn.    1 832.    8vo,  pp. 

16.  B.,  H.,  NYP.,  UTS.  93142 

[Stuart].  A  Short  History  and  Description  of  the  Ojibbeway 
Indians  now  on  a  visit  to  England.  With  correct  likenesses,  en- 
graved from  daguerreotype  plates,  taken  by  M.  Claudet.  .  .  .  Lon- 
don, MDCCCXLIV.  [Verso  of  title:]  Vizrtrlly  Brothers  and  Co. 
Printers  and  Engravers y  Peterborough  Court,  135  Fleet  Street. 
i2mo,  pp.  30,  including  frontispiece,      c,  heh.,  nyp.,  whs.  93143 

The  account  is  anonymous,  but  the  work  includes  a  communication  from  C.  Stuart 
describing  the  rescue  of  a  fugitive  slave  by  Arthur  Rankin,  who  accompanied  the 
Indians  to  England,  pp.  21—30. 

Stuart.  The  West  India  Question.  Immediate  Emancipation 
would  be  safe  for  the  masters; — profitable  for  the  masters; — happy 
for  the  slaves; — right  in  the  government; — advantageous  to  the 
nation; — would  interfere  with  no  feelings  but  such  as  are  disgrace- 
ful and  destructive; — cannot  be  postponed  without  continually  in- 
creasing danger.  An  Outline  for  Immediate  Emancipation;  and 
Remarks  on  Compensation.  By  Charles  Stuart.  Reprinted  from 
the  Quarterly  Magazine  and  Review,  of  April,  1832.  London: 
Slmpkin  and  Marshall,  Stationers^  Hall  Court;  and  Edmund  Fry, 
73,  Houndsditch.  MDCCCXXXii.  [Colophon:]  Wright  &  Bag- 
nail,  Printers,  Bridge-Street,  Bristol.  8vo,  pp.  44.  B.,  BM.,  cu.,  H., 
NYP.,  PEAB.,  UTS.,  Y.  +  Reprinted  from  the  (Eng.)  Quarterly 
Magazine  and  Review,  of  April,  1832.  New  Haven:  Hexekiah 
Howe  ^  Co.    1833.    [Verso  of  title:]    Printed  by  He%ekiah  Howe 

<y    Co.      8vo,    pp.    43.     AAS.,    B.,    BM.,    H.,    HSP.,    NYH.,    NYP.,    P., 

PRINCETON,  UTS.,  Y.    +  Second  American  Edition.    Newbury- 
fort:   Charles  Whiffle.    1 835.    l2mo,  pp.  35,  advertisement  (l). 

AAS.,  B.,  C,  cu.,  H.,  NYP.,  Y.  93144 
The  author's  name  is  spelled  "Stewart"  in  the  title  of  the  1835  edition.    For  an 
1838  edition,  see  Immediate  Emancipation,  above. 

Stuart  ([Charles  Beebe]).  Engineers'  Report  for  supplying 
the  City  of  Rochester  with  water  from  various  sources,  made  to  the 
Directors  of  the  Rochester  Water  Works  Co.  by  Stuart  &  Marsh, 
civil  engineers.  New  York,  October  1st,  1853.  NewYork:  Baker, 
Godzvin  £ff  Co.,  Book  and  Job  Printer,  Corner  Nassau  and  Sfruce 
Streets.    1 853.    8vo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  49.  WHS.  93 1 45 

Signed:  "Charles  B.  Stuart,  Daniel  Marsh,  firm  of  Stuart,  Serrell  &  Co.,  civil 
engineers.  New  York. 

Information  supplied  by  Annie  A.  Nunns. 

Stuart.  Engineers'  Report  on  the  Niagara  Ship  Canal  made  to 
the  Commissioners  appointed  by  the  Legislature  of  New  York,  by 


I  86  STUART  ( CHARLES    B.). 

Charles  B,  Stuart,  engineer-in-chief,  and  Edward  W.  Serrell,  asso- 
ciate-engineer. February  15th,  1854.  New  York:  Baker,  God- 
win y  Co.y  Book  and  Job  Printers,  Corner  Nassau  and  Spruce 
Streets.    1854.    8vo,  pp.  26.   Folded  map.  B.,  c,  WHS.  93146 

Stuart.  The  Naval  and  Mail  Steamers  of  the  United  States. 
By  Charles  B.  Stuart,  Engineer-in-Chief  of  the  United  States  Navy. 
Author  of  the  "Naval  Dry  Docks  of  the  United  States."  Illustrated 
with  thirty-six  fine  engravings.  New-York:  Charles  B.  Norton, 
Irving  House.  London:  Sampson  Low,  Son  ^  Co.  m.dccc.liii. 
[Verso  of  title:]  Baker,  Godwin  ^  Co.,  Printers,  corner  of  Nas- 
sau and  Spruce  Streets,  New  York.  4to,  pp.  216,  advertisements 
21,  (i).  34  plates,  six  of  which  are  double,  and  portrait,  c,  H., 
NVH.,  NYP.,  UP.,  Y.  -\~  Second  Edition.  [Same  imprints  and  date.] 
4to,  pp.  216,  4,  advertisements  21,  (l).  36  plates,  eight  of  which 
are  double,  and  portrait. 

AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  H.,  JOHNCRERAR,  NYP.,  PEAB.,  PRINCETON   93I47 

None  of  the  copies  examined  of  the  first  edition  have  more  than  35  engravings, 
counting  the  portrait. 

The  four  pages  at  the  end  of  the  second  edition  contain  a  reply  to  a  review  of  the 
author's  "Naval  Dry  Docks  of  the  United  States,"  published  in  "Appleton's  Maga- 
zine" for  December,  1852,  containing  some  passages  objected  to  by  the  publishers  of 
th:it  journ.il. 

Stuart.  The  Naval  Dry  Docks  of  the  United  States.  By 
Charles  B.  Stuart.  .  .  .  Illustrated  with  twenty-four  fine  engravings 
on  steel.  New  York:  Charles  B.  Norton,  Irving  House.  London: 
John  Wealc,  59  High  Holborn.  m.dccc.lii.  [Verso  of  title:] 
Baker,  Godwin  6?  Co.,  Printers^  corner  of  Nassau  and  Spruce 
Streets,  New  York.  4to,  pp.  (4),  125,  verso  blank,  93,  (l).  24 
plates,  c,  heh.,  nyp.,  p.,  peab.,  Princeton,  up.,  utex.  + 
Second  Edition.  [Same  imprints  and  date.]  4to,  pp.  (4),  1 13,  83, 
(l),  advertisements  (14).  24  plates.  BM.,  H.,  nyh.,  nyp.  + 
[Same  imprints.]  m. dccc.lv.  Folio,  pp.  (12),  9-1 13,  83,  (i), 
12,  (2),  list  of  books  (  I  ).    24  plates.  B.  93148 

Part  First:    Granite  Dry  Docks.    Part  Second;    Floating  Dry  Docks. 

The  smaller  number  of  pages  in  the  second  edition  is  caused  by  the  printing  of  the 
descriptions  of  the  plates  on  both  sides  of  the  leaves,  whereas  they  appear  only  on  the 
recto  in  the  first  edition. 

Also:    The  Fourth  Edition.    New  York.    1870.    h. 

See  also  note  on  Naval  and  Mail  Steamers,  above. 

Stuart.  Report  of  Charles  B.  Stuart,  Chief  Engineer,  of  the 
Lockport  and  Niagara  Falls  Railroad  Company,  to  the  Directors. 
Showing  the  estimated  cost,  and  probable  income  of  the  road,  if 


STUART  (CHARLES    B.).  I  87 

extended  from  Lockport  to  Rochester.   Second  edition.    September 
1,1847.    {Rochester.    1847.  ]    8vo,  pp.  ii.   Map, 

Title  supplied  by  Thomas  W.  Streeter.  T.W.STREETER  93  I  49 

For  the  first  edition,  see  no.  41746,  vol.  10.    c. 

Stuart.  Report  on  the  Great  Western  Railway.  1847.  ^^^ 
note  following  no.  28478,  vol.  7.   C,  can. arch.,  nyp. 

Stuart.  Report  ...  on  the  Rochester  and  Corning  Railroad, 
May  I,  1847.   Rochester.    1848.   8vo.   Map,  bm.  93150 

Stuart.   Water- Works  of  the  United  States.    1855.        9315 1 

A  doubtful  title  from  Appleton. 

Also,  other  works  published  after  i860. 

Stuart  (C[harles  E[dward]  ).  Internal  Improvements.  Speech 
of  Hon.  C.  E.  Stuart,  of  Michigan,  in  the  House  of  Representatives, 
Friday,  July  21,  1848  on  the  Civil  and  Diplomatic  Appropriation 
Bill,  [At  foot  of  p,  I :]  Printed  at  the  Congressional  Globe  Office. 
{Washington.    1848,]    8vo,  pp,  7.  C.  93152 

Caption  title.    Information  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

Stuart,  President's  Message  and  Lecompton  Constitution. 
Speech  of  Hon,  C.  E.  Stuart,  of  Michigan,  on  Kansas  Affairs.  De- 
livered in  the  Senate  of  the  United  States,  December  28,  1857.  [-^^ 
foot  of  p.   I :]    Lemuel  Towers y  Printer.    {Washington.    1 858?] 

8vo,  pp.   l6.  AAS.,  BA.,  C,  NYP.,  Y.  93153 

Caption  title. 

Stuart.  Remarks  of  Senators  Pugh  of  Ohio,  and  Stuart  of 
Michigan,  on  the  eligibility  of  Mr.  Trumbull.  Delivered  in  the 
Senate  of  the  United  States,  March  3,  4,  and  5,  1856.  Washing- 
ton: Printed  at  the  Congressional  Globe  Office.  [1856.]  8vo, 
pp.  15.  NYP.  93154 

Stuart.  Speech  of  Hon,  C,  E,  Stuart,  of  Michigan,  against  the 
Admission  of  Kansas.  Delivered  in  the  Senate  of  the  United  States, 
March  22,  1858.  [Colophon:]  Printed  by  Lemuel  Towers. 
{Washington.    1858,]    8vo,  pp.  16.        ba.,  cu.,  H.,  heh.  93155 

Caption  title. 

Stuart.  Speech  of  Hon.  C.  E.  Stuart,  of  Michigan,  on  the  bill 
to  establish  a  Territorial  Government  for  California:  delivered  in 
the  House  of  Representatives,  February  26,  1849.  Washington: 
Pnntedat  the  Globe  Office.    1849.    ^^O'  PP-  ^-  ^'  93^5^ 


l88  STUART  (cHARLES    E.). 

Stuart.  Speech  of  Hon.  C.  E.  Stuart,  of  Michigan,  on  the 
Lecompton  Constitution,  and  the  Report  of  the  Committee  of  Con- 
ference. Delivered  in  the  Senate  of  the  United  States,  April  28, 
1858.  [At  foot  of  p.  I :]  Printed  by  Lemuel  Towers.  [^Washing- 
ton. 1858.]  8vo,  pp.  16.  AAS.,  BA.,  Y.  93157 
Caption  title. 

Stuart.  Speech  of  Hon.  Charles  E.  Stuart,  of  Michigan,  de- 
livered in  the  Senate  of  the  United  States,  August  8,  1 856.  [  Wash- 
ington: Printed  at  H.  Polkinhorn*s  Steam  Book  &'  Job  Printing 
Ojfice.    1856.]    8vo,  pp.  7.  BA.,c.  93158 

Caption  title.    On  the  Kansas  question. — c. 

Stuart  (D[avid]).  An  |  Oration,  |  in  |  Commemoration  |  of 
the  I  Founders  |  of  |  William  and  Mary  College,  |  delivered  on  the 
Anniversary  |  of  its  |  Foundation,  |  August  15,  1772.  |  By  D. 
Stuart,   Student.    |    Williamsburg:   |    Printed  by    William^  Rind,   \ 

M,DCC,LXXII.  I  4t0,  pp.   10.  JOB.  93159 

Title  supplied  by  Catherine  C.  Quinn. 

Stuart  (Ferdinand  Smyth).  See  Smyth  (John  Ferdinand 
Dalziel). 

[Stuart  (George  Okill)].  Mentoriana.  See  no.  47873,  vol. 
12. 

The  H.  copy  which  is  attributed  in  ms.  to  Stuart,  was  the  gift  of  the  author. 

Stuart  (Gilbert).  Catalogue  of  an  Exhibition  of  Portraits, 
painted  by  the  late  Gilbert  Stuart,  Esq.  [Colophon:]  Eastburn — 
Printer — Congress  Street.  [Boston.  1828.]  8vo,  pp.  8.  B.,  BA. 
+  [Another  issue  without  the  colophon,  Boston,  1  828.]    8vo,  pp.  8. 

B.  93160 

The  first  issue  includes  182  numbers  in  the  list  of  paintings,  and  the  second,  :n 
printed  numbers,  nos.  212-216  added  in  ms. 

The  exhibition  was  held  in  1828,  in  the  gallery  of  the  Boston  Athenaeum,  for  the 
benefit  of  Stuart's  widow  and  children.    See  Whitley's  "Gilbert  Stuart,"  1932,  p.  215. 

Stuart  (Henri  L.).  W.  H.  Powell's  Historical  Picture  of  the 
Mississippi  by  De  Soto  a.d.  1541  ...  With  ...  a  brief  biography  of 
Mr.  Powell,  followed  by  a  full  .  .  .  description  of  the  composition 
of  tlie  painting  .  .  .  Prepared  by  H.  L.  Stuart.  New  York.  1854. 
8vo.  BM.  93161 

Stuart  (I[saac]  W[illiam]).  Address  before  the  Hartford 
County  Agricultural  Society,  October  3,   1845.    ^Y  Hon.  I.  W. 


STUART  (l.  W.).  189 

Stuart.  Together  with  the  Reports  of  the  Committees,  and  the 
Transactions  of  the  Society.  .  .  .  Hartjord:  Printed  by  E.  Glcason. 

1845.     8vo,  pp.   83,   (l).  HEH.,  P.,  UTS.  93162 

[Stuart].  Hartford  in  the  Olden  Time.  See  Hartford,  no. 
30665,  vol.  8. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  H.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTEX.,  UTS.,  WHS., 
WLC,  Y. 

According  to  Trumbull's  "Memorial  History  of  Hartford  County,"  vol.  i,  1886, 
p.  168,  the  above  was  a  series  of  papers  originally  contributed  by  Stuart  to  the 
"Hartford  Courant." 

Stuart.  Life  of  Captain  Nathan  Hale  the  Martyr-Spy  of  the 
American  Revolution.  By  I.  W.  Stuart.  .  .  .  With  illustrations. 
Hartford:  Published  by  F.  A.  Brown.  1856.  [Verso  of  title:] 
Press  of  Case,  Tiffany  and  Comfany.  i2mo,  pp.  (4),  xii,  (2), 
13-230,  blank  recto,  errata  (i),  including  illustrations.    8  plates. 

B.,  BM.,  C,   H.,  HSP.,  M.,  MINNHS.,   NYH.,  NYP.,  P.,  PEAB.,  WHS., 

WLC,  Y.  +  Second  Edition,  enlarged  and  improved.  Hartford: 
Published  by  F.  A.  Broivn.  New  York,  D.  Affleton  &  Co:  D. 
Burgess  ^  Co.  Boston,  Sanborn,  Carter  ^  Bazin.  1856.  [Verso 
of  title:]  Stereotyped  by  Richard  H.  Hobbs,  Hartford,  Conn. 
i2mo,  pp.   (4),  xii,   (2),   13-271,   12,  including  illustrations.    8 

plates.  AAS.,  C,  HEH.,  M.,  NYP.,  PRINCETON.  93  I  63 

The  appendix  in  both  editions  includes  a  genealogy  of  the  family  of  Captain 
Nathan  Hale  by  Rev.  Edward  E.  Hale,  and  the  diary  of  Nathan  Hale  in  1775  and 
1776. 

Stuart.  Life  of  Jonathan  Trumbull,  Sen.,  Governor  of  Con- 
necticut. By  I.  W.  Stuart.  .  .  .  Boston:  Crocker  and  Brewster. 
1859.  [Verso  of  title:]  R.  H.  Hobbs,  Stereotyfer,  Hartford,  Conn. 
8vo,  pp.  (2),  700,  including  illustrations  in  the  text.  Plate  and  3 
portraits  all  colored,    aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  c,  h.,  heh.,  hsp.,  m., 

MINNHS.,    NYH.,    NYP.,   PEAB.,    UTEX.,    UTS.,   WHS.,    Y.     +   Second 

Edition.    [Same  imprints,  date  and  collation.]      nyp.,  wlc.  93164 

Reissued  from  the  same  plates,  Hartford,  1878. 

Stuart  (J.).  .S^^  Stuart  (James),  b.  1780,  d.  1853. 

Stuart  (J.).  A  Sketch  of  the  Cherokee  and  Choctaw  Indians. 
Little  Rock.    1837.    8vo,  pp.  112.  93165 

Title  from  the  catalogue  of  the  Turner  sale  at  Bangs',  May  28,  i860,  lot  no.  278. 

Stuart  (J.  P.).  5^^  Stuart  (J[ames]  P.). 
Stuart  (J.  T.)   See  Stuart  ([John  Todd]). 


I  go  STUART  (jAMEs). 

Stuart  ([James]),  M.D.,  oj  Philadelphia.  Directions  |  for  | 
Medicine  Chests,  |  prepared  by  [  Bankson  &  Stuart,  |  No.  159, 
South  Front-Street,  |  Philadelphia,  j  With  |  a  Short  Treatise,  |  of 
the  I  Diseases  most  Incident  to  Seamen.  |  By  Dr.  Stuart.  |  Phila- 
delfhioy  I  Printed  by  Ormrod  and  Carrody  at  the  Old  Sign  |  of 
Franklin^ s  Heady  No.  41,  |  Chesnut-Street.  \  May  9,  I  795.  |  8vo, 
pp.  8.  c.  93166 

Name  supplied  from  Philadelphia  directory  for  1795. 

Stuart.  A  |  Dissertation  |  on  the  |  Salutary  Effects  |  of  | 
Mercury,  |  in  |  Malignant  Fevers.  |  By  James  Stuart,  |  a  Native 
of  Virginia,  and  Resident  Member  of  the  |  Academy  of  Medicine 
of  Philadelphia.  |  .  .  .  |  Philadelfhia:  \  Printed  by  Thomas  i^  Sam- 
uel F.  Bradford,  \  No.  8,  South  Front  Street.   \   1 798.  |   8v^o,  pp. 

(12),  37.  AAS.,  AML.,  BM.,  C,  P.  93167 

Reprinted  in  Caldwell's  "Medical  Theses,"  vol.  2,  1806. 

Stuart  (James),  h.  1775,  d.  1849.  -^^'^  jaren  in  Noord 
Amerika,  door  James  Stuart  .  .  .  Gevolgd  naar  den  derden  Engel- 
schen  druk  ...  Gorinchem:  J.  Noorduyn.  1835  [—1836].  3 
vols.,  8vo,  engraved  title,  and  pp.  xvi,  404,  errata  (i),  2  plates; 
engraved  title,  and  pp.  vii,  382;  engraved  title,  and  pp.  vii,  386, 
errata  (i).  c.  93168 

A  Dutch  translation  of  Three  Years  in  North  America,  below. 

Stuart.  Refutation  of  Aspersions  on  "Stuart's  Three  Years  in 
North  America."  By  James  Stuart,  Esq.  .  .  .  London:  Printed  for 
Whittaker  ^  Co.  Ave  Maria  Lane,  ^  Robert  Cadell,  Edinburgh. 
1834.  [Verso  of  title:]  London:  Gilbert  and  Rivingtony  Printer Sy 
St,  John^s  Square.    l2mo,  pp.  108. 

BA.,  BM.,  BODLEIAN,  CAN.ARCH.,  FAC.ADV.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP., 

WLC,  Y.  93169 
Occasioned  by  letters  written  by  Major  Norman  Pringle  to  the  Edinburgh  Evening 
Courant  in  October  and  November,  1833,  reprinted  in  the  appendix,  pp.  87-102. 

Stuart.  Three  Years  in  North  America.  By  James  Stuart, 
Esq.  ...  In  two  volumes.  .  .  .  Edinburgh:  Printed  for  Robert  Ca- 
dell, Edinburgh;  and  Whittaker  and  Co.  London,  mdcccxxxiii. 
[Colophon:]  Edinburgh:  Printed  by  John  Stark,  Old  Assembly 
Close.   2  vols.,  l2mo,  pp.  ix,  495,  (1),  frontispiece  folded  map;  vi, 

(2),    580.      AAS.,    BA.,    C,    CU.,    FAC.ADV.,    H.,    HEH.,    NYP.,    P., 

u.CHic,  UTEX.,  UTS.,  WRHS.  +  Second  Edition,  revised.  [Same 
publishers' imprint  and  date.]  [Colophon:]  London:  Gilbert  and 
Rivington,  Printers,  St.  Jolm^s  Square.    2  vols.,  I2mo,  pp.  xii,  525, 


STUART  (jAMEs).  I9I 

(l);    viii,   544.     BM.,   BODLEIAN,  C,   MINNHS.,  PRINCETON,  Y.     + 

Third  Edition,  revised.  [Same  imprints,  date,  and  collation.]  B., 
H.,  NYP.  +  From  the  Second  London  Edition.  In  two  volumes. 
.  .  .  New-York:  Printed  and  fubl'tshed  by  J .  ^  J .  Harper^  No.  82 
Cliff-Street  .  .  .  1833.   2  vols.,  i2mo,  pp.  334;  (2),  v-vii,  9-337. 

AAS.,  B.,  C,  DERENNE,  HEH.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.,  PEAB.,  PRINCETON, 
For  a  Dutch  translation,  see  Drie  Jaren,  above.        UP.,  WHS.,  WRHS.  9317O 

Stuart  (James),  b.  1780,  d.  1853.  Appendix  to  a  Letter  from 
James  Stiiart,  Esquire,  to  the  Right  Hon.  Lord  Goderich,  &c.,  &c. 
[London.    1831.]    Folio,  pp.  147.  93^71 

Text  in  English  and  French.  Title  from  Gagnon,  vol.  i,  1895. 
For  the  Letter,  see  Copy  of  a  Letter,  below. 

Stuart.  Catalogue  of  the  Library  of  the  late  Hon.  Sir  James 
Stuart,  Bart.,  Chief  Justice  of  Lower  Canada.  Quebec:  Printed  by 
LovelL  i^  LamoureuXj  No.  I2,  Mountain  Street.  1 854.  8vo,  pp. 
125.  NYP.  93172 

Stuart.  Copy  of  a  Letter  from  James  Stuart,  Esq.,  to  the  Right 
Hon.  Lord  Viscount  Goderich,  relating  to  animadversions  and  im- 
putations on  his  conduct  and  character  in  certain  proceedings  of  the 
Assembly  of  Lower  Canada.  [London.  183 1.]  Folio,  pp.  xliii. 
-{-[London.    1831?]    Folio,  pp.  xx,  6 1 .   -\- Quebec.    1832.   Folio. 

BM. 93173 

Texts  in  English  and  French.  Titles  of  the  London  editions  from  Gagnon,  vol.  I, 
1895. 

See  also  Appendix,  above. 

Stuart.  Copy  of  a  Memorial  from  James  Stuart,  Esquire,  His 
Majesty's  Attorney  General  for  the  Province  of  Lower  Canada,  to 
the  Right  Honorable  Lord  Viscount  Goderich,  one  of  His  Majesty's 
principal  Secretaries  of  State.    [London.    1 83 1.]    Folio,  pp.  215. 

Text  in  French  and  English.  Title  and  note  from  Gagnon,  vol.  i,  1895.      Vo     /  t" 
The  BM.  Catalogue  lists  the  copy  of  an  issue  of  the  above,  possibly  the  same,  with 
the  supplied  imprint  and  date,  Quebec,   1832?    and  states  that  it  relates  to  Stuart's 
suspension  by  the  Governor  in  chief  from  the  office  of  Attorney  General. 

Stuart.  Copy  of  a  Petition  from  James  Stuart,  to  His  Majesty 
and  of  a  memoir  or  statement  in  explanation  and  support  of  it,  re- 
lating to  an  address  of  the  Assembly  of  Lower  Canada,  praying  for 
the  dismissal  of  the  said  James  Stuart  from  the  office  of  Aattorney 
[sic]  general  for  that  Province.    [London.    1831?]    Folio,  pp.  70. 

Title  from  Gagnon,  vol.  2,  1913,  including  the  typographical  error.  93^75 


1^2  STUART  (jAMEs). 

Stuart.  Correspondence  of  James  Stuart,  Esquire,  with  the 
Right  Hon.  Spring  Rice,  Lord  Aylmer,  and  others,  on  subjects 
connected  with  his  suspension  and  removal  from  the  office  of  At- 
torney General  of  Lower  Canada,    [n.  f.    1835?]    Folio,  pp.  10. 

NYH. 93176 

Caption  title.  The  letters  are  dated  at  London,  and  Quebec,  the  latest,  "Quebec, 
20th  June,  1835."    Gagnon  supplies  the  imprint,  [London]. 

Stuart.  Letter  from  James  Stuart,  Esq.,  to  the  Right  Hon. 
Lord  Viscount  Goderich,  &c.,  relative  to  certain  false  imputations, 
and  untrue  allegations  of  fact,  made  by  D.  B.  Viger,  Esq.,  in  written 
and  printed  Communications  addressed  to  His  Lordship,  under  the 
title  of  "Observations,  etc".    [London.    1832?]    Folio,  pp.  36. 

93177 

Title  from  Gagnon,  vol.  i,  1895.  For  the  Observations,  see  Viger  (Denis  Ben- 
jamin). 

[Stuart].  Letter  to  his  Majesty's  Under  Secretary  of  State, 
respecting  a  plan  for  a  General  Union  of  the  British  Provinces,  and 
on  the  subject  of  the  proposed  Union  of  the  Canadas.  London: 
Printed  by  W.  Clowes,  Northumberland-Court.  1 824.  8vo,  pp. 
27.  can.arch.,  h.(law).  93178 

Signed  on  p.  23:   J.  Stuart. 

[Stuart].  Observations  on  the  Proposed  Union  of  the  Prov- 
inces of  Upper  and  Lower  Canada,  under  one  legislature,  respect- 
fully submitted  to  his  Majesty's  Government,  by  the  Agent  of  the 
Petitioners  for  that  measure.  London:  Printed  by  William  Cloives, 
Northumberland-Court,   mdcccxxiv.   8vo,  pp.  (4),  1 15. 

CAN.ARCH.,  CAN.PARL.LIB.,  H.(lAw).   93179 

Signed  on  p.  83,  J.  Stuart,  Agent  for  Petitioners  for  Union  of  Upper  and  Lower 
Canada,  and  dated,  London,  June  6,  1823. 

The  above  is  a  description  of  the  h.  copy.  Morgan's  "Bibliotheca  Canadensis," 
1867,  gives  the  collation  as  pp.  114,  and  the  can.arch.  catalogue,  1931,  pp.  US,  8. 

Stuart.  Petition  against  the  Seigniorial  Tenure  Bill  of  1853,  ^Y 
the  late  Sir  James  Stuart.  Quebec:  Printed  by  Lovell  and  Lamou- 
rrux,  Mountain  Street.  [1853.]  Folio,  pp.  5  and  leaf  with  title 
docketed  on  verso.  H.  93  1 80 

Caption  title  on  p.  3:  Petition.  The  foUovv'ing  Petition  ...  was  prepared  by  the 
late  Sir  James  Stuart,  it  having  been  his  intention  to  present  it  to  the  Governor 
General,  had  that  measure  passed  the  Legislative  Council. 

[Stuart].  Remarks  on  a  Plan  Intituled  "A  Plan  for  a  Genaral 
[sic]   Legislative  Union  of  the  British  Provinces,  in  North  Amer- 


STUART  (jAMES    F.).  I  93 

ica."    London:    Printed  by   W.  Ciotvcs,  Northumberland-Court. 

MDCCCXXIV.     8vo,  pp.  20,  C,  CAN.ARCH,  93181 

Attribution  from  Catalogue  of  Pamphlets  ...  in  the  Public  Archives  of  Canada, 
1931.  Improved  entry  of  our  no.  69403,  vol.  16.  Entered  In  c.  printed  cards  under 
title,  with  Major  Wilford  suggested  as  author  because  of  a  reference  in  "Observa- 
tions on  the  policy  of  a  general  union  of  all  the  British  Provinces  of  North  America," 
London,  1824,  p.  4. 

See  also:  Correspondence  between  Lt.-Col.  Glegg  .  .  .  and  James  Stuart,  no.  27567, 
vol.  7. 

Stuart  (James  F.).  Land  Titles  in  California,  n.  f.  [  1 86-?  ] 
Svo,  pp.  1 8.  93182 

Caption  title.    Supplied  from  b.  printed  card  for  a  copy  not  now  located. 

Stuart  (J[ames]  P.).  America  and  the  Americans  versus  the 
Papacy  and  the  Catholics:  a  lecture  delivered  in  the  New  Jerusalem 
Temple,  Cincinnati,  Sunday  evening,  March  6th,  1853.  By  Rev. 
J.  P.  Stuart,  A.M.,  Pastor  of  the  First  New  Jerusalem  Society,  Cin- 
cinnati. Cincinnati:  Published  by  E.  Mendenhally  Walnut  Street^ 
above  Fourth.    1853.    8vo,  pp.  20.  BM.,  hsp.  93183 

Reprinted  in  the  appendix  of  "Popery  Adjudged  .  .  .  extracted  from  the  works  of 
Emanuel  Swedenborg,"  Boston,  1854,  pp.  94—102.   minnhs. 
Author's  name  supplied  from  Cincinnati  directory  for  1853. 

Stuart.  Reasons  for  leaving  the  Presbyterian  Ministry,  and 
adopting  the  principles  of  the  New  Jerusalem  Church.  Being  a 
Letter  to  the  Knox  Presbytery,  and  the  Substance  of  an  Address 
read  before  the  Western  New  Church  Convention,  at  Cincinnati, 
May,  1845.  -^y  Rev-  J-  P-  Stuart,  a.m.  Cincinnati:  Published  by 
A.  Peabody.  W.  L.  Mendenhally  106  Main  Street.  1 845.  l2mo, 
pp.48.  B.  93184 

Stuart  (John),  yd  Earl  of  Bute,  b.  17 13,  d.  1792.  See  A 
Letter  to  the  .  .  .  Earl  of  B***,  no.  40527,  vol.  10. 

Stuart  ([John]),  oj  Greenbrier ^  b.  1749,  d.  1 823.  Memoir 
of  Indian  Wars,  and  other  occurrences;  by  the  late  Colonel  Stuart, 
of  Greenbrier.  Presented  to  the  Virginia  Historical  and  Philosoph- 
ical Society,  by  Chas.  A.  Stuart,  of  Augusta,  son  of  the  narrator. 
^Richmond.    1833.]    8vo,  pp.  [35]-68. 

AAS.,  B.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  M.,  NEWBERRY,  NYP.,  WHS.,  Y.  93  I  85 

Forms  part  of  Va.  Hist.  &  Phil.  Soc.  "Collections,"  vol.  i,  1833. 

According  to  Winsor,  vol.  6,  p.  714,  the  Memoir  was  also  issued  separately,  and  a 
cutting  from  an  unidentified  sale  catalogue  gives  the  title  as  follows:  Memoir  of 
Indian  Wars  and  other  Occurrences  in  the  early  History  of  Western  Virginia,  par- 
ticularly of  the  Battle  of  Point  Pleasant.  By  Col.  John  Stuart  of  Greenbriar,  Va.,  on 
Officer  of  Provincial  Troops  on  that  occasion.    Richmond.    1833.    Svo. 


194  STUART  (jOHn). 

Printed  again  from  the  MS.,  with  a  preliminary  note  signed,  Wm.  McC,  in  Mag. 
of  Amer.  Hist.,  vol.  i,  1877,  pp.  668-679. 

For  a  sketch  of  the  author,  see  West  Va.  Hist.  Mag.  Quart.,  vol.  5,  1905,  pp.  119- 
127. 

[Stuart,  i.e.  .Stewart  (John)],  b.  about  1758,  d.  1834. 
Petitions  from  Prince  Edward  Island.  See  Prince  Edward  Island, 
no.  65636,  vol.  15.   H. 

Signed,  J.  Stewart.  This  cross  reference  should  have  been  made  from  John  Stewart, 
the  author  being  the  John  Stewart  who  wrote  the  "Account  of  Prince  Edward  Island," 
above,    ^ee  Warburton's  "History  of  Prince  Edward  Island,"  1923,  pp.  336-344. 

Stuart  (John),  Assistant-Surgeon  in  H.M.B.  Lady  Franklin. 
The  Relief  of  the  Franklin  Expedition:  What  has  been  done,  and 
what  may  yet  be  donf .  By  John  Stuart,  a.m.  late  Assistant-Surgeon 
in  H.M.B.  Lady  Franklin.  With  an  outline  chart.  Edinburgh:  R. 
Grant  &'  Son,  82  Prince's  Street;  London:  George  Bell,  Fleet 
Street.  Dublin:  /.  Macglashan.  Glasgow:  M.  Ogle  &'  Son. 
Aberdeen:    Leivis  Smith.    MDCCC.Lll.    8vo,  pp.  67.    Folded  map. 

Title  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt.  BM.,  FAC.ADV.,  Y.  93  I  86 

Stuart  (John  A.).  An  Oration,  delivered  before  Harmony 
Lodge  No.  22,  Beaufort,  S.  C.  on  St.  John  the  Evangelist's  Day. 
By  Brother  John  A.  Stuart.  .  .  .  December  27,  1 825.  Charleston^ 
S.C.  Printed  by  C.  C.  Sebring,  No.  4.4.  Queen-St.    1826.    8vo,  pp. 

20.  NVH.  93187 

Stuart  (John  Ferdinand  Dalziel  Smyth).  See  Smyth  (John 
Ferdinand  Dalziel). 

Stuart  ([John  Todd]  ).  Remarks  (in  part)  of  Mr.  Stuart,  of 
Illinois,  in  reply  to  the  Remarks  of  Mr.  Gwin,  in  relation  to  State 
Banks,  &c.  Delivered  in  Committee  of  the  Whole,  House  of  Rep- 
resentatives, June,  1842.  Washington:  Printed  at  the  National 
Intelligencer  Office.    1842.    8vo,  pp.  1 1. 

BM.,  C,  MINNHS.,  NYP.,  WHS.  93188 

Stuart.  Speech  of  Mr.  J.  T.  Stuart,  of  Illinois,  on  the  Tariff 
Bill.  Delivered  in  the  House  of  Representatives  of  the  U.  S.  July 
9,  1842.  Washington:  Printed  at  the  National  Intelligencer  Of- 
fice.   1842.    8vo,  pp.   13.  BM.,  C,  MINNHS.,  NYP.  93189 

Stuart.  Speech  of  the  Honorable  Mr.  Stuart,  of  Illinois.  In  the 
House  of  Representatives,  April  21,  1 840.  In  the  Committee  of 
the  Whole  on  the  state  of  the  Union,  on  the  Civil  and  Diplomatic 
Appropriation  Bill.  [At  foot  of  p.  i :]  Thomas  Allen,  Printer. 
[Boston.    1840.]    8vo,  pp.  15.  AAS.,  NYP.  93190 

Caption  title.    A  Thomas  Allen,  printer,  is  listed  in  the  Boston  directory  for   1840. 


STUART  (m.).  195 

Stuart  (M.).  5^^  Stuart  (Moses). 

Stuart  (M[artinus]  Cohen).  De  eerste  godsdienstoefening  d. 
Puriteinen  in  Noord  Amerika.    Amsterdam,    i860.    8vo.      93 19 1 

Title  from  a  clipping  cut  from  an  unidentified  German  bookseller's  catalogue.  For 
an  English  translation,  see  the  following  title. 

Stuart.  The  Pilgrim  Fathers'  First  Meeting  for  Pubh'c  Wor- 
ship in  North  America.  A  Brief  Historical  Sketch,  illustrative  of  a 
picture  by  J.  Geo.  Schwartze  representing  the  same  subject,  by  M. 
Cohen  Stuart,  Minister  of  the  Gospel  at  Utrecht.  Translated  from 
the  Dutch.    Utrecht:   Kemlnk  and  Son.    i860.    8vo,  pp.  35. 

A  translation  of  De  eerste  godsdienstoefening,  above.         C,  NVP.,  \.   93^9^ 
Reprinted,  Amsterdam,  1866.    c,  nyp.,  y. 

Stuart.  De  Vrij making  van  onze  slaven  de  eisch  en  roeping 
van  dezen  tijd.  Een  woord  des  oogenbliks,  .  .  .  Alkmaar.  1857. 
8vo.  BM.  93193 

Also  other  works  after  i860,  mostly  without  American  interest. 

Stuart  (Moses).  A  Brief  Sketch  of  the  life  and  character  of  Mrs. 
Elizabeth  Adams.  By  Moses  Stuart.  Andover:  Printed  by  Flagg 
and  Gould.    1 829.    8vo,  pp.  23. 

AAS.,  B.,   BA.,   BM.,   C,   H.,   HEH.,   HSP.,    M.,   MINNHS.,   NYH.,   UTS., 

Y.  93194 

Stuart.  Christ  a  Sympathizing  Savior.  A  Sermon  preached  at 
the  funeral  of  Mrs.  Abby  Woods,  wife  of  the  Rev.  Leonard  Woods, 
D.D.  Andover,  Mass.,  Feb.  24,  1846.  By  M.  Stuart.  Andover: 
Allen,  Morrill  and  WardwelL    1 846.    8vo,  pp.  24. 

B.,  BA.,  BM.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  93195 
Pp.  20—24  contain  a  biographical  notice  of  Mrs.  Woods. 

[Stuart].  Civil  Government.  Reprinted  from  the  Princeton 
Review,  for  January,  185  I.   Princeton,  N.J.    185  I.    8vo,  pp.  47. 

"A  study  of  the  application  of  the  fugitive  slave  law." — c.  AAS.,  C.  93^9^ 

Stuart.  Conscience  and  the  Constitution  with  Remarks  on  the 
Recent  Speech  of  the  Hon.  Daniel  Webster  in  the  Senate  of  the 
United  States  on  the  subject  of  Slavery.  By  M.  Stuart  lately  Pro- 
fessor in  the  Theological  Seminary  at  Andover.  .  .  .  Boston:  Pub- 
lished by  Crocker  ^  Brewster.  1850.  [Verso  of  title:]  Andover: 
John  D.  Flagg,  Stereotyfer  and  Printer.   8vo,  pp.  119. 

AAS.,   B.,   BA,,   BM.,    C,   CU.,   H.,    HSP.,    M.,    MINNHS.,   NYH.,    NYP., 
PRINCETON,   UP.,  UTEX.,   UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  93 1 97 


196  STUART  (mOSEs). 

For  replies,  see  the  following:  Clark  (R.  W.))  no.  13362,  vol.  4,  aas.,  b.,  ba., 
BM.,  cu.,  H.,  NYP.,  UTS.;  Jay  (W.),  no.  35863,  vol.  9,  aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  c,  cu., 
GTS.,  UTS.j  Perkins  (G.  W.),  no.  60952,  vol.  14,  bm.,  nyp.  ;  Slavery  among  the 
Puritans,  no.  82074,  vol.  20,  aas.,  b.,  bm.,  m. 

Stuart.  Essay  on  the  Prize-Question,  whether  the  Use  of  Dis- 
tilled Liquors,  or  Traffic  in  them,  is  compatible,  at  the  present  time, 
with  making  a  profession  of  Christianity?  By  Moses  Stuart,  Pro- 
fessor of  Sacred  Literature  in  the  Theological  Seminary,  Andover. 
New-York:  Published  by  John  P.  Haven. — Boston^  Perkins  £ff 
Marvin. — Philadelfhiay  Tower,  J.  ^  D.  M.  Hogan  £ff  Co. — 
Pittsburghy  Hogan  &"  Co.  Flagg  and  Gould — Printers — Andover. 
1830.  8vo,  pp.  70.  AAS.,  B.,  c,  cu.,  NYP.,  UTS.  +  [Same  pub- 
lishers' imprint  and  date.]  i2mo,  pp.  68.  aas.,  nyp.  +  [Same 
title,  with  the  words  "North  America"  following  "Andover".] 
Glasgow:  Printed  for  William  Collins;  Samuel  Bagster,  Jun. 
Whittaker,  Treacher,  £ff  Arnot,  Sim-pkin  ^  Marshall,  and  Hamil- 
ton, Adams,  &  Co.  London  [etc.].  MDCCCXXXi.  [Verso  of  title:] 
Printed  by  W.  Collins  &'  Co.  Glasgow.  8vo,  pp.  47,  advertise- 
ments (l).  NYP.  93198 

Copies  of  one  or  other  of  the  New  York  editions  are  located  also  at  ba.,  bm.,  h., 

HEH.,  M.,  MINNHS.,   P.,   Y. 

Stuart.  An  Essay  upon  the  Wines  and  Strong  Drinks  of  the 
ancient  Hebrews,  .  .  .  being  an  answer  to  the  question,  whether  the 
use  of  distilled  liquors,  or  traffic  in  them,  is  compatible,  at  the  present 
time,  with  making  a  profession  of  Christianity.  By  the  Rev.  Moses 
Stuart  .  .  .  Reprinted  from  the  American  edition.  With  a  preface, 
by  John  Pye  Smith,  d.d.  London:  E.  Wilson.  1 83 1.  8vo,  (2), 
viii,  41.  B.,  c.  93199 

BM.  lists  a  London,  1826,  edition,  which  is  undoubtedly  an  error. 

Stuart.  An  Examination  of  the  Strictures  upon  the  American 
Education  Society,  in  a  late  number  of  the  Biblical  Repertory ;  orig- 
inally published  in  that  work.  By  Moses  Stuart.  [Andover.] 
Printed  by  Flagg  and  Gould.    1 829.    8vo,  pp.  48. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  M.,  UP.,  UTS.,  Y.  932OO 

Apparently  first  issued  without  a  "Postscript,"  pp.  33—48,  not  found  in  some  copies. 
Reprinted  from  vol.  5,  1 829,  pp.  560—601  of  the  "Biblical  Repertory." 
Reprinted   in  "Articles  on  the  American  Education  Society,"  Philadelphia,   1829. 
c,  v. 

Stuart.  AFarewel[l]  Sermon,  preached  at  New-Haven,  Jan- 
uary 28,  1 8 10.  By  Moses  Stuart,  a.m.  Printed  by  the  request  of 
the  Committee  of  the  First  Congregational  Society,  in  New-Haven. 
[New  Haven.]    Sidney's  Press.    1810.    8vo,  pp.  22. 

AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  GTS.,  HEH.,  NYH.,  UTS.,  Y.  93201 


STUART  (mOSEs).  1 97 

Stuart.  A  Letter  to  William  E.  Channing,  d.d.  on  the  Subject 
of  Religious  Liberty.  By  Moses  Stuart,  Professor  of  Sac.  Literature 
in  the  Theol.  Seminary,  Andover.  Boston:  Perkins  &'  Marvin, 
No.  114,  Washington  St.  1830.  8vo,  pp.  52.  aas.,  b.,  h.,  m., 
NYP.,  WHS.  -f-  Second  Edition.  [Same  imprint,  date  and  colla- 
tion.] aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  h.,  m.,  nyh.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  +  Third 
Edition.  [Same  imprint,  date  and  collation.]  aas.,  ba.,  bm.,  h., 
M.,  NYP.,  Y.    +  Fourth  Edition.     [Same  imprint.]     183 1.    8vo, 

pp.  43.  AAS.,  B.,  ba.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYH.  932O2 

For  a  reply,  see  Whitman  (Bernard),  Two  Letters,    uts. 

Stuart.  Letters  from  Professor  Stuart,  of  Andover,  Lucius  M. 
Sargent,  Esq.,  of  Boston,  Gen.  Cocke,  of  Virginia,  and  Rev.  Justin 
Edwards,  d.d.  on  the  Maine  Liquor  Law,  addressed  to  the  editor 
of  the  Temperance  Journal.  .  .  .  New-York:  American  Temper- 
ance Union,  149  Nassau-st.  1 85  I.  [Verso  of  title:]  /.  P.  Prall, 
Printer,  No.  9  Spruce-street,  N.  Y.  8vo,  pp.  16.  nyp.  +  [Same 
imprints,  date  and  collation,  with  "Resolution  of  the  National  Tem- 
perance Convention"  added  on  p.  16.]  nyp.  93203 

Stuart's  and  Sargent's  letters  were  also  issued  in  the  "Maine  Law,"  below. 
Copies  of  one  or  other  of  the  above  issues  are  located  also  at  b.,  ba.,  h.,  y. 

Stuart.  Letters  on  the  Eternal  Generation  of  the  Son  of  God, 
addressed  to  the  Rev.  Samuel  Miller,  d.d.  By  Moses  Stuart  .  .  . 
Andover.  1822.  Published  and  for  sale  by  Mark  Ne^vman.  Flagg 
and  Gould,  Printers.   8vo,  pp.  (4),  166. 

aas.,  B.,  ba.,  BM.,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  932O4 

The  controversy  here  continued  began  in  Stuart's  "Letters  to  Channing,"  below. 
Miller  took  exception  to  some  statements  made  therein,  in  his  "Letters  on  Unitarian- 
ism,"  1821,  and  Stuart  replied  in  the  above  work.  This  was  answered  by  Miller  in 
"Letters  on  the  Eternal  Sonship  of  Christ:  addressed  to  the  Rev.  Professor  Stuart," 
Philadelphia,  1823. 

Stuart.  Letters  to  the  Rev.  Wm.  E.  Channing,  containing 
Remarks  on  his  Sermon,  recently  preached  and  published  at  Balti- 
more. By  Moses  Stuart,  Associate  Professor  of  Sacred  Literature 
in  the  Theological  Seminary,  Andover.  Andover:  Published  by 
Flagg  and  Gould.  1 8 19.  8vo,  pp.  167.  aas.,  b.,  c,  h.,  hsp.,  m., 
Y.  +  Second  Edition,  corrected  and  enlarged.  [Same  imprint  and 
date.]  8vo,  pp.  1 80.  aas.,  ba.,  bm.,  cu.,  gts.,  h.,  m.,  nyp.,  uts., 
WHS.,  Y.  +  Third  edition,  corrected  and  enlarged  from  the  Sec- 
ond.   [Same  imprint  and  date.]    i2mo,  pp.  156. 

aas.,  bm.,  h.,  m.,  nyh.,  nyp.,  uts.,  whs.  93205 

a  criticism  of  Channlng's  "Sermon  ...  at  the  Ordination  of  the  Rev.  Jared 
Sparks,"  1819.  The  bm.  Catalogue  lists  later  editions,  Aberdeen,  1834,  Manchester, 
1834,  and  Cambridge,  1836. 

VOL.  XXIV.  13 


198  STUART  (mOSEs). 

Also:  A  Letter  to  Professor  Stuart,  in  answer  to  his  Letters  to  Rev.  William  E. 
Channing,  and  in  vindication  of  a  large  and  respectable  body  of  the  New  England 
and  other  Clergy,  from  the  unfounded  aspersions  cast  on  them,  in  said  Letters.  .  .  . 
Boston:  Printed  by  Sylvester  T.  Goss,  1 8 19.  8vo,  pp.  22.  aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  h.,  m., 
UTS.  Attributed  by  Gushing  to  Silas  Allen. — Letters  to  Rev.  Moses  Stuart  ...  By 
Walter  Balfour,  of  Charlestown.  .  .  .  Boston:  Published  by  B.  B.  Mussey,  29,  Corn- 
htll.  G.  W.  Stacy — Printer.  1833.  i8mo,  pp.  125,  advertisements  (i).  ba.,  uts. 
According  to  the  introduction,  the  letters  were  originally  published  in  the  Universalist 
Magazine  in  1820  and  182 1,  signed,  "An  Inquirer  after  Truth." — Review  of  "Letters 
to  the  Rev.  Wm.  E.  Channing,  containing  remarks  on  his  sermon,  recently  preached 
and  published  at  Baltimore.  By  Moses  Stuart,  Associate  Professor  of  Sac.  Literature 
in  the  Theological  Sem.  Andover."  From  the  Christian  Disciple  No.  IV.  new  series. 
Boston:  Printed  by  Wells  and  Lilly.  1819.  8vo,  pp.  20.  aas.,  ba.,  m.,  uts.  Attrib- 
uted in  the  m.  catalogue  to  Andrews  Norton. — Impartial  Review.  A  General  Brief 
View  of  the  existing  controversy  between  Unitarians  and  the  Orthodox,  so  called;  as 
it  appears  in  some  late  publications;  more  particularly  in  a  Review  in  "The  Christian 
Disciple,"  of  Professor  Stuart's  Letters,  and  in  Dr.  Wood's  Letters  to  Unitarians. 
By  a  Laical  Observer.  .  .  .  Portsmouth:  Published  by  Harrison  Gray,  1820.  8vo, 
pp.  79.  aas.,  bm.  See  also,  Statement  of  Reasons  for  not  believing  the  Doctrines  of 
Trinitarians,  no.  90713,  vol.  23.  A  number  of  other  pamphlets  were  published  during 
this  controversy. 

Stuart.  The  Maine  Law;  with  the  Opinions  of  Professor  Stu- 
art, of  Andover,  and  Lucius  M.  Sargent,  Esq.,  of  Boston,  on  its 
Excellence  and  Constitutionality.  [Colophon :]  Published  and  Sold 
by  the  American  Temferance  Union,  149  Nassau-st.j  N.  Y. 
[1851].    8vo,  pp.  16.  NYP.  93206 

Caption  title. 

For  another  edition  of  the  Opinions,  see  Letters  from  Professor  Stuart,  above. 

Stuart.  Miscellanies  consisting  of  1.  Letters  to  Dr.  Channing 
on  the  Trinity.  IL  Two  Sermons  on  the  Atonement.  IIL  Sacra- 
mental Sermon  on  the  Lamb  of  God.  IV.  Dedication  Sermon — 
Real  Christianity.  V.  Letter  to  Dr.  Channing  on  Religious  Liberty. 
VL  Supplementary  Notes  and  Postscripts  of  new  additional  matter. 
By  M.  Stuart .  .  .  Andover:  Allen,  Morrill,  and  War  dwell.  New- 
York:  Mark  H.  Newman.  1846.  l2mo,  pp.  xi,  369.  AAS.,  BM., 
H.,  UTS.,  Y.  +  New  York:  Van  Nostrand  &'  Terrett,  123  Fulton 
Street.  1 85 1.  [Same  collation.]  BA.,  nyp.  -\-  Andover:  Warren 
F.Drafer.    1857.    [Same  collation.]  cu.,  UTS.  93207 

Stuart.  Mr.  Webster's  Andover  Address  and  his  Political 
Course  while  Secretary  of  State.  The  Publishers  have  no  authority 
to  designate  the  authorship  of  the  following  pages;  but  from  various 
circumstances,  they  infer  the  probabilit}',  that  they  were  written  by 
Prof.  Stuart,  of  Andover.  Essex  County  {^Mass.^^:  Published  for  I 
Distribution.    1844.    8vo,  pp.  20. 

AAS.,    B.,   BA.,   C,    cu.,    H.,    HEH.,    M.,    MINNHS.,    NYP.,    UP.,    UTS., 
Signed  Civis.  WHS.,  Y.  93208 


STUART  (mOSEs).  I99 

Stuart.  Scriptural  View  of  the  Wine-question,  in  a  Letter  to 
the  Rev.  Dr.  Nott,  President  of  Union  College.  By  ?vl,  Stuart  .  .  . 
New-York:  Leavitty  Troiv  ^  C omfany y  Pr'interSy  No.  33  Ann- 
Str-eet.    1 848.    8vo,  pp.  64. 

B.,  BM.,  CU.,  GTS.,  H.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  WHS.  932O9 

On  cover:  New-York:  Leavitt,  Trozv  and  Company,  Publishers,  No.  191  Broad- 
way.   1848. 

For  an  answer,  see  James  Lillie's  "Reply  to  Professor  Stuart  and  President  Nott 
on  the  Wine  Question,"  Philadelphia,  1848.    nyp.,  uts. 

Stuart.  A  Sermon  delivered  before  His  Excellency  Levi  Lin- 
coln Esq.  Governor,  His  Honor  Thomas  L.  Winthrop  Lieutenant 
Governor,  the  Hon.  Council,  the  Senate,  and  House  of  Representa- 
tives of  the  Commonwealth  of  Massachusetts.  May  30,  1827 — 
being  the  Day  of  General  Election.  By  Moses  Stuart  .  .  .  Boston: 
True  and  Greeney  State  Printers — 1 827.    8vo,  pp.  42.    AAS.,  B., 

BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS., 

WHS.,  Y.  93210 
See  also,   Hosea  Ballou's   "Orthodoxy  unmasked.    A  Sermon   ...   in  which  some 
notice  is  taken  of  Professor  Stuart's  election  sermon,"  Boston,  1827.    aas.,  bm.,  c. 

Stuart.  A  Sermon,  delivered  by  request  of  the  Female  Chari- 
table Society  in  Salem,  at  their  Anniversary  the  first  Wednesday  in 
August,  A.D.  1 8 15.  By  Moses  Stuart  .  .  .  Andover:  Printed  by 
Flagg  and  Gould.    1 8  15.    8vo,  pp.  32. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  M.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  932  I  I 

"An  Account  of  the  'Salem  Female  Charitable  Society,'  "  forms  pp.  23-32. 

Stuart.  A  Sermon  occasioned  by  the  Completion  of  the  New 
College  Edifice  for  the  use  of  the  Theological  Seminary  at  Andover, 
and  delivered  Sept.  13,  1 82 1.  By  Moses  Stuart .  .  .  Andover.  Pub- 
lished by  Flagg  and  Gould.    1 82  I.    8vo,  pp.  46. 

aas.,   B.,   BA.,   BM.,   H.,   HEH.,   M.,   NYH.,    NYP.,   P.,   UTS.,   WHS.,   Y. 

93212 

Stuart.  A  Sermon  preached  at  the  Dedication  of  the  Church 
in  Hanover  Street,  Boston,  March  I,  1826.  By  M.  Stuart  .  .  . 
Andover:  Printed  by  Flagg  and  Gould.    1 826.    8vo,  pp.  35. 

AAS.,  B.,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.,  UTS.,  Y.  932  I  3 
See  also  "Dr.  Sprague's  Reply  to  Professor  Stuart's  Letter,"  1835,  in  notes  follow- 
ing no.  89744,  vol.  23. 

For  a  list  of  Stuart's  writings,  including  religious  works  omitted  here,  see  E.  A. 
Park's  "Discourse"  at  his  funeral,  1852,  pp.  51—54. 

[Stuart  (Richardson),  and  others.']  The  Address  of  the 
Grand  Jury,  to  the  Court  of  Oyer  and  Terminer,  &c.  for  Baltimore 


200  STUART  (t.  c). 

County,  to  the  charge  deh'vered  to  them  by  the  Chief  Justice,  and 
the  Reply  of  the  Court  to  that  Address.  Baltimore:  From  the 
Diamond  Press,  No,  12,  Light  street.    1 8 13.    8vo,  pp.  24. 

BA.  93214 

Address  signed  on  p.  7  by  Richardson  Stuart,  Foreman,  and  other  members  of  the 
Grand  Jury. 

Improved  title  of  no.  301 1,  vol.  i. 

[Stuart  (T.  C.)].  Missionary  Paper,  No.  12.  Missionary 
Biography.    [BostonF    1830.?]    i2mo,  pp.  16.  nyp.  93215 

Caption  title. 

Consists  of  three  narratives:  Naomi,  a  Cherokee  Woman.  (Communicated  by 
Missionaries  at  Dwight.) — Sarah,  an  African  Woman.  (Communicated  by  Rev. 
T.  C.  Stuart,  of  the  Chickasaw  Mission.) — John  Arch,  a  Cherokee  Young  Man. 
(Compiled  from  communications  of  Missionaries  in  the  Cherokee  Nation.) 

Cushman  states  that  T.  C.  "Stewart,"  under  the  auspices  of  the  Synod  of  South 
Carolina,  founded  the  mission  to  the  Chickasaw  Indians,  in  Monroe  County,  Mis- 
sissippi, in  1821.  See  his  "History  of  the  Choctaw,  Chickasaw  and  Natchez  Indians," 
1899, pp.  418-420. 

Stuart  (Thomas  Middleton).  An  Oration  delivered  on  the 
Fourth  of  July,  1821,  and  published  at  the  request  of  the  Philo- 
mathean  Society  of  Beaufort,  S.  C.  by  Thomas  Middleton  Stuart, 
a  member  of  the  Society,  Charleston:  Gould  and  Riley,  frinters, 
20  Broad-street.    1821.    8vo,  pp.  15.  nyh.  93216 

Stuart  (William).  An  |  Oration,  |  delivered  before  the  | 
Uranian  Society,  |  in  the  |  City  of  New-York,  |  At  a  Quarterly 
Meeting,  on  Tuesday,  the  12th  of  March,  1793.  |  By  William 
Stuart.  I  ...  I  New-York:  \  Printed  by  T.  and  J.  Swords,  No.  27, 
William-Street.  \  — 1794. —  [  8vo,  pp.  23.     H.,  nyh.,  nyp.  932  17 

Half  title:  An  Oration  on  Faction. 

Stuart  (William),  b.  1788?  Sketches  of  the  Life  of  William 
Stuart,  the  first  and  most  celebrated  counterfeiter  of  Connecticut; 
comprising  startling  details  of  daring  feats  performed  by  himself 
...  As  given  by  himself.  Bridgefort:  Printed  and  Published  for 
the  Author.    1854.   Square  i6mo,  pp.  223. 

B.,  C,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  932  I  8 

Stuart  (William),  of  Binghamfton.  Address  delivered  before 
the  People's  College  Association,  at  its  annual  meeting,  on  Wed- 
nesday, the  1 2th  day  of  August,  1857,  by  William  Stuart,  Esq.  .  .  . 
Binghamfton:  Printed  at  the  Daily  Refublican  Office.  [185 7.] 
8vo,  pp.  26.  H.  93219 

Relates  to  the  origin  and  progress  of  the  People's  College. 
Stuart  was  the  editor  of  the  Republican. 


STUART    &    MARSH.  201 

Stuart  &  Marsh.  Engineers'  Report  for  supplying  the  City  of 
Rochester  with  water.  See  Stuart  (  [Charles  Beebe]  ). 

Stuart,  Edwards  &  Brown.  The  Income  Tax.  See  Springer 
(William  McKendree),  no.  89841,  vol.  23. 

Stuart- Wortley  (Emmeline  [Charlotte  Elizabeth  Man- 
ners]). Travels  in  the  United  States,  etc.  during  1849  ^'^^  1850. 
By  the  Lady  Emmeline  Stuart  Wortley.  In  three  volumes.  .  .  . 
London:  Richard  Bentley,  New  Burlington  Street,  Publisher  in 
Ordinary  to  Her  Majesty.  185 1.  [Verso  of  title:]  London: 
Printed  by  Samuel  Bentley  &'  Co.,  Bangor  House,  Shoe  Lane.  3 
vols.,  i2mo,  pp.  XV,  307;  (2),  v-xi,  35 1;  vii,  316.  BM.,  c,  cu., 
MINNHS.,  NYP.  +  New  York:  Harfer  &'  Brothers,  Publishers, 
82  Clif  Street.  1851.  l2mo,  pp.  463.  BM.,  c,  CU.,  H.,  heh., 
NYP.,  PRINCETON,  UTEX.  +  Paris:  A.  and  W.  Galignani  and 
C°.  Rue  Vivienne,  N°  18.  Baudry's  European  Library.  Qual 
Malaquais,  N°  2'  1 85  I.  [Verso  of  half-title:]  Paris — Printed  by 
E.  Briere,  rue  Sainte-Anne,  55.    8vo,  pp.  (4),  236.      nyp.  93220 

Printer's  imprint  on  verso  of  title  in  vol.  3  of  the  London,  1 85 1,  edition:  London: 
Printed  by  Sckulze  and  Co.,  13,  Poland  Street. 

Retold  by  Mrs.  Nina  Cust,  with  many  quotations  from  the  original,  in  "Wan- 
derers," London,  [1928].   c,  cu.,  nyp. 

Stuart- Wortley.  &c.  By  the  Lady  Emmeline  Stuart  Wort- 
ley. London:  Thomas  Bosworth,  21^  Regent  Street.  MDCCCLIII. 
[Verso  of  title:]  London:  Printed  by  G.  Barclay,  Castle  St. 
Leicester  Sq.  8vo,  pp.  xii,  errata  (i),  verso  blank,  452  (misnum- 
bered  450).   Frontispiece.  BM.,  c,  minnhs.,  nyp.  93221 

On  p.  vii:  "My  book  of  American  Travels  was  called  'Travels  in  the  United 
States,  &c.,'  and  that  '&c.'    I  propose  now,  in  this  little  work,  to  take  up  again." 

Stubbe  (Henry),  b.  1606?  d.  1678.  Conscience  |  the  |  Best 
Friend  |  upon  Earth:  |  or,  |  The  Happy  Effects  |  Of  Keeping  |  A 
Good  Conscience.  |  Very  Useful  for  this  Age.  |  By  Henry  Stubbes, 
Minister  |  of  the  Gospel.  |  .  .  .  |  Boston,  Re  printed  by  B.  Green  ^ 
J.  Allen,  I  jor  Nicholas  Buttolfh,  and  are  to  be  \  Sold  at  his  Shop  at 
the  corner  oj  \  Gutteridg^s  Coffee-House.  1699.  |  I2mo,  pp.  (20), 
64.  A-G  in  sixes.  JCB.,  nyp.  +  [Same  imprint  and  collation.] 
1700.  AAS.  93222 

First  edition,  London,  1677.   bm. 

The  author's  name  was  spelled  Stubbe,  Stubbes,  or  Stubbs.  The  entry  of  the  first 
edition,  in  the  Easter  Term  Catalogue,  1677,  has  the  spelling  "Stubbe." 

Stubbe.  Conscience  ]  the  |  Best  Friend  |  upon  |  Earth  |  or,  | 
The  happy  Effects  |  Of  keeping  a  Good  |  Conscience.  |  Very  Useful 


202  STUBBE. 

for  this  Age.  |  By  Henry  Stubbes,  [  Minister  of  the  Gospel.  |  .  .  .  | 
Boston^  Re-frinted  by  T.  Fleets  for  |  Nicholas  Buttolfh,  near  Gut- 
teridg^s  \  Cojjee-House  in  Cornhill,  17 14.  |  l2mo,  pp.  (19),  62, 
advertisement  ( I ).  aas.  93223 

Stubbe  (Henry),  b.  1632,  d.  1676.  The  |  Indian  Nectar,  |  or 
a  I  Discourse  |  concerning  |  Chocolata:  |  wherein  |  The  Nature  of 
the  Cacao-nut,  and  the  other  Ingredi-  |  ents  of  that  Composition,  is 
examined,  and  stated  |  according  to  the  Judgment  and  Experience 
of  the  I  Indians,  and  Spanish  Writers,  who  h'ved  in  the  Indies,  | 
and  others;  with  sundry  additional  Observations  |  made  in  Eng- 
land: The  ways  of  compounding  and  |  preparing  Chocolata  are 
enquired  into;  its  Effects,  as  |  to  its  alimental  and  Venereal  quality, 
as  well  as  Medi-  |  cinal  (especially  in  Hypochondriacal  Melancholy) 
are  |  fully  debated.  Together  with  a  Spagyrical  Analysis  |  of  the 
Cacao-nut,  performed  by  that  excellent  Chy-  ]  mist.  Monsieur  le 
Febure,  Chymist  to  His  Majesty.  |  By  Henry  Stubbe  formerly  of 
Ch.  Ch.  in  Oxon.  Physician  |  for  His  Majesty,  and  the  Right  Hon- 
ourable Thomas  Lord  |  Windsor  in  the  Island  of  Jamaica  in  the 
West-Indies.  |  .  .  .  |  London,  Printed  by  J.  C.  for  Andrew  Crook 
at  the  Sign  of  the  Green  \  Dragon  in  St.  Paul's  Church-yard.  1 662. 
I  8vo,  pp.  (15),  184.   A-M  in  eights,  N  in  four. 

BM.,  BODLEIAN,  C,  JCB.,  NYH.,  NYP.  93224 

[Stubbe].  A  |  Justification  |  of  the  |  Present  War  |  against 
the  I  United  Netherlands.  |  Wherein  |  The  Declaration  of  His 
Majesty  is  Vindicated,  |  and  the  War  proved  to  be  Just,  Honour- 
able, and  Necessary;  |  The  Dominion  of  the  Sea  Explained,  and 
His  I  Majesties  Rights  thereunto  Asserted;  |  The  Obligations  of 
the  Dutch  to  England,  and  Their  Continual  Ingratitude:  |  Illus- 
trated with  Sculptures.  |  In  Answer  to  a  Dutch  Treatise  Entituled, 
Considerations  |  upon  the  Present  State  of  the  United  Netherlands. 
I  By  an  English  Man.  |  •  •  •  |  London.  \  Printed  for  Henry  Hills 
and  John  Starkey,  and  are  to  be  Sold  at  the  Bell  \  in  St.  Pauls 
Chti[r^ch-yard  and  the  Mitre  ■ivithin  Temple-Bar,  iSjl.  \  Small 
4to,  pp.  (8),  80.   2  folded  plates.   A-L  in  fours. 

BM.,  BODLEIAN,  C,  FAC.ADV.,  NYP.  93225 

Cont.iins  incidental  references  to  America.  Reprinted  in  the  following  year  with 
the  avithor's  name  included  in  the  title,  bm.,  nyp.  "A  Further  Justification  .  .  ." 
was  published  in  1673.    bm.,  c,  fac.adv.,  nyh.,  nyp. 

The  autiior's  name  was  also  spelled  "Stubbs"  and  "Stubhes,"  and  he  was  the  son 
of  the  preceding  Henry  Stubbe.    See  Diet.  Nat.  Biog. 

Stubbes  (Henry).   5r<' Stubbe  (Henry),  /;.  l6o6?  d.  1678. 


STUBBIN.  203 

[Stubbin  (James)].  "Is  it  Lawful  to  Poison  our  Neighbour?" 
America  contrasted  with  England;  or,  once  well  begun  is  half  done. 
[At  foot  of  p.  I :]  Printed  by  Walls  and  Fargher^  at  the  Temper- 
ance Guardian,  and  Rechabite  Journal  Office,  Douglas,  Isle  of 
Man.    [1838.]    i6mo,  pp.  16.  nyp.  93226 

Caption  title.   Signed  and  dated:  James  Stubbin.  g,  Finsbury  Place,  London,  1838. 

Stubbs  (Alfred).  A  Pastoral  Letter  to  the  Parishioners  of  Christ 
Church,  New-Brunswick,  in  reference  to  the  Charge  of  "False 
Representations"  preferred  by  four  laymen  of  the  Diocese  of  New- 
Jersey,  against  their  Bishop.  By  the  Rev.  Alfred  Stubbs.  New- 
Brunswick:   A.  Ackerman,  Publisher,  No.  5  Peace-Street.    1852. 

I2mo,  pp.  13.  B.,  BM.,  CU.,  PRINCETON,  UTS.  93227 

Stubbs.  A  Record  of  Christ  Church,  New-Brunswick,  Diocese 
of  New-Jersey.  By  the  Rev.  Alfred  Stubbs,  rector  of  the  Parish. 
New-York:  Daniel  Dana,  Jr.,  No.  20  John-Street.  1850.  [Verso 
of  title:]    Pudney  &'  Russell,  Printers.   8vo,  pp.  32. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  H.,  HSP.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  PRINCETON,  WHS.,  Y.  93228 

A  revised  edition  with  additions  was  printed  in  New  Brunswick,  in  1865,  h.,  nyh., 
NYP.,  Y.,  and  again  in  1876,  nyh. 

Stubbs  (Henry).  5^^  Stubbe  (Henry). 

Stubbs  (Robert).  Browne's  Western  Calendar,  or,  the  Cin- 
cinnati Almanac,  for  .  .  .  Eighteen  Hundred  &  Seven  ...  By  Robert 
Stubbs,  Philomathes.  .  .  .  Cincinnati:  Printed  at  the  Press  of  John 
W.  Browne,  Office  of  Liberty  Hall.  Great  allowance  to  those  who 
purchase  wholesale.    [1806.]    8vo,  pp.  (32). 

HEH.,  NYP.,  WRHS.  93229 

The  previous  issue  was  calculated  by  William  M'Farland.  Later  issues  have  been 
located  as  follows:    for  1808,  wrhs.;  for  1809,  hist.  &  phil.  soc.  c,  m.;  for  1810, 

HEH.,    M.;    for    181I,    HEH.,    HIST.    &    PHIL.    SOC.    C,    M.  j  for    l8l2,    AAS.,    HIST.    &    PHIL. 

SOC.  o.,  M.,  WRHS.;  for  18 13,  hist.  &  phil.  soc.  o.,  m.  Thomson's  Bibliography  of 
Ohio  includes  an  issue  for  1816.  Several  of  the  locations  are  taken  from  Rusk's 
"Literature  of  the  Middle  Western  Frontier,"  1925.  The  title  varies,  some  of  the 
issues  having  the  titles,  "Browne's  Cincinnati  Almanac,"  or  "The  Western  Cal- 
endar .  .  ." 

Stubbs.   The  Kentucky  Farmer's  Almanac,  for  .  .  .  181 1 ;  .  . .  jN  ck^'^ 

Calculated  by  Robert  Stubbs.  Lexington,  Ky.  Printed  by  Wm.  TV.  /j  1/ 1  y  / 

Worsley,  and  sold,  wholesale  and  retail,  by  Self,  and  Maccoun,  Til-  '  '  t  f  0  I 

ford  &  Co.    [1810.]    l2mo,  pp.  (36).  '  .%^ 

AAS.,  LOUISVILLE  P.L.,  WHS.  9323O  j  "7     j   '^ 

The    Kentucky    Farmer's   Almanac   for    18 10,    whs.,    was    "calculated   by   George  '  ^^^ 

Brown,  Jun.  of   Kentucky,"  who  also  compiled  the  "Western   Farmer's  Almanac."  ,    \0  ,   Q^ 
Information  supplied  by  Annie  A.  Nunns. 

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204  STUBBS. 

Later  issues  are  located  as  follows:    for  1812,  aas.,  louisville  p.  l.,   whs.;   for 

1813,    LOUISVILLE    p.    L.,    WHS.  j     for    1814,    HEH,,    LOUISVILLE    P.    L.,    WHS.  j     for    l8l5, 

WHS.;  for  1 81 6,  aas.;  for  1817,  Georgetown,  whs.;  for  1818,  Georgetown,  whs.; 
for  1822,  Frankfort,  louisville  p.  l.  Several  locations  from  Rusk's  "Literature  of 
the  Middle  Western  Frontier,"  1925.  The  title  varies,  "Kentucky"  not  always  being 
included  in  the  beginning. 

Stubbs.  The  Ohio  Almanac,  for  .  .  .  1806.  ...  By  Robert 
Stubbs,  Philomathes.  Cincinnati:  Printed  by  Josefh  Carf enter. 
[1805.]    i2mo,  pp.  36.  HEH.  93231 

Issues  for  1814  and  for  1815  are  located  at  aas.  and  heh.  respectively. 

[Stubbs  (Samuel)].  A  Compendious  Account  of  the  most  Im- 
portant Battles  of  the  Late  War,  to  which  is  added,  the  curious 
adventures  of  Corporal  Samuel  Stubbs,  (a  Kentuckian  of  65  years 
of  age.)  Who,  in  the  late  War,  patriotically  volunteered  his  serv- 
ices and  nobly  distinguished  himself  in  the  battles  of  Queenstown — 
French  Town — Little  York,  Chippewa — New-Orleans,  &c.  .  .  . 
Boston — Printed  by  William  Walter.  18 1 7.  i2mo,  pp.  24.  Fron- 
tispiece portrait.  aas.,  nyh.  93232 

The  Compendious  Account,  pp.  3—14,  is  an  abridgement  of  John  Lathrop's  anony- 
mous "Compendious  History  of  the  Late  War,"  no.  15043,  vol.  4.    aas.,  b.,  c,  nyp. 

A  reprint,  New  York,  [1915],  forms  no.  5  of  "Heartman's  Historical  Series,"  and 
another,  Tarrytown,  1929,  pp.  193— 211  of  extra  no.  152  of  the  "Magazine  of 
History." 

Stuben.  See  Steuben. 

Stubs  (Philip).  An  Account  of  the  Propagation  of  the  Gospel 
in  Foreign  Parts.   London.    1843.   Folio-  BM.  93233 

Caption  title. 

For  other  editions,  see  Society  for  the  Propagation  of  the  Gospel  in  Foreign  Parts, 
no.  85932,  vol.  21. 

Stvcken  Gemencioneert  in  den  Bycorff.  See  [Usselincx  (Wil- 
lem)]. 

Stuckle  (Henri).  Voies  de  communication  aux  Etats-Unis, 
etude  technique  et  administrative,  par  Henri  Stuckle,  ancien  di- 
recteur  des  chemins  de  fer  d'Alsace  (annees  1842  et  1843).  P^f^^-' 
Carilian-Goeury  et  V'"'  Dal?nont,  ^diteurs,  Libraires  des  Corps 
royaiix  des  fonts  et  chaussees  et  des  niineSy  Qiiai  des  Augustins,  W^ 
39  et  41.  1847.  [Verso  of  half  title:]  Paris. — Imprimerie  de 
Fain  et  Thunoty  Rue  Racine^  28,  pres  de  VOdcon.  8vo,  pp.  viii, 
470,  errata  (i).   Folded  map,  and  6  folded  tables. 

BM.,  C,  NYH.,  NYP.  93234 
Stuckle  published  several  works  on  American  railways  and  canals  after  i860. 


STUCLEY.  205 

Stucley  (Lewis).  To  the  Kings  most  Excellent  Maiestie,  See 
Raleigh  (W.),  note  following  no.  67550,  vol.  16. 

BM.,  BODLEIAN,  HEH.,  JCB.,  NYP.  93235 

There  are  at  least  two  variant  issues,  as  the  facsimile  of  the  tailpiece  of  the  Church 
copy,  now  heh.,  found  in  the  Church  Catalogue,  differs  from  that  of  the  nyi>.  copy. 
For  a  Dutch  translation,  see  note  following  no.  67592,  vol.  16. 

Studdiford  (Peter).  A  |  Funeral  Sermon,  |  On  the  Death  of 
the  I  Rev.  Jacob  R.  Hardenbergh,  d.d.  |  President  of  |  Queen's 
College,  I  and  |  Pastor  of  the  Dutch  Church  |  In  New-Brunswick; 
I  Departed  this  Life,  November  2,  1790.  |  in  the  55th  year  of  his 
age.  I  By  Peter  Studdiford,  a.m.  |  Neiv-Brunszvick:  \  Printed  by 
A braham  Blauvelt.  |  M,DCC,xci.  [  8vo,  pp.  23.         c,  nyh.  93236 

Pp.  20—23  contain  an  elegy  "by  a  friend." 

Studdiford  (Peter  O.).  The  Privileges  and  Responsibilities  of 
our  Country.  An  Oration:  delivered  on  the  Fourth  of  July,  a.d., 
1846,  in  the  Reformed  Dutch  Church  of  Readington,  by  the  Rev. 
Peter  O.  Studdiford,  d.d.  of  Lambertville,  N.  J.  .  .  .  New-Bruns- 
wick:   Press  of  J.   Terhune,  xxvii  Albany  Street,    mdcccxlvi. 

SVO,  pp.  17.  NYH.  93237 

Student,  fseud.  The  Essayist,  or  Literary  Cabinet;  containing 
Essays,  Dissertations,  &c.  on  various  subjects.  To  which  is  added,  an 
Oration  on  the  Completion  of  the  Grand  Canal;  pronounced  be- 
fore a  literary  society,  in  this  city,  Nov.  4,  1825.  ...  By  a  Student. 
New-York:  Printed  jar  the  Author.    1826.   8vo,  pp.  83. 

NYP.  93238 

Student,  fseud.  The  Indian  Queen  of  Chenango:  a  Poem  in 
four  cantos.  By  a  Student.  .  .  .  Oxford  \^N.  Y.]  ;  Printed  by  La  F. 
Leal.    1844.    i8mo,  pp.  64.  nyp.  93239 

Attributed  to  Frederick  Stanley  Montgomery  Willoughby  in  Galpin's  "Annals  of 
Oxford,  New  York,"  1906,  p.  205. 

Student,  fseud.  A  Letter  to  Mr.  Nicholas  Chester,  in  answer 
to  his  dogmatical  one,  addressed  to  the  Rev.  George  Strebcck; 
wherein  his  doctrine  of  universal  restoration,  is  scripturally  refuted; 
and  the  Doctrine  of  the  eternity  of  hell  torments,  proved  from 
scripture  authority.  By  a  Student.  .  .  .  New  York:  Printed  by  L. 
Nichols,  for  the  author.    1803.    l2mo,  pp.  (2),  32. 

NYH.,  Y.  93240 
In  a  MS.   note  on  the   title  page  of  the  y.  copy:    "By  Alexr.   Gunn,   Student  of 

Columbia  College." 

A  reply  to  Chester's  "Letter  to  Rev.  George  Strebeck  containing  a  Candid  Review 

of  three  sermons   On  Wrath  to  come,  preached  and  published  by  that  gentleman," 

New  York,  1803.    NYH. 


206  STUDENT    AT    LAW. 

A  Student  at  Law,  fseud.  Trial  of  Joseph  N.  Cardinal,  and 
others.  To  which  are  added,  the  Argumentative  Petition  in  favour 
of  the  Prisoners,  and  several  other  precious  documents,  &c.  &c.  &c. 
By  a  Student  at  Law.  Montreal:  John  Lovelly  Printer,  St.  Nich- 
olas Street.    1839.  .  .  .  8vo,  pp.  141.  NYP.  93241 

Among  those  present  at  the  trial,  listed  on  pp.  3—4,  appears  the  name  of  "Francis 
Johnson,  Student  at  Law,  [who]  performs  the  duty  of  Reporter." 

Also  issued  in  French,  as  follows: 

Proces  de  Joseph  N.  Cardinal,  et  autres.  Auquel  on  a  joint  la  requete  argumenta- 
tive en  faveur  des  prisonniers,  et  plusieurs  autres  documents  precieux,  &c.  &c.  &c.  Par 
un  etudiant  en  droit.    Montreal:    John  Lovell,  impritneur,  Rue  St.  Nicolas.    1839. 

.  .  .   8V0,  pp.    144,    (l).     NYP. 

An  Account  of  this  trial  is  included  in  State  Trials,  Court  Martial,  1838-9,  exhib- 
iting history  of  late  rebellion  in  Lower  Canada,  Montreal,  1839. 

Student  at  Law,  fseud.  Twilight;  a  Poem.  See  [Knight 
(Frederick)],  no.  381 13,  vol.  9.   aas.,  ba.,  y. 

Student  at  Yale  College,  fseud.  College  Almanack,  1761. 
I  An  Astronomical  Diary;  or  an  |  Almanack  |  For  ...  |  176 1.  | 
[8  lines]  I  By  a  Student  at  Yale-College.  |  [ii  lines.]  |  New- 
Haven,  I  Printed  and  sold  by  James  Parker  and  Comfany,  at  \  the 
Post-Office.  I  [1760.]  i2mo,  pp.  (16).  Y.  -|-  For  ...  1762. 
.  .  .  New-Haven:  Printed  and  sold  by  Parker  and  Comfany. 
i2mo,  pp.  (16).  CHS.,  Y.  93242 

Bates'  Connecticut  Almanacs,  p.  27,  and  Dexter's  Yale  Graduates,  vol.  2,  p.  752, 
attribute  to  Joseph  Huntington. 

See  also,  below.  Student  of  Yale  College. 

Student  of  Dickinson  College,  fseud.  The  Story  of  Pale- 
mon  and  Eliza.   See  no.  92342,  vol.  24. 

Student  of  Harvard  University,  fseud.  The  |  Triumphs  | 
of  I  Superstition:  |  an  |  Elegy.  |  By  a  Student  of  Harvard  Univer- 
sity. I  ...  I  Printed  at  Boston,  \  by  Isaiah  Thomas  and  Ebene-zer  T. 
Andrew's.  \  At  Faust^s  Statue,  No.  45,  Netubury  Street.  \  MDCCXC.  [ 
4to,  pp.  16.  AAS.  93243 

Improved  title  of  no.  30520,  vol.  8,  entered  under  the  author,  Thaddeus  Mason 

Harris. 

Student  of  Law,  fseud.  Fellow  Citizens,  Friends  |  to  Liberty 
and  equal  Commerce.  |  \_New  York.    1 7 73.]    Folio,  pp.  4. 

Caption  title.  C,  NYH.,  NYP.  93244 

Signed  and  dated:   "A  Student  of  Law.    New-York,  Nov.  19,  1773." 

In  favor  of  non-importation  of  tea,  answering  Poplicola's  arguments.    See  Evans, 

nos.  12956  and  12957.    For  a  reply  by  Popllcola,  see  To  the  Worthy  Inhabitants  of 

the  City  of  New-York,  Evans  no.  12955. 


STUDENT    OF    YALE.  207 

Student  of  Yale  College,  fseud.  College  Almanack,  |  For 
•••I  ^ll?)^  I  [19  l'"^s]  I  By  a  Student  of  ^'ale-College.  |  [14 
lines.]  I  New-Haven:  Printed  ^  sold  by  T.  i^  S.  Green.  I 
[1772.]    i2mo,  pp.  (16).  Y.  93245 

Title  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt. 

"The  author  indicates,  without  saying  so  directly,  that  he  is  a  student  at  Yale  and 
dedicates  his  almanac  to  'his  Fellow  Students.'  It  seems  not  improbable  that  Noah 
Atwater  of  New  Haven,  a  graduate  of  Yale  in  the  class  of  1774,  was  the  author  of 
this  almanac.  He  is  the  only  student  in  the  College  at  this  time  who  is  known  to 
have  been  'distinguished  for  his  attainments  in  natural  philosophy  and  astronomy.' 
It  seems  improbable  that  Prof.  Nehemiah  Strong  would  have  thus  masqueraded  as  a 
student  and  issued  an  almanac,  and  much  more  likely  that  it  was  the  work  of  an 
actual  student,  done  under  the  Professor's  instruction." — Bates'  Connecticut  Al- 
manacs, pp.  35-36. 

See  also,  above.  Student  at  Yale  College. 

Miss  Pratt  states  that  the  Yale  library  has  no  record  of  an  almanac  with  this  title 
between  the  issues  for  1762  and  1773. 

The  Student's  Companion.  Januar)^  183 1.  By  the  Knights  of 
the  Round  Table.  New-Haven:  Printed  and  fublished  by  Baldwin 
and  Treadway.    1 83 1.    8vo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  56. 

BA.,  H.,  Y.  93246 

Issued  monthly  from  January  to  April,  1831.  No  further  numbers  have  been  lo- 
cated. An  article  on  the  history  of  Yale  College  is  continued  through  these  four 
numbers. 

Student's  Magazine.  Published  at  the  Pennsylvania  Institution 
for  the  Instruction  of  the  Blind,  Vol.  I.  Wednesday,  February  7, 
1838.  No.  2.  [Philadelfhiaf]^  Oblong  folio,  leaves  numbered 
[5]-8.  BA.  93247 

Caption  title. 
Raised  letters. 

The  Students'  Miscellany:  published  at  the  Sessions  of  the 
Oneida  and  Genesee  Conferences,  at  Cazenovia.  Volume  I.  Printed 
by  H.  C.  Bicknelly  Morrisville.    1 830-3  I.    4to,  pp.  208.    Plate. 

93248 

Title  from  an  early  MS.  note  prepared  for  the  Dictionary  by  Joseph  Sabin. 

The  Students'  Repository.  S[amuel]  H[enry]  Smothers,  Edi- 
tor. James  Buckner,  Assistant  Editor.  .  .  .  Published  by  S.  H. 
Smothers,  at  Spartanburg,  Randolph  County,  Indiana.  Vol.  I. 
No.  I.   July,  1863.    8vo,  pp.  32.  93249 

Title  from  the  "North  American  Review,"  vol.  97,  1863,  p.  557.  The  editor  was 
the  colored  principal  of  the  Union  Literary  Institute,  at  Spartanburg,  Indiana.  Ac- 
cording to  Tucker's  "History  of  Randolph  County,  Indiana,"  1882,  pp.  179—180, 
"one  feature  of  this  institution,  unique  for  those  times,  was  that  no  distinction  was 
made  for  race  nor  color  nor  sex." 

The  above  title,  of  a  later  period  than  that  now  covered  by  this  Dictionary,  is  in- 
cluded because  of  a  cross  reference  from  Smothers. 


208  STUDLEY. 

Studley  (William  S.).  Charity:  a  Poem,  delivered  before  the 
Mechanic  Apprentices'  Library  Association,  at  their  twenty-third 
anniversary,  on  Wednesday  evening,  February  22,  1843.  By  Wil- 
liam S.  Studley,  a  member.  Bosto?i:  Printed  by  H.  L.  DevereuXy 
No.  4  Water  Street^  1 843.   8vo,  pp.  14.  nyh.  93250 

Stuven  (Johann  Friedrich).  De  [  vero  |  Novi  Orbis  |  Inven- 
tore.  I  Dissertatio  |  Historico-Critica  |  Auctore  |  Jo.  Friderico  Stii- 
venio  |  Francojurtl  ad  Moenum,  \  Afud  Domlnicum  a  Sande.  | 
Anno  MDCCXiv.  |  8vo,  pp.  (8),  68.  c,  h.,  jcb.,  nyp.  93251 

One  of  the  works  supporting  the  theory,  now  completely  discredited,  that  the  new 
world  was  discovered  by  Martin  Behaim  rather  than  by  Columbus.  See  Winsor,  vol. 
2,  p.  35,  and  Channing,  vol.  I,  p.  12,  in  regard  to  this  claim,  and  Watson's  bibliog- 
raphy of  the  subject  in  Anderson's  "America  not  discovered  by  Columbus,"  4th  ed., 
1891,  pp.  161— 164. 

.  .  .  Stulta  est  dementia,  cum  tot  ubique  |  Vatibus  occurras, 
periturze  parcere  Chartae.  Juv.  |  \_Phtladelfhia:  Printed  by  S. 
Keimer.    1727.]    Folio,  pp.  4.  93252 

Title  from  Hildeburn.  A  reply  to  the  "Confutation  of  the  Reply  to  the  Speech" 
of  Isaac  Norris,  Sept.  11,  1727. 

Improved  title  of  no.  60645,  vol.  14. 

Stupor  (Morpheus),  fsevd.  The  Festivaliad,  a  singular  metri- 
cal poem ;  written  in  commemoration  of  the  Festival  of  Saint  John, 
the  First  Christian  Mason,  which  was  celebrated  at  Dorchester, 
Mass.  June  24th,  anno  domini  1807,  annoque  lucis  5807.  By 
Morpheus  Stupor,  V.  M.  N.  V.  D.  To  which  are  prefixed,  a  few 
prefatory  remarks;  and  through  the  whole  are  interspersed,  a  num- 
ber of  interesting  observations  and  explanatory  notes.  By  Hezekiah 
Hectic,  K.  G.  Q.  The  13th  Irish,  from  the  7th  Scotch  edition,  i 
\Boston^'\    1811.    i2mo,pp.  42.  aas.  93253 

Satirical  verses. 

Sturbridge,  Mass.  Congregational  Church.  Manual  for  the 
Use  of  the  Members  of  the  Congregational  Church,  in  Sturbridge, 
January,  1 843.  West  Brookfield:  Merria?n  &'  Cooke,  Printers. 
1843.    i2mo,  pp.  46.  AAS.,  c,  nyh.  93254 

Brief  Historical  Notices,  pp.  3—5.  Lists  of  members  of  the  church  from  1736— 1843 
form  pp.  26—46. 

Sturbridge  [Mass.]  Association.  History  of  the  Baptist 
Churches,  composing  the  .  .  .  See  History,  no.  32160,  vol.  8.  H.,  M. 

Minutes  of  the  Sturbridge  Association,  at  Wilbraham,  September 
the  25th  and  26th,  A.D.  1805.    [Worcester?    1805?]    8vo,  pp.  7. 

Caption  title.  AAS.  93255 


STURGE   (jOHn).  209 

Minutes  of  the  Sturbridge  Association,  holden  at  Thompson, 
October,  24,  &  25.  1806.  Worcester:  Printed  by  Sewall  Good- 
ridge.  Jan.  1807.    8vo,  pp.  10.   Continued.  aas.,  uts.  93256 

In  some  years  the  name  appears  as  the  Sturbridge  Baptist  Association. 

Sturge  (John).  Remarks  on  the  Society  for  the  Extinction  of 
the  Slave-Trade,  and  the  Civilization  of  Africa;  and  on  "The  Slave- 
Trade,  and  its  Remedy."  By  John  Sturge.  London:  Hamiltoriy 
A  dams  y  and  Co.y  Paternoster  Row;  Harvey  and  Darton^  Grace- 
church  Street ;  and  Edmund  Fry,  Bishofsgate  Street.  1 84 1.  [Col- 
ophon:] Johnston  ^  Barrett,  Printers,  13  Mark  Lane,  London. 
8vo,  pp.  16.  cu.,  M.  93257 

According  to  a  prefatory  note  signed  by  Joseph  Sturge,   the  Remarks   were  lirst 
published  anonymously  at  Liverpool  in  1840. 

Sturge.  Report  on  Free  Labour,  presented  to  the  General  Anti- 
slavery  Convention,  by  John  Sturge,  Esq.  of  Birmingham.  [Colo- 
phon:]   Johnston  ^  Barrett,  1 2,,  Mark  Lane.    {^London.    184—?] 

8vo,  pp.  31.  B.,  BM.,  C,  NYH.  93258 

Caption  title.  Johnston  and  Barrett  are  located  at  13  Mark  Lane  in  the  London 
Post  Office  directory  for  1843.    Letters  quoted  in  the  text  are  dated  in  1840. 

Sturge  (Joseph).  Horrors  of  the  Negro  Apprenticeship  System 
in  the  British  Colonies:  as  detailed  at  the  Public  Breakfast  given  by 
the  Citizens  of  Birmingham,  to  Mr.  Joseph  Sturge,  on  returning 
from  his  Benevolent  Mission  to  the  West  Indies.  June  6,  1837. 
Glasgow:  Printed  by  W.  &  W.  Miller,  90,  Bell  Street,  mdccc- 
XXXVII.   8vo,  pp.  20.  AAS.,  B.  93259 

[Sturge].  The  Present  Condition  of  the  Negro  Population,  in 
the  British  Colonies;  particularly  in  relation  to  the  Working  of  the 
Apprenticeship  System  established  under  the  "Act  for  the  Abolition 
of  Slavery."  London:  Printed  by  Johnston  i^  Barrett,  13,  Mark 
Lane.   Sold  by  William  Ball,  Aldine  Cham,bers,  Paternoster  Row 

.  .  .  MDCCCXXXVII.     I2mo,  pp.  28.  BA.  93260 

Sturge.  A  Reply  to  "Letters  to  Joseph  Sturge,  Esq.  By  Wil- 
liam Alers  Hankey,  Esq."  By  the  Authors  of  "The  West  Indies  in 
1837."  With  a  letter  from  the  Marquis  of  Sligo.  .  .  .  Also,  a  letter 
to  the  Directors  of  the  London  Missionary  Society  by  Joseph  Sturge. 
London:  Hamilton,  Adam,s  and  Co.  Paternoster  Row.  1 838. 
[Verso  of  title:]  B.  Hudson,  Printer,  Birm-ingham..  8vo,  pp.  (4), 
iii,  3-24.  BM.,  NYP.  93261 

The  Reply  was  originally  published  as  a  postscript  to  the  second  edition  of  the 
"West  Indies  in  1837,"  below,  of  which  it  forms  pp.  460-476. 


210  STURGE. 

[Sturge].  To  the  members  of  the  Reh'gious  Society  of  Friends 
in  the  United  States  of  America.  [New  York.  1 84 1.]  Folio,  2 
leaves.  -|-  London:  J.  Haddoriy  Castle-street^  Finsbury.  [1842.] 
Folio.  93262 

The  first  edition  has  caption  title  only,  and  is  signed  and  dated:    "Joseph  Sturge. 
New  York,  7'.''.  month,  17th  1841."  Title  of  this  edition  from  a  facsimile  at  hsp. 
Note  of  the  London  edition  from  Smith's  Catalogue  of  Friends'  Books. 
Reprinted  in  the  "Irish  Friend,"  vol.  4,  1841,  pp.  134-135. 

Sturge.  A  Visit  to  the  United  States  in  1 84 1 ;  by  Joseph  Sturge. 
.  .  .  London:  Hamiltony  A  dams  ^  and  Co.,  Paternoster  Row.  Bir- 
mingham:  B.  Hudsony  Bull  Street.  1 842.  [Colophon:]  Printed 
by  B.  Hudsony  Bull-Street,  Birmingham.    8vo,  pp.  viii,  (2),  192, 

CXxiii.     AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  BODLEIAN,  FAC.ADV.,  H.,  M.,   MINNHS., 

NYH.,  NYP.,  UP.,  UTEX.,  UTS.,  Y.  +  Boston:  Dexter  S.  King,  No. 
I  Cornhill.  1842.  [Verso  of  title:]  D.  H.  Ela^s  Power  Press. 
i2mo,  pp.  235,  xciii.         aas.,  b.,  c,  cu.,  jcb.,  nyp.,  whs.  93263 

The  author  was  a  member  of  the  Society  of  Friends,  and  according  to  the  preface, 
the  objects  which  presented  the  chief  claim  to  his  attention  were  the  universal  aboli- 
tion of  slavery,  and  the  promotion  of  permanent  international  peace. 

Sturge.  The  West  Indies  in  1837;  being  the  Journal  of  a 
Visit  to  Antigua,  Montserrat,  Dominica,  St.  Lucia,  Barbados,  and 
Jamaica;  undertaken  for  the  purpose  of  ascertaining  the  actual  con- 
dition of  the  negro  population  of  those  islands.  By  Joseph  Sturge 
and  Thomas  Harvey.  London:  Hamilton,  Adams  ^  Co.  Pater- 
noster Row.  Printed  by  B.  Hudson,  Birmingham,.  MDCCCXXXVIII. 
i2mo,  pp.  xi,  380,  xciv,  errata  (i).  B.,  BA.,  cu.,  H.,  nyp.,  p., 
peab.,  UTEX.,  WHS.,  Y.  +  Second  Edition.  Revised  and  corrected, 
with  maps  of  the  West  Indies.  London:  Hamilton,  Adams  and 
Co.,  Paternoster-row.  1838.  [Verso  of  title:]  William  Tyler, 
Printer,  Bolt-court,  fleet-street.  l2mo,  pp.  xi,  (l),  348,  *349— 
*352,  349-384,  381-476.   2  folded  maps. 

B.,  BM.,  BODLEIAN,  C,  JCB.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  PRINCETON,  UTS.  93264 

Half  title  of  the  first  edition:   Sturge  and  Harvey  on  the  West  Indies. 

Also:  The  Old  Banner.  By  Members  of  the  Society  of  Friends.  .  .  .  No.  6.  Joseph 
Sturge,  the  Christian  Citizen.  Philadelphia:  Henry  Longstreth,  No.  13 14  Chestnut 
Street.  [1865?]  i6mo,  pp.  (2),  32.  .aas.  By  Thomas  Pumphrey.  This  tract  was 
one  of  a  series  of  essays  published  between  1864  and  1866.  See  Joseph  Smith's  Cata- 
logue of  Friends'  Books,  1867,  vol.  2,  p.  818. 

Sturgeon  (Robert).  A  Trespass-Offering,  |  Humbly  pre- 
sented unto  the  Churches  of  New-England,  |  By  Robert  Sturgeon. 
I   [Colophon:]    Boston  in  New-England:  |  Printed  by  B.  Green, 

1725.   I  4tO,  pp.  4.  B.,  BA.,  H.,  HEH.  93265 

Caption  title. 


STURGES.  211 

A  confession  and  apology  signed  by  Sturgeon,  and  dated  at  Boston  in  New-Eng- 
land, March  23,  1724,  S-  He  regrets  having  offended  the  New  England  churches, 
and  having  been  the  instrument  of  publishing  a  pamphlet  in  which  they  and  also 
Dr.  Increase  Mather  were  calumniated.  In  a  postscript  dated  April  27,  1725,  he 
says  that  he  has  written  of  his  own  free  will,  and  that  he  hopes  that  the  churches  of 
Watertown  will  also  become  reconciled  with  the  other  churches  of  the  neighborhood. 
On  p.  4  is  a  statement,  dated  April  27,  and  signed  by  Cotton  Mather  as  moderator, 
accepting  these  "Penitential  Addresses"  as  sufficient. 

Sturges  (Joseph).  An  Address,  delivered  before  the  Citizens 
of  Becket,  Mass.  January  i8,  1839.  Upon  the  Subject  of  Slavery, 
by  Joseph  Sturges  .  .  .  Lee  \_Mass.\  :  Printed  by  E.  J.  Bull.  1839. 
l2mo,  pp.  24.  c.  93266 

Sturgis  ( ).  See  Sturgis  (  [William]  ). 

Sturgis  (C.  F.).  Melville  Letters;  or,  The  Duties  of  Masters 
to  their  Servants.  See  McTyeire  (H.  M.),  Duties  of  Masters  to 
Servants:  Three  Premium  Essays,  no.  43667,  vol.  1 1,  aas.,  b.,  C, 

DERENNE,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y. 

Sturgis'  essay  is  the  second  in  the  volume,  pp.  47—128,  and  has  a  separate  title 
page  with  imprint. 

Sturgis  (Josiah).  A  Brief  Sketch  of  the  Character  and  Services 
of  Captain  Josiah  Sturgis,  of  the  United  States  Revenue  Service.  By 
an  old  friend  and  schoolmate.  Boston:  William  White  and  H.  P. 
Lewis.    1844.    l2mo,  pp.  34,  (l). 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  M.,  NYH.  93267 
Copyrighted  by  Wm.  White  and  H.  P.  Lewis. 

Sturgis  (William).  The  Oregon  Question.  Substance  of  a 
Lecture  before  the  Mercantile  I>ibrary  Association,  delivered  Janu- 
ary 22,  1845,  by  William  Sturgis.  Boston:  Jordan,  Swift  &" 
Wiley,  No.  121  Washington  Street.  1 845.  [Verso  of  title:] 
Printed  by  Andrezus,  Prentiss  and  Studley,  Devonshire  Street.  8vo, 
pp.  32.    Frontispiece  folded  map. 

AAS.,   B.,   BA.,   BM.,   C,   CU.,   H.,    HEH.,   M.,   MINNHS.,   NYH.,   NYP., 

P.,  PEAB.,  UP.,  WHS.,  Y.   93268 

Sturgis.  Report  of  Mr,  Sturgis's  Committee  to  twenty-eight 
manufacturing  companies  [of  New  England].  Boston:  Pr.  by 
W.  Chadwick.    1 852.    8vo,  pp.  25,  2.    Folded  tables.  93269 

"Signed  by  William  Sturgis,  Ignatius  Sargent,  J.  I.  Bowditch  and  S.  Hooper.  Ad- 
verse to  the  transfer  of  the  principal  place  of  sale  for  domestic  manufactured  goods, 
especially  of  plain  cotton  fabrics,  from  Boston  to  New  York.  Includes  the  minority 
report  signed  by  J.  W.  Edmands." 

Title  and  note  from  the  b.  printed  card  for  copies  at  the  Harvard  Business  Branch. 


2  12  STURGIS. 

[Sturgis].  Review.  Examination  of  the  Russian  Claims  to  the 
Northwest  Coast  of  America.    [Boston.    1822.]    8vo,  pp.  31. 

BA.  93270 

Caption  title.  At  foot  of  p.  I :  "Originally  published  in  the  North  American  Review 
for  October  1822."  A  review  of  the  President's  message  of  April  17,  1822. 

Included  in  the  list  of  Sturgis'  writings  found  in  Loring's  "Memoir,"  published  in 
Mass.  Hist.  Soc.  "Proceedings,"  for  Aug.,  1864,  pp.  420-473. 

See  also  Sturgis'  "Northwest  Fur  Trade,  and  the  Indians  of  the  Oregon  Country. 
1788— 1830"  (composed  of  parts  of  two  lectures  delivered  in  1846,  and  extracts  from 
his  journal  on  his  first  voyage),  which  forms  no.  219  of  the  "Old  South  Leaflets." 
These  fragments  are  reprinted  from  Loring's  "Memoir"  cited  under  the  preceding 
title,  and  from  Hunt's  "Merchants'  Magazine,"  vol.  14,  1846,  pp.  533-538. 

The  appendix  of  the  third  edition  of  James  Fenimore  Cooper's  anonymous  "Cruise 
of  the  Somers,"  our  no.  17725,  vol.  5,  contains  three  letters  by  Sturgis.   c,  nyp. 

Sturluson  (Snorri).  iS^^  Snorri  Sturluson. 

Sturm  (Daniel).  Dictionnaire  de  medecine  therapeutique,  ou 
expose  des  moyens  curatifs  employes  dans  les  Antilles,  la  Louisiana 
et  I'Amerique  du  Nord.   Nancy.    1809.   2  vols.  93^71 

A  doubtful  title  from  Appleton. 

Sturm.  Les  Etats-Unis  en  1800,  ou  journal  et  impressions  de 
voyage  a  travers  I'Amerique  du  Nord.    1812.  93272 

A  doubtful  title  from  Appleton. 

Sturm  (Jacques).  Deux  ans  de  sejour  dans  les  deserts  de 
I'Amazonie.   Nancy.    1796.  93273 

A  doubtful  title  from  Appleton. 

Sturtevant  (J[ulian]  M[onson]).  An  Address  in  behalf  of 
the  Society  for  the  Promotion  of  Collegiate  and  Theological  Edu- 
cation at  the  West.  DeHvered  in  Boston,  May  25,  1 85 3,  by  Rev. 
J.  M.  Sturtevant,  d.d.,  President  of  Ilhnois  College.  New-York: 
John  F.  Trozvy  Printer ^  49  Ann  Street.    1 853.    8vo,  pp.  28. 

AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  M.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  93274 

Sturtevant.  Addresses  of  Rev.  Drs.  Sturtevant  and  Stearns, 
at  the  Anniversary  of  the  American  Congregational  Union,  May, 
1855.  Published  for  the  Am.  Cong.  Union.  Andover:  Warren  F. 
Draper.  Nezv  York:  Clark,  Austin  ^  Smith.  American  Congre- 
gational Union,  448,  Broadzuay.    Bostoji:   John  P.  Jeiuett  &'  Co. 

1855.    Svo,  pp.  80.  AAS.,  BM.,  UTS.  93275 

Contents:  "The  Anti-sectarian  Tendency  of  Congregational  Church  Polity,"  by 
J.  M.  Sturtevant,  pp.  3—50;  "The  Nature  and  Principles  of  Congregationalism,"  by 
William  A.  Stearns,  pp.  51-80. 

Sturtevant.  American  Colleges.  An  Address  delivered  by  J. 
M.  Sturtevant,  at  his  inaugiiration  as  President  of  Illinois  College, 


STURTEVANT.  213 

June  25th,  1845.  .  .  .  Jacksonville  [///.]  ;   Wm.  C.  Swetf,  Printer. 
1845.    i2mo,  pp.  32.  B.,  NYP.  93276 

Sturtevant.  American  Emigration.  A  Discourse  in  behalf  of 
the  American  Home  Missionary  Society,  preached  in  the  Cities  of 
New  York  and  Brooklyn,  May,  1857.  By  Rev.  J.  M.  Sturtevant, 
.  .  .  New  York:  Published  by  the  American  Home  Missionary  So- 
ciety) Bible  House,  Astor  Place.  1857.  [Verso  of  title:]  John  A. 
Gray,  Prifiier  and  Stereotyfer,   16  and  18  Jacob  St.,  Fire-Proof 

Buildings.    8vo,  pp.  34.      AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  H.,  M.,  UTS.,  whs.,  Y.  93277 

Sturtevant.  Democracy.  An  Address  delivered  before  the 
Jacksonville  Mechanic's  Union,  September  20,  184 1,  by  J.  M. 
Sturtevant.  .  .  .  Jacksonville  [///.];  /.  M.  Lucas,  Printer.  1842. 
Svo,  pp.  18.  heh.  93278 

Title  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters. 

Sturtevant.  Denominational  Colleges.  By  Rev.  J.  M.  Stur- 
tevant, President  of  the  College  of  Illinois.  From  the  advanced 
sheets  of  "The  New  Englander,"  for  Feb.,  i860.  [New  Haven. 
i860.]    8vo,  pp.   (i),  61^-89.  Y.  93279 

Sturtevant.  The  Memory  of  the  Just.  A  Sermon  commem- 
orative of  the  life  and  labors  of  the  Rev,  William  Kirby,  who  died, 
December  20,  1851;  delivered  in  the  First  Presbyterian  Church, 
Jacksonville,  Illinois,  by  Rev.  J.  M.  Sturtevant  .  .  .  New  York: 
Baker,  Godwin  &?  Co.,  Printers,  corner  Nassau  and  Spruce  Streets. 
1852.    8vo,  pp.  15. 

B.,  BM.,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  93280 

Sturtevant.  Quarter  Century  Celebration  at  Illinois  College. 
Historical  Discourse  by  the  President,  Rev.  J.  M.  Sturtevant,  d.d., 
with  the  Social  Re-union  of  the  Founders,  Patrons,  Alumni,  and 
Friends  of  the  College,  at  Jacksonville,  Illinois.  July  1 1,  1855. 
New  York:  John  F.  Trow,  Printer,  377  &?  379  Broadway,  cor- 
ner of  White  Street.    [1855.]    8vo,  pp.  52. 

Also  several  works  published  after  i860.  B.,  H.,  M.,  NYH.,  UTS.  9328  I 

Sturtevant  (Peleg).  The  Buckshot  War;  or,  The  Last  Kick 
of  Anti-masonry.  A  Burlesque  Medley — poetic,  prosaic,  humorous, 
satirical,  &c.  By  Peleg  Sturtevant  ...  i^«rWji>?^r^.  1839.  8vo,  pp. 
32.  c,  HSP.  93282 

"Relates  to  the  contest  between  the  Democrats  and  Whigs  in  the  General  Assembly 
of  Pennsylvania,  December,  1838." — c. 

VOL.  XXIV.  14 


214  STURTEVANT. 

Sturtevant.  The  Harrisburg  Directory,  and  Stranger's  Guide ; 
with  a  Sketch  of  the  First  Settlement  of  Harrisburg,  by  P.  Sturte- 
vant. Harrisburgy  Printed  by  the  Author.    1 839.    i2mo,  pp.  48. 

AAs.,  c,  NYP.  93283 

Sturz  (Johann  Jakob).  Effeitos  beneficos  das  machinas  e  do 
combustivel,  como  do  aperfeigoamento  dos  meios  de  transporte 
sobre  a  prosperidade  das  na^oes.   Rio  de  Janeiro.    1835.    8vo. 

93284 

This  and  the  two  following  titles  supplied  from  Sacramento  Blake's  "Diccionario 
bibliographico  brazileiro,"  vol.  3,  1895,  p.  414. 

Sturz.  Effeitos  das  machinas  e  suas  vantagens  na  riqueza  pub- 
lica  e  necessidade  de  sua  introducQao  no  Brasil,  .  .  .  Rio  de  Janeiro. 
1835.   4to,  pp.  50.  BM.  93285 

Sturz.  Memoria  sobre  diversos  ramos  da  agricultura,  commer- 
cio  e  industria,  ofTerecida  a  assemblea  provincial  da  Bahia.  Bahia. 
1846.   Folio,  pp.  72.  93286 

Sturz.  A  Revievi^,  Financial,  Statistical,  &  Commercial,  of  the 
Empire  of  Brazil  and  its  Resources:  together  with  a  suggestion  of 
the  expediency  and  mode  of  admitting  Brazilian  and  other  foreign 
sugars  into  Great  Britain  for  refining  and  exportation.  By  J.  J. 
Sturz.  London:  Published  by  EffinghaTn  Wilson,  Royal  Exchange. 
1837.  [Verso  of  title:]  London:  Printed  by  Levey ,  Robson^  and 
Franklyn,  46  St.  Martin's  Lane.    8vo,  pp.  viii,  151.    Folded  table. 

AAS.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  HISP.SOC.AMER.,  NYH.,  UP.  93287 
Also  several  works  published  after  i860,  relating  to  Brazil,  emigration,  etc. 

Stutson  (Nelson).  New  England:  a  Poem.  Delivered  at  the 
Dedication  of  the  New  Hall  of  the  Union  Philosophical  Society  of 
the  Wesleyan  Academy.  By  Nelson  Stutson.  Springfield:  Printed 
by  Geo.  W.  Wilson,  Main  Street.    1 85 2.    8vo,  pp.  15. 

AAS.,  NYH.,  NYP.  93288 

Stuyvesant  Institute  of  the  City  of  New  York.  Cata- 
logue descriptive,  biographical  and  historical,  of  the  exhibition  of 
Select  Paintings,  by  modern  artists,  principally  American,  and  liv- 
ing, under  the  direction  of  a  committee  of  amateurs.  The  paintings 
borrowed  for  this  particular  purpose  from  friends  to  the  arts.  At 
the  Stuyvesant  Institute,  for  four  weeks  only  from  the  day  of  Open- 
ing, Nov.  19,  1838.  New-York:  Printed  by  G.  P.  Scott.  1838. 
8vo,  pp.  23,  appendix  (i).  nyh.  93289 


STURTEVANT    MEADOWS.  2I5 

Charter  and  By-Laws.  See  New  York  City,  no.  54685,  vol.  13. 
c,  H. 

Stuyvesant  Meadows,  N.  Y.  C.  Reports  and  Documents 
relative  to  the  Stuyvesant  Meadows,  from  the  year  1825  to  183 1, 
inclusive.  New-York:  George  Robertson^  Printer,  Corner  Wall 
and  Broad  Sts.    1832.    8vo,  pp.  50.  nyh.  93290 

Stuyvesant  Square  Home  Guard.  Articles  of  Association. 
See  New  York  City,  note  following  no.  54685,  vol.  13.   whs. 

Styles  (Abel).  5^?^  Stiles  (Abel). 

Styles  (Ezra).  5^^  Stiles  (Ezra). 

Styles  (John).  The  Life  of  David  Brainerd,  Missionary  to  the 
Indians,  with  an  abridgement  of  his  Diary  and  Journal.  From 
President  Edwards.  By  John  Styles.  Author  of  an  Essay  on  the 
Stage,  etc.  London:  Printed  for  Messrs.  Williams  and  Smithy 
Stationer^ s-Court.  By  R.  Tilling,  Newfort,  Isle  of  Wight.  1 808. 
i2mo,  pp.  vi,  291.  BM.,  P.  +  First  American  Edition.  Boston: 
Published  by  Sam,uel  T.  Armstrong,  No.  50,  Cornhill.  i8i2. 
i2mo,  pp.  (8),  13-322,  advertisement  (l).  aas.,  b.,  c,  cu., 
MINNHS,,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  +  Second  Edition.  London: 
Printed  by  A.  J.  Valpy,  Took^s  Court,  Chancery  Lane;  for  F. 
Westley,  Stationer^ s-Court,  and  A ve-M aria-Lane.  1 820.  l2mo, 
pp.  viii,  283.  c,  NYP.  +  Second  American  Edition.  Boston:  Pub- 
lished by  Sa?nuel  T.  Armstrong,  and  Crocker  <y  Brewster,  No.  50, 
Cornhill.    1 82 1.    1 2 mo,  pp.  xi,  9-2 80,  list  of  books  (4). 

AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.,  Y.  9329I 
An  abridgment  of  Jonathan  Edwards'  "Account  of  the  Life  of  David  Brainerd," 
our  nos.  21927-21928,  vol.  6. 

[SuARD  (Jean  Baptiste  Antoine)],  ed.  Opuscules  philosophiques 
et  litteraires,  la  plupart  posthumes  ou  inedits.    Paris:    Imf.   de 

Chevet.    1796.    8vo.  93292 

Simon-Jerome  Bourlet  de  Vauxcelles  was  joint  editor. 

Contains  a  reprint  of  the  "Supplement  au  voyage  de  M.  de  Bougainville,"  our  no. 
6867,  vol.  2. 

Title  from  Barbier's  "Dictionnaire  des  ouvrages  anonymes." 

Suarez  (Antonio).  Defensa  practicada  el  dia  19  de  los  corri- 
entes  ante  S.  E.  la  Corte  superior  del  primer  distrito  del  centro,  por 
D.  Antonio  Suarez,  cura  rector  de  la  parroquia  de  San  Juan  de  esta 
ciudad  capital,  en  favor  de  la  disciplina  eclesiastica,  Caracas.  Im- 
frenta  de  Carreno  Hermanos.  Calle  del  Comercio  numero  1 49. 
1852.    i2mo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  20.  Y.  93293 

This  and  the  following  title  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt. 


2l6  SUAREZ     (aNTONIO). 

[SuAREz].  La  Justicia  y  la  razon.  Caracas.  Imfrenta  de 
Tomas  Antero.    1852.    1 2mo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  7.  Y.  93294 

Signed:   "D.  Antonio  Suarez." 

SuAREZ  (Buenaventura).  Lunario  de  un  siglo  Que  comienza 
en  Enero  del  ano  de  1740.  y  acaba  en  Diziembre  del  ano  de  1841. 
.  .  .  Contiene  los  aspectos  principalis  de  Sol,  y  Luna  .  .  .  ya  la  noticia 
de  los  Eclipses  de  ambos  Luminares,  que  seran  visibles  por  todo  el 
Siglo  en  estas  Missiones  de  la  Compania  de  Jesus  en  la  Provincia 
del  Paraguay.  Regulada,  y  aligada  la  hora  de  los  Aspectos,  y  Eclip- 
ses al  Meridiano  del  Pueblo  de  los  esclarecidos  Martyres  San  Cosme, 
y  San  Damian  .  .  .  Por  el  Padre  Buenaventura  Suarez,  de  la  Com- 
pafiia  de  Jesus.  En  Llsboa:  En  la  Imfrenta  de  Francisco  de  Silva. 
Con  todas  las  llcencias  necessar'ias  Ano  de  1 748.  4to,  pp.  (l6), 
194-  93295 

Title  abbreviated  from  Medina's  "Biblioteca  hispano-americana,"  no.  3496,  a  copy 
located  in  his  library. 

SuAREZ.  Lunario  |  de  un  Siglo,  |  Que  comenzava  en  su  Original 
por  Enero  del  ano  de  |  1 740.,  y  acaba  en  Diziembre  del  ano  de 
1 84 1,  en  que  se  |  comprehenden  ciento  y  un  anos  cumplidos.  |  Con- 
tiene los  Aspectos  principales  de  Sol,  y  Luna,  esto  es,  las  Conjun- 
ciones,  Oposiciones,  y  Quar-  |  tos  de  la  Luna  con  el  Sol,  segun  sus 
movimientos  verdaderos:  |  y  la  noticia  de  los  Eclipses  de  ambos  Lu- 
minares, que  seran  |  visibles  por  todo  el  Siglo  en  estas  Missiones  de 
la  I  Compania  de  Jesus  en  la  Provincia  del  |  Paraguay.  |  Regulada, 
y  Aligada  la  Hora  de  |  los  Aspectos,  y  Eclipses  al  Meridiano  del 
Pueblo  I  de  los  esclarecidos  Martyres  |  San  Cosme,  y  San  Damian, 
I  Y  estendido  su  uso  a  otros  Meridianos  por  medio  de  la  |  Tabla  de 
las  diferencias  meridianas,  que  se  pone  |  al  principio  de  el  Lunario.  | 
Danse  al  Fin  de  el  Reglas  faciles,  |  para  que  qualquiera,  sin  Mathe- 
matica,  ni  Arithmetica,  |  pueda  formar  de  estos  Lunarios  de  un  siglo 
los  de  los  I  anos  siguientes,  desde  el  de  1842.  hasta  el  de  1903.  |  Por 
el  Padre  |  Buenaventura  Suarez,  |  de  la  Compania  de  Jesus.  |  Bar- 
celona: Por  Pablo  Nadal  Imfressor.  j  [1752.]  8vo,  pp.  (l6), 
19^-  JCB.  93296 

Title  supplied  by  Catherine  C.  Quinn. 

SuAREz  (Jose),  fl.  177 1.  Positiones  Jurisprudentic-e  publico, 
sacr.e,  ac  civilis,  quas  apellant  de  Statvto,  in  Angelopolis  Palafoxi- 
ano  Collcgio  dcfensanda;  a  Bacc.  D.  Josepho  Svarez  .  .  .  Angclof- 
oli:  e  Typis  Palafoxianis.  Anno  Domhi'i  m.  dcc.  lxxi.  (D.L.D.R.) 
I  4to,  pp.  (14),  xxiv.  Portrait.  93297 

Title  abbreviated  from  Medina's  "Imprenta  en  la  Puebla  dc  los  Angeles,"  no.  872. 


SUAREZ     (jOSe).  217 

[SuAREz  (Jose)].  Manual  de  elecciones,  6  sean  Apuntes  cano- 
nico-regulares  de  lo  que  debe  observarse  en  los  capitulos  provinci- 
ales  y  otras  elecciones,  tanto  de  la  regular,  como  de  la  mas  estrecha 
observancia  de  N.S.P.  San  Francisco,  compilados  por  un  indigno 
hijo  de  la  santa  provincia  de  San  Diego  de  Mexico.  2a  ed.  corr.  y 
aum.  Mexico:  Imfr.  de  la  Voz  de  la  religion  de  F.  Pomar  y  com- 
pania.    1853.    8vo,  pp.  78.  ucal. (Bancroft)  93298 

SuAREZ  (Jose  Bernardo).  Hombres  celebres  de  Chile.  Santiago. 
1859.  93299 

Title  from  Appleton.  Adapted  for  children  under  the  title,  "Plutarco  de  los  j6- 
venes," /"am,  1861.   nyp. 

Suarez  published,  after  i860,  several  works  on  biographical  and  political  subjects, 
and  military  manuals. 

SuAREZ  (Jose  Ildefonso).  Breve  memoria  escrita  por  el  oidor 
honorario  de  la  Audiencia  de  Cuba,  Don  Jose  Ildefonso  Suarez, 
para  satisfacer  a  la  nacion  y  su  gobierno  supremo  de  las  calumniosas 
acusaciones  que  le  han  hecho  algunos  enemigos.  \^Paris:  Imfr.  de 
Everat.    1 839.]    8vo,  pp.  35.  BM.,  c.  93300 

For  a  refutation,  see  Tapaboca. 

SuAREZ.  Don  Jose  Ildefonso  Suarez,  oidor  honorario  de  la  Au- 
diencia de  Puerto-Principe,  presenta  al  publico  un  nuevo  y  facil- 
isimo  metodo  de  calumniar  a  cualquiera  inventado  por  un  discipulo 
predilecto  suyo.  \_Madrid:  CoTnfania  de  impresores  y  libreros. 
1839.]    i2mo,  pp.  15.  c.  93301 

SuAREz.  Memoria  segunda  escrita  por  el  oidor  honorario  Don 
Jose  Ildefonso  Suarez,  para  continuar  deshaciendo  calumnias  y 
descubriendo  el  caracter  de  sus  enemigos.  [Madrid:  Compania  de 
impresores  y  libreros,    1839.]    8vo,  pp.  15.  BM.,  c.  93302 

SuAREZ.  Memoria  tercera  del  oidor  honorario  Don  Jose  Ilde- 
fonso Suarez,  acerca  de  la  Comision  militar  de  la  isla  de  Cuba. 
Justas  y  respetuosas  consideraciones  acerca  del  real  decreto  de  20 
de  junio,  publicado  en  la  Gaceta  de  30  de  julio  ultimo.  Madrid: 
Compania  general  de  impresores  y  libreros  del  reino.  1 839.  8vo, 
pp.  24.  c.  93303 

[SuAREZ  (Leonardo  Santos)].  Reflexiones  al  ultimo  impreso 
del  Dr.  D.  Tomas  Gutierrez  de  Pineres  sobre  la  Diputacion  Pro- 
vincial.  Habana:   Imprenta  de  Ara'zo'za  y  Soler.    1820.    4to. 

Title  from  Trelles'  "Bibliografia  cubana,"  vol.  i,  191 1,  p.  173.  933^4 

SuAREZ  (Nicolas).  Vida  y  martirio  del  glorioso  Padre  Fray 
Diego  Ruiz  Ortiz,  de  la  Orden  de  nuestro  Padre  San  Agustin, 


2l8  SUAREZ     (p.  S.). 

natural  del  lugar  de  Xetafe,  Protomartir  del  Peru.   Madrid:   Por 
M dehor  Sanchez.   Aiio  de  1659.    410,  (lo),  70  leaves.        933^5 

Title  from  Palau  y  Dulcet's  "Manuel  del  librero  hispano-americano." 

SuAREZ  (Pedro  Suarez).  Doctrina  cristiana  en  la  lengua  abigira. 

93306 

According  to  Sobron's  "Idiomas  de  la  America  latina,"  p.  55,  this  and  the  following 
title  were  printed  by  the  Jesuits  from  the  manuscripts  of  Suarez,  who  was  born  about 
the  middle  of  the  i6th  century. 

Suarez.   Vocabulario  de  la  lengua  abigira.  9330? 

Suarez  Argudin  (Jose).  Proyecto  de  de  inmigracion  africana, 
presentado  al  Superior  Gobierno  de  esta  isla,  por  los  senores  Argu- 
din, Cunha  Reis  y  Perdones,  Marzo  de  i860.  Habana:  Imfrenta 
La  Habanera,    i860.    8vo,  pp.  85.  C,  H.  93308 

Suarez  de  Arguello  (Francisco).  Ephemerides  |  generales 
de  los  I  mouimientos  de  los  cielos  por  doze  anos,  desde  el  de  | 
M.  DC.  VII.  hasta  el  de  M.  DC.  xviii.  segun  el  sere-  |  nissimo  Rey 
don  Alonso  en  los  quatro  Planetas  inferio-  |  res,  y  Nicolas  Coper- 
nico  en  los  tres  superiores  que  |  mas  conforma  con  la  verdad  y  ob- 
seruacio-  |  nes,  como  se  dira  en  el  Prologo.  |  Al  meridiano  de  la 
villa  de  |  Madrid,  que  tiene  de  latitud  40.  gr.  26.  min.  |  Por  Fran- 
cisco Svarez  de  Argvello.  |  Dirigido  a  Don  Diego  de  Silva  Conde 
de  I  Salinas  y  Ribadeo,  Duque  de  Francauila.  |  I.  En  las  qvalcs  va 
vna  tabia  co-  |  piosissima  de  los  lugares  mas  principales  del  orbe  con 
su  eleuacio,  |  hor,  y  mi.  que  se  ban  de  afiadir  6  quitar,  en  qualquier 
ope-  I  racion  que  por  nuestras  Ephemerides  se  hiziere.  |  II.  Y  vnas 
tablas  de  la  cantidad  |  del  dia  y  noche,  con  la  hora  a  que  el  Sol  sale 
y  se  pone  por  todo  |  el  ano  para  desde  I.  gra.  de  altura.  hasta  60.  | 
III.  Tambien  otras  tablas  racionales  a  |  las  mesmas  alturas  de  Apolo, 
que  hasta  oy  ninguno  ha  hecho.  |  IIII.  Despves  compvtadas,  las 
estrcllas  |  fixas  de  primera  y  segunda  magnitud,  segun  las  tablas 
Alfonsinas,  y  Copernicas.  |  V.  No  solo  anotados  los  eclypses  con  sv  | 
cantidad  y  duracion,  q  en  estos  doze  anos  ocurren  en  nuestro  Meri- 
diano sino  I  tambien  los  que  en  todas  las  Indias  Orientales,  y  Ocidcn- 
tales  aura,  y  en  |  las  Regiones,  partes,  y  lugares  que  se  veran.  | 
Imprcsso  en  Madrid,  Por  luan  de  la  Cursta.  \  Aiio  de  M.  DC.  \'lll. 
I  Vcndense  en  casa  del  Autor  a  la  forteria  de  S.  Felife.  \  Folio,  pp. 
(^)>  35 5>  verso  blank,  blank  recto,  colophon  (l).  93309 

Title  from  Medina's  "Biblioteca  hispano-americana,"  no.  542,  a  copy  located  in  his 
library. 

Suarez  de  Escobar  (Pedro).  Primera  Parte  del  Libro  intitv- 
lado  Espcio  de  Vida  Christiana.  .  .  .  Hecho  y  compvesto  por  el  Padre 


SUAREZ    DE    FIGUEROA     (c).  2I9 

Maestro  Don  Pedro  Suarez  de  Excobar:  de  la  Orden  de  Sant 
Augustin,  Obispo  dc  la  nueua  Vizcaya,  en  el  Rcyno  de  Mexico. 
Con  privilegio.  En  Madrid,  en  casa  de  la  v'luda  de  Alonso  Gome% 
que  sea  en  gloria,  Impressor  del  Rey  nuestro  senor,  y  de  la  Santa 
Cru-zada.  Afio  de.  159 1.  Folio,  10  unnumbered,  528  numbered 
leaves.  ^  in  six,  ^J  in  four,  A-Z,  Aa-Zz,  Aaa-Vvv  in  eights.     933 10 

There  are  many  errors  in  numbering  of  leaves.  A  copy  is  located  in  the  library  of 
S.  Isidro. 

Title  abbreviated  from  Medina's  "Biblioteca  hispano-americana,"  no.  338,  which 
does  not  list  a  second  part.  For  possible  continuations,  see  Beristain  y  Souza's  "Biblio- 
teca hispano-americana  setentrional,"  vol.  i,  1883,  pp.  413—414. 

SuAREZ  DE  FiGUEROA  (Cristobal).  Hechos  |  de  Don  Garcia  | 
Hurtado  de  Mendoza,  |  Quarto  Marques  de  Caiiete.  |  A  Don 
Francisco  de  Roxas  y  \  Sandoual,  Duque  de  Lerma,  Marques  de 
Denia,  &c.  |  Por  el  Doctor  Christoval  |  Suarez  de  Figueroa.  |  En 
Madrid,  En  la  Imprenta  Real.  \  Ano  M.DC.xill.  |  4to,  pp.  (16), 
248,  245-324. 

BM.,    BODLEIAN,    C,    FAC.ADV.,    H.,    HEH.,    HISP.SOC,    JCB.,    NYP. 

Improved  title  of  no.  24317,  vol.  6.  933^  ^ 

For  a  facsimile  of  the  title  page,  see  Maggs  Bros.'  "Bibliotheca  Brasiliensis,"  1930, 
their  catalogue  no.  456,  p.  172. 

An  attempt  to  rehabilitate  the  memory  of  Garcia  Hurtado  de  Mendoza,  whose 
achievements  in  the  Araucanian  war  had  been  belittled  in  Ercilla's  "La  Araucana," 
see  our  nos.  22718-22727,  vol.  6.  Don  Garcia  was  appointed  by  his  father,  then  the 
viceroy  of  Peru,  as  governor  of  Chile,  and  was  in  command  of  the  forces  sent  against 
the  Araucanian  Indians.  The  work  treats  of  that  campaign,  of  Hurtado  de  Mendoza's 
rule  over  Peru  when  he  succeeded  to  the  viceroyalty,  of  Mendana's  expedition  to  the 
Solomon  Islands,  and  of  tlie  later  years  of  Don  Garcia's  life.  It  includes  some  account 
of  Drake,  Cavendish  and  Hawkins,  and  encounters  with  them.  See  Moses'  "Spanish 
Colonial  Literature  in  South  America,"  published  by  the  Hispanic  Society  of  America, 
1922,  pp.  162  and  185—186. 

SuAREZ  DE  Figueroa.  Hechos  |  de  Don  Garcia  |  Hurtado  de 
Mendoga,  |  Marques  de  Canete.  |  A  Don  luan  Andres  |  Hurtado 
de  Mendoga  |  su  hijo,  Marques  de  Canete,  |  Seiior  de  las  Villas  de 
Argete  |  y  su  partido,  Montero  mayor  |  del  Rey  nro  senor,  Guarda 
mayor  de  la  ciudad  |  de  Cuenca,  ett*  |  Por  el  Doctor  Christoval 
Suarez  de  Figueroa.  |  En  Madrid,  en  la  Imprenta  Real.  \  Ano 
1616.  I  4to,  pp.  (18),  248,  245-324.  JCB.  93312 

Title  supplied  by  Catherine  C.  Quinn. 

Except  for  the  title  and  the  second  preliminary  leaf,  the  above  is  from  the  same 
sheets  as  the  edition  of  161  3.  The  second  leaf  contains  an  address  to  the  reader  by 
Gabriel  Caruajal  de  Ulloa  on  the  recto,  and  an  address  to  Juan  Andres  Hurtado  de 
Mendoza  signed  by  the  author  on  the  verso.  UUoa's  address  to  the  reader  is  repeated 
on  the  verso  of  the  fourth  leaf,  which  has  on  the  recto  the  author's  dedication  to  the 
Duque  de  Lerma,  Marques  de  Denia.  This  leaf  is  also  found  in  the  161  3  edition.  See 
the  new  jcb.  printed  catalogue. 

Reprinted  in  "Coleccion  de  historiadores  de  Chile,"  vol.  5,  1864,  pp.  1—206. 


220  SUAREZ    DE    FIGUEROA    (f.). 

For  a  list  of  other  works  by  this  author,  see  Medina's  "Diccionario  biografico 
colonial  de  Chile,"  1906,  and  for  facsimiles  of  some  of  the  titles,  with  collations, 
Vindcl's  "Manual  .  .  .  del  bibliofilo  hispano-americano,"  193 1.  It  includes  a  facsimile 
of  the  title  of  the  16 16  edition  of  the  Hechos. 

[SuAREz  DE  FiGUEROA  (Felix)].  [ At  foot  of  text :]  Despacho 
para  que  la  Justicia  de  la  Jurisdiccion  de  |  luego  q  lo  reciva  lo  haga 
publicar,  y  publique  |  para  que  en  su  virtud  todos  los  duenos  de 
Tierras,  Aguas,  y  demas  q  en  |  el  se  expressa  dentro  del  termino 
que  prebiene  lo  presenten,  y  se  exe-  j  cute  lo  demas  que  refiere.  | 
[Mexico.    1716.]    Folio,  pp.  (3).  93313 

Title  from  Medina's  "Imprenta  en  Mexico,"  no.  2469,  the  copy  described  being  in 
Medina's  own  library,  and  having  the  autograph  signature  of  the  author. 

SuAREZ  DE  FiGUEROA  (Jose).  Alegacion  juridica  por  Andres 
Lopez  Moscoso,  contra  el  regidor  Juan  de  Salinas,  sobre  paga  de 
doce  mil  pesos.  Por  D.  Jose  Suarez  de  Figueroa.  Mexico.  [l6 — ?] 
Folio.  93314 

Title  from  Berlstain,  vol.  3,  p.  165,  where  no  date  Is  assigned.  Medina,  "Imprenta 
en  Mexico,"  no.  2013  ,is  from  the  same  authority,  with  the  date  16 —  suggested. 

SuAREZ  DE  FiGUEROA.  De  Ivre  Adhjerendi  alterivs  appella- 
tionis,  &  de  omni  adhoesionis  materia.  .  .  .  Avctore  Licenciato  D. 
losepho  Suarez  de  Figueroa,  experto  iurisconsulto  oppido  nunccu- 
pato  Villaescusa  de  Haro  .  .  .  lam  pridem  Limani  Senator  Regias 
Chancellarias  Regni  Peruani  aduocato.  Nvnc  vero  D.  prorregis 
assessore,  ac  Regii  Vestigalii  in  commissarum  causis  priuatiuo  iudice. 
Cvm  privilegio  Matrit't  Ex  Tyf agraphia  Regia  Anno  1666.  Folio, 
6  leaves,  and  pp.  243,  index  39  leaves.  j|  in  six,  A-T  in  sixes,  V  in 
eight,  a-e  in  sixes,  f  in  eight.  93315 

Title  abbreviated  from  Medina's  "Biblioteca  hispano-americana,"  no.  1417.  A 
copy  is  located  in  the  Biblioteca  Nacional  in  Madrid. 

[SuAREZ  DE  Figueroa].  ...  del  Altar,  ...  a,  concebida  .  .  . 
de  pedado  [sic]  original.  Amen  lesus.  Imfresso  en  Lima  for 
Pedro  de  Cabrera  y  V  aides:  En  la  Imprenta  Real.  A  no  de  1 64 1. 
Folio,  I  unnumbered,  30  numbered,  and  2  unnumbered  leaves. 

.'signed  by  Jose  Suarez  de  Figueroa.  933^^ 

Title  from  Medina's  "Imprenta  en  Lima,"  no.  221,  which  describes  a  mutilated 
copy  in  the  library  of  the  Seminary  of  Santo  Toribio. 

[Suarez  de  Figueroa].  ...  El  hecho  es  notorio  a  v.  m.  Y  assi 
cscusado  el  rcpetirlc,  maxime  qua  do  lo  esta  por  thiplicado  en  los 
informcs  dados,  aunque  inescusable  par  este,  el  aduertir  los  instru- 
mentos  de  que  trae  origen  el  de  la  llamada  venta,  por  fundarse  en 
cllos,  la  simulacion  y  co  fiiiga:  los  quales  son  scys.  El  1.  el  del 
cmpeno  y  hypotcca  especial  de  la  dicha  chacra,  y  poder  en  causa 


SUAREZ    DE    FIGUEROA    (j.)-  221 

propria  para  venderla,  celebrado  en  fauor  de  lua  Lopez  de  Men- 
doza.    [Lima.    l6 — .]    Folio,  29  numbered  leaves.  933^7 

Caption  title.  With  heading:  "Fol.  i."  Signed  by  the  author,  Jose  Suarez  de  Fi- 
gueroa.   A  copy  is  located  in  the  library  of  the  seminary  in  Lima. 

Information  from  Medina's  "Imprenta  en  Lima,"  no.  2410,  which  assigns  it  to  the 
first  quarter  of  the  17th  century. 

SuAREZ  DE  FiGUEROA.  Informa  en  derecho  el  Lie.  D.  loseph 
Svarez  de  Figveroa  .  .  .  En  la  cavsa  que  los  Senores  [sic]  Fiscal  de 
lo  civil,  y  Fiscal  Protector  de  sv  Magestad  sigven  contra  D.  Baltasar 
Pardo  de  Figveroa  y  Gvevara,  General  qve  fve  de  la  Real  Armada 
de  este  mar  del  Sur.  Sobre  oponerle  culpa  en  el  extrauio  de  las 
barras,  pinas,  y  barretones  que  se  aprehendieron  en  la  Nao  Santiago, 
que  baxo  del  puerto  del  Callao  el  ano  passado  de  53.  por  Capitana 
de  la  Real  Armada  con  el  Thesoro  de  su  Magestad,  y  de  particu- 
lares  al  Reyno  de  Tierrafirme.  .  .  .  L'lmaey  Die  20.  Mensis  Afrilis, 
Anni  1654.  I  Folio,  31  numbered  leaves.  933^3 

Title  abbreviated  from  Medina's  "Imprenta  en  Lima,"  no.  362.  A  copy  is  located 
in  the  Biblioteca  Nacional  in  Santiago. 

SuAREZ  DE  FiGUEROA  (Miguel).  Templo  de  N.  |  Grande 
Patriarca  San  |  Francisco  de  la  Provincia  de  |  los  doze  Apostoles 
de  el  Peru  en  la  |  Ciudad  de  los  Reyes  arruinado,  |  restaurado,  y 
engrandecido  |  de  la  providencia  |  Divina.  |  En  Panegyrico  his- 
torial,  y  |  poetico  certamen.  |  Dedicalo  la  mesma  Provincia  |  A 
N.  R.mo  P.  F.  Antonio  |  de  Somoza,  Letor  Jubilado,  |  Caliiicator 
de  la  Suprema,  y  General  Inquisicion,  |  Guardian  de  los  Conventos 
de  San  Francisco  de  |  Leon,  y  Salamanca,  Padre  de  la  Provincia 
de  I  Santiago,  de  toda  la  Orden,  y  Comis-  |  sario  General  de  las 
Indias.  |  Escrivelo  obediente  hijo  de  |  la  Prouincia  el  P.  Predicador 
Fr.  Miguel  j  Suarez  de  Figueroa.  |  Con  licencia.  En  Lima,  Ano  de 
1675.  I  4to,  8  unnumbered  and  23  numbered  leaves,  i  unnumbered 
leaf,  "Visita,  y  declaracion  que  hizo  el  P.  Pred.  Fr.  Juan  de  Ben- 
auides"  17  unnumbered  leaves.  3  plates.  [a]-b,  A-F,  a-d  in 
fours,  I  leaf  without  signature.  Y.  93319 

Title  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt. 

A  facsimile  of  the  title  is  in  Vindel's  "Manual  ...  del  biblioiilo  hispano-americano," 
1931. 

Medina  in  his  "Imprenta  en  Lima,"  no.  496,  and  Leclerc,  "Bibliotheca  Americana," 
1878,  state  that  Pinelo's  "Epitome"  gives  this  title,  dated  1673.  We  have  been  unable 
to  find  this  reference  in  Pinelo. 

SuAREz  DE  Gamboa  (Juan).  Illustrissimo  Seiior.  Adverten- 
cias  de  daiios  qve  se  sigven,  assi  para  el  Real  interesse  de  su  Mages- 
tad, como  en  daiio  general  del  comun  de  la  Nueua  Espana,  y  su 
ruina,  cuya  razon  es  verisimil  y  verdadera,  sin  que  se  pueda  escu- 


222  SUAREZ    DE    GAMBOA. 

recer,  que  demas  de  lo  que  ha  mostrado  la  experiencia,  amenaza 
mayor  dano  para  adelante,  y  auisos  de  su  remedio,  que  di  yo  luan 
Suarez  de  Gamboa,  vezino  de  la  ciudad  de  los  Angeles,  .  .  .  [Mad- 
rid?   1621.]    Folio,  7  numbered  leaves.  BM.  93320 

Caption  title. 

Signed  at  Madrid,  December,  1621.  Title  from  Medina's  "Biblioteca  hispano- 
americana,"  no.  721. 

[Suarez  de  Gamboa].  Sefior.  Tres  Cosas  son  las  que  obligan 
a  credito,  de  los  auisos  que  piden  remedio  de  danos  grandes:  La 
^nmcra,  ...  [Madrid?    162 1.]    Folio,  6  numbered  leaves. 

Caption  title.  BM.  9332I 

Signed  by  Juan  Suarez  de  Gamboa,  and  dated  at  Madrid,  December,  1621.  Title 

from  Medina's  "Biblioteca  hispano-americana,"  no.  720. 

"A  memorial  addressed  to  the  King  of  Spain,  on  the  affairs  of  the  Province  of  New 

Spain  or  Mexico." — bm. 

Suarez  de  Giles  (Tomas).  Memorial  e  information  en  dere- 
cho  del  Licenciado  Don  Thomas  Svarez  de  Giles,  Clerigo  Pres- 
bytero,  y  Abogado  de  la  Real  Audiencia  de  la  ciudad  de  los  Reyes; 
en  fauor  de  aquellos,  que  se  presume,  y  no  consta  auerse  ahorcado 
alios  mesmos,  6  se  dan  otros  generos  de  muertes  desastradas;  para 
que  se  les  aya  de  dar  (en  caso  de  duda)  Eclesiastica  sepultura. 
[Lima.    1 6 — .]    4to,  29  unnumbered  leaves.  93322 

Below  the  title  is  the  coat  of  arms  of  Pedro  de  Villagomez,  archbishop  of  Lima.  He 
was  appointed  in  164.0  and  died  in  1671,  so  the  memorial  must  have  been  printed 
some  time  within  that  period.  It  relates  to  the  question  whether  Christian  burial 
should  be  given  to  a  suicide.  Information  from  Medina's  "Imprenta  en  Lima,"  no. 
241 1,  a  copy  located  in  his  library. 

Suarez  de  Melo  (Matias).  Memorial  de  los  seruicios  del 
Doctor  do  Matias  Suarez  de  Melo,  Clerigo  Presbytero,  natural  de 
la  isla  de  San  Miguel,  y  domiciliario  del  Obispado  de  Cartagena  de 
las  Indias.    [n.  f.    1622.]    Folio,  pp.  (3).  93323 

Caption  title. 

A  copy  is  located  in  the  Indian  Archives  at  Seville.  Information  from  Medina's 
"Biblioteca  hispano-americana,"  no.  6904. 

Suarez  de  Mendoza  (Juan).  D.  loannis  Svarez  de  Mendoza 
Ivrisconsvlti  Hispani  in  Salmaticcnsi  Academia  publici  iuris  C.-^sarvm 
profcssoris  Commcntarii  ad  Legem  Aqviliam.  .  .  .  Salmanticcr.  Afud 
Tabcrnirr.  Atmo  m.dc.xl.  4to,  pp.  (20),  61S;  sum;c  capitum, 
4  unnumbered  leaves;  index  rcrum,  32  unnumbered  leaves;  Lidex 
Icgum,  10  unnumbered  leaves;  blank  leaf;  Priemonitio  ad  lectorem, 
uimumbcrcd  leaf,  verso  blank;  Francisci  Balduini  Commentarius 
tic-  Lege  Aquilia  pp.  (27).  93324 

Title  abbreviated  from  Medina's  "Biblioteca  hispano-americana,"  no.  1021.  A 
copy  is  located  in  the  library  of  the  University  of  Seville. 


SUAREZ    DE    PERALTA.  223 

SuAREZ  DE  Peralta  (Juan).  Tractado  de  la  Cavalleria,  |  de 
la  Gineta  y  Brida:  enel  qual  se  contiene  |  muchos  primores,  assi 
enlas  seiiales  de  los  |  Cauallos,  como  en  las  condiciones:  colores  y 
I  talks:  y  como  se  ha  de  hazer  vn  hombre  de  a  ca-  |  uallo  de  ambas 
sillas,  y  las  posturas  que  ha  de  tener,  y  |  maneras  para  enfrenar,  y 
los  frenos  que  en  cada  silla  |  son  menester,  para  que  vn  cauallo  ande 
bien  enfrenado  |  y  otros  auisos  muy  principales  y  primos,  tocantes  y 
vr-  I  gentes  a  este  exercicio.  Compuesto  per  don  |  luan  Suarez  de 
Peralta,  Vezino  |  y  natural  de  Mexico,  |  en  las  Indias.  |  Dirigido  al 
muy  excelente  senor  don  Alonso  Perez  |  de  Guzman  el  bueno, 
Duque  de  Medina  Sydonia,  Conde  |  de  Niebl,  Marques  de  Cagaga, 
I  en  Africa,  |  Con  Preuilegio  Real.  |  En  Seu'illa  en  casa  de  Fer- 
nando Diaz.  Imfressor:  \  enla  calle  dela  Sierfe.  |  Ano  de  1 580.  | 
4to,  10 1  numbered  leaves.  93325 

Title  from  a  photo-facsimile  in  Vindel's  "Manual  .  .  .  del  bibliofilio  hispano- 
americano,"  193 1.  Medina,  Bib.  hisp.-amer.  no.  264,  locates  a  copy  in  the  Biblio- 
teca  Nacional  in  Madrid. 

Suarez  de  Peredo  (Agustin).  Informe  que  da  el  comisionado 
del  ramo  de  coches  d  providencia  Agustin  Suarez  de  Peredo  en  la 
solicitud  que  presentaron  al  Exmo.  Ayuntamiento  los  infractores 
del  Reglamento  del  ramo,  ciudadanos  M.  Perez  de  Castro  [and 
others],  pidiendo  lo  separaran  de  la  comision,  .  .  .  Megico.  1838. 
4to.  BM.  93326 

Suarez  de  Peredo  (Vicente  del  Nifio  Jesus).  La  estrella  mas 
hermosa  6  Aparicion  de  la  Santisima  Virgen  de  Ocotlan  en  la  noble 
ciudad  de  Tlaxcalan  .  .  .  Puebla:  Imfr.  del  Comer c'lo.  1 840. 
i2mo,  pp.  70.  Frontispiece,  ucal(bancroft).  +  Mexico. 
1846.    l2mo,  pp.  80.    4  plates  and  map.  93327 

Title  of  the  1840  edition  from  the  printed  catalogue  of  the  Bancroft  Library  pub- 
lished by  the  University  of  California,  1930.  It  is  listed  in  the  Andrade  catalogue, 
1869,  no.  2838,  with  the  following  collation:  "pp.  (6),  70.    Plate,  and  map." 

Title  of  the  1846  edition  from  the  latter  catalogue,  no.  2839. 

Suarez  de  Peredo.  Historia  de  la  Santisima  Virgen  Mari'a, 
que  con  el  titulo  de  Ocotlam  se  venera  con  todas  las  apariencias  de 
aparecida  en  la  nobilisima  ciudad  de  Tlaxcalam,  para  cuya  forma- 
cion  ha  tenido  a  la  vista  su  humilde  autor  Fr.  Vicente  del  Nino  Jesus 
Suarez  de  Peredo.  Religiose  laico  de  la  Provincia  del  Santo  Evan- 
gelio  de  Mexico,  y  morador  del  convento  de  Santa  Recoleccion  de 
N  S.  P.  S  Francisco  de  Topoyanco,  todo  lo  que  hasta  el  dia  se  ha 
excrito  en  esta  materia.   Dase  a  luz  a  expensas  sohcitadas  y  aplicadas 


224 


SUAREZ    DE    SOLIS. 


con  licencia  de  sus  superiores,  por  el  mismo.    Mexico:    1823.    Im- 
frcnta  de  D.  Mariano  Ontiveros.    l6mo,  pp.  104.   Frontispiece. 

HISP.SOC.AMER.,   NYP.,   UCAL  (  BANCROFT)  .   93328 

SuAREz  DE  SoLis  (Alonso).  Memorial  del  pleyto  que  don 
Alonso  Suarez  de  Solis  senor  de  la  villa  del  Villar  trata  con  El 
senor  Fiscal.  Sobre  Que  pretende  el  seiior  Fiscal  se  ha  de  madar  al 
dicho  don  Alonso  responda  derechamente  a  las  excepciones  que  le 
tiene  puestas.    \_n.  f.    1620?]    Folio,  58  leaves.  933^9 

Title  from  Medina's  "Biblioteca  hispano-americana,"  no.  6905,  a  copy  located  in 
the  library  of  the  University  of  Seville. 

Suarez  de  Somoza  (Jeronimo),  fscud.  Vida  \  del  venerable 
y  apostolico  |  Padre  Pedro  Claver  |  de  la  Compania  |  de  lesvs.  | 
Dispvesta  por  el  Licenciado  Geronimo  Suarez  de  |  Somoza,  nat- 
ural de  Madrid,  alumno  de  la  misma  |  Religion.  |  Dedicala  |  Al 
Reuerendissimo  Padre  Pedro  Pimentel,  de  |  la  Compania  de  lesus, 
Prcdicador  de  su  Ma-  |  gestad,  y  Calificador  del  Consejo  supremo  | 
de  la  Santa  y  General  |  Inquisicion.  |  Con  privilegio.  |  En  Madridy 
for  Maria  de  QuinoneSy  |  Ano  de  1 65 7.  |  8vo,  12  unnumbered,  and 
172  numbered  leaves.  nyp(schomburg).  93330 

Sommervogel  in  his  edition  of  Backer,  vol.  I,  col.  •^zS,  notes  that  the  preface  shows 
that  the  work  though  published  under  the  name  of  Suarez  de  Somoza,  was  written  by 
the  Jesuit,  Alfonso  de  Andrade.  Antonio  in  his  Bib.  Hisp.  Nova,  vol.  i,  1783,  p.  604, 
had  questioned  whether  the  author  were  a  Jesuit. 

Medina,  "Bibliotheca  hispano-americana,"  no.  1274,  locates  another  copy  in  the 
library  of  the  University  of  Granada,  and  one  in  his  own  collection. 

[Suarez  de  Zayas  (Juan)].  Discurso,  |  y  Alegacion  juridica 
por  el  venerable  Dean,  y  Cabildo  |  de  la  Santa  Iglesia  |  Cathedra 
Metropolitana  |  de  la  Ciudad  de  Mexico,  |  en  la  Nueva-Espana. 
En  el  Pleyto  |  con  la  sagrada  Religion  de  la  |  Compania  de  Jesus. 
Sobre  |  La  liquidacion,  y  justificacion  de  los  Diezmos  de  Fru-  |  tos, 
Ganados,  Heredades,  y  Predios,  propios  de  las  |  Casas,  y  Colegios  de 
dicha  Religion,  sitos  dentro  de  |  los  limites,  y  terminos  de  aquel 
Arzobispado;  y  sobre  |  las  diligencias,  que  a  este  sin  practicaron  los 
Jucces  I  Hacadores  de  Diezmos,  y  sus  Colectores,  y  Minis-  |  tros.  | 
\^Madrid.    1735.]    4to,  I  unnumbered,  and   19  numbered  leaves. 

BM.,  JCB.  93331 

Signed  and  dated:   Madrid,  y  Octubre  26.  de  1735.    Lie.  Don  Juan  Suarez  de  Zayas. 

Information  supplied  by  Catherine  C.  Quinn. 

Suarez  de  Zayas.    Informe  |  hecho  al  Real,  |  y  Supremo  Con- 


sejo 
Por 


de  las  Indias  |  el  dia  14.  de  Dicicmbre  de  este  ano  |  de  1 735. 
El  Licenciado  Don  Juan  Suarez  |  de  Zayas,  Abogado  de  los 
Rcalcs  Conscjos.  |  En  defcnsa  del  Venerable  Dean,  I  y  Cabildo  de 


SUAREZ    IRIARTE.  225 

la  Santa  Iglesia  Cathedral  Metropo-  |  litana  dc  la  Ciudad  de  Mex- 
ico: I  cuyo  derecho  coadyuba  el  de  la  Santa  |  Iglesia  Cathedral  de 
la  Puebla  de  los  Angeles:  |  en  el  pleyto  |  con  la  Sagrada  Religion 
de  la  I  Compaiiia  de  Jesus.  |  Sobre  |  La  liquidacion,  y  justificacion 
de  los  Diezmos  que  adeudan  los  Co-  |  legios,  y  Casas  de  aquel 
Arzobispado.  |  Y  con  |  el  Senor  Fiscal  de  dicho  Consejo,  |  por  el 
interes,  que  Su  Magestad  (Dios  le  guarde)  |  tiene  en  dichos  diezmos 
por  la  reserva  de  [  sus  dos  Reales  Novenos,  |  [Mexico.  1 735?] 
Folio,  I  unnumbered,  and  7  numbered  leaves. 

BM.,  ucal(bancroft).  93332 

SuAREZ  Iriarte  (Francisco).  Defensa  pronunciada  ante  el 
gran  jurado  el  21  de  marzo  de  1850,  por  Francisco  Suarez  Iriarte, 
acusado  en  8  de  agosto  de  1848  por  el  Secretario  de  Relaciones  en 
aquella  fecha,  de  los  crimenes  de  sedicion  contra  el  Gobierno  de 
Queretaro  e  infidencia  contra  la  patria,  en  sus  actos  como  Presi- 
dente  de  la  Asamblea  Municipal  de  la  ciudad  y  distrito  de  Mexico. 
Mexico.  Tifografia  de  R.  Rafael,  calle  dc  Cadena  N°  13.  1850. 
8vo,  pp.  (4),  iii— V,  verso  blank,  3—147.    Folded  plan. 

BM.,  Hisp.soc.AMER.,  ucal(bancroft).  93333 

Suarez  Marrero  (Diego).  Oracion  funebre,  |  que  |  en  las 
Exequias  |  de  nuestro  Catolico  Monarca  |  el  S"".  D.  Carlos  III.  | 
Celebradas  por  el  muy  Ilustre  Venerable  Cabil-  |  do  de  la  Santa 
Iglesia  Catedral  de  Valla-  |  dolid  de  Michoacan  |  dixo  |  el  Sr.  Dr. 
D.  Diego  Suarez  Marrero  |  Prebendado  de  la  misma  Iglesia,  | 
Oficiando  de  Pontifical  el  Illmo.  Senor  Obispo  |  Diocesano,  con 
asistencia  de  ambos  Cabil  dos,  de  |  las  Religiones,  y  de  todas  las 
clases  de  esta  |  Ciudad,  dia  3  de  Septiembre  de  1 789.  |  Imfresa  en 
Mexico,  for  Don  Felipe  de  Zuniga  y  Ontiveros,  \  calle  del  Esfiritu 
Santo  ana  de  1790.  |  4to,  pp.  (6),  38.  JCB.,  nyp.  93334 

Suarez  Osorio  de  Cepeda  (Juan).  Epicedio  ivridico,  dia- 
lectico,  politico,  y  moral,  en  qve  se  dize,  la  obligacion  qve  su  Mages- 
tad  tiene  de  premiar  los  seruicios  de  don  Luis  Fernandez  de  Cordoua 
y  Arce,  Veintiquatro  de  la  ciudad  de  Cordoua,  y  sus  antecessores,  y 
los  de  dona  luana  de  Arce  y  Cepeda  su  muger,  cuya  es  la  villa  y 
mayorazgo  del  Carpio.  Por  Don  Ivan  Svarez  Osorio  de  Cepeda 
Cauallero  de  la  Orden  de  Calatraua.  |  [n.  f.  1631.]  Folio,  26 
leaves.  93335 

Presenting  claims  to  a  Spanish  title,  a  commission  in  the  Order  of  Santiago,  and  a 
place  in  the  Council  of  war. 

Information  from  Medina's  "Biblioteca  hispano-chilena,"  no.  79,  where  it  is 
stated  that  the  "Epicedio"  is  preceded  by  four  leaves  containing  an  exposition  of  the 


2  26  SUAREZ    PEREDA. 

services  of  Fernandez  de  Cordoua,  who  accompanied  Suarez  Osorio  in  his  claims  to 
patronage,  by  Francisco  de  Barreda.  These  two  pieces  are  preceded  by  two  leaves  con- 
taining a  letter  or  dedication  of  Suarez  Osorio  addressed  to  Lorenzo  de  Cardenas, 
president  of  the  Consejo  de  Indias,  and  dated,  Madrid,  July  i8,  1631. 
A  copy  is  located  in  the  library  of  the  University  of  Seville. 

Suarez  Pereda  (Jose  Rafael).  Relacion  de  los  servicios  y 
meritos  del  D^.  Jose  Rafael  Suarez  Pereda.  [Mexico.  1844.] 
8vo.  BM.  93336 

Suarez  Peredo  (Francisco).  Inscripciones  colocadas  en  el 
catafalco,  y  oraciones  funebres  pronunciadas  en  las  solemnes  exe- 
quias  que  celebro  en  las  dias  6  y  7  de  octubre  de  1848,  la  santa 
iglesia  catedral  de  Puebla,  por  el  alma  del  Exmo.  y  Illmo.  Senor 
Dr.  Don  Francisco  Pablo  Vazquez  .  .  .  Puebla:  I?npr.  de  A.  Cas- 
tillero.   1849.   8vo,  pp.  (6),  50.     BM.,  ucal(bancroft).  93337 

Suarez  Ponce  de  Leon  (Nicholas).  Por  informaciones,  tes- 
timonios,  titulos,  pareceras,  certificaciones,  sentencias,  y  cedulas  de 
su  Magestad,  Consta  de  los  seruicios  del  Capitan  Nicolas  Suarez 
Ponce  de  Leon,  hijo  legitimo  del  Capitan  Alexo  Suarez  de  Pereda, 
y  de  dona  luana  Ponce  de  Leon,  y  de  los  del  dicho  su  padre,  y 
abuelos.    [n.  f.    16 — ].   Folio,  two  unnumbered  leaves.        93338 

Title  from  Medina's  "Biblioteca  hispano-americana,"  no.  8354,  where  it  is  listed  ia 
a  section  of  undated  17th  century,  publications.  A  copy  is  located  in  the  Palafox  library 
in  Puebla. 

[Suarez  y  Navarro  (Juan)].  Alegato  hecho  ante  el  Juez 
Primero.  See  Santa-Anna  (Antonio  Lopez  de),  note  following  no. 
76747,  vol,  18.   NYP. 

Signed,  Juan  Suarez  y  Navarro. 

Suarez  y  Navarro.  Discurso  sobre  los  tribunales  militares, 
leido  en  el  Ateneo  mejicano  en  una  de  sus  sesiones,  sobre  ciencias 
de  este  ramo  .  .  .  Nueva  edicion  .  .  .  Mejico:  Impr.  de  J.  M.  Lara. 
1849.   8vo,  pp.  60.  ucal(bancroft).  93339 

Suarez  y  Navarro.  Esposicion  hccha  a  la  Camara  de  diputados 
del  Congreso  de  la  union  .  .  .  Mexico:  Impr.  de  I.  Ciimplido. 
1849.   8vo,  pp.  16.  ucal(bancroft).  93340 

Suarez  y  Navarro.  El  general  Santa-Anna  burlandose  de  la 
nacioM  en  su  despedida  fecha  en  Perote  .  .  .  Mexico:  Impr.  de  I. 
CttmpUdo.   1856.    i8mo,  pp.  291.        ucAL (Bancroft).  93341 

Suarez  y  Navarro.  Historia  de  Mexico  y  del  general  Antonio 
Lopez  de  Santa-Anna.    Comprcnde  los  acontecimientos  politicos 


SUAREZ    Y    NAVARRO.  227 

que  han  tenido  lugar  en  la  Nacion,  desde  el  ano  de  182 1  hasta 
1848,  por  Juan  Suarez  y  Navarro,  ciudadano  jalisciense.  Mexico. 
Imprenta  de  Ignacio  Cumfltdo,  Calle  de  los  Rebeldes  numero  2. 
1850.   Folio,  pp.  xi,  457,  erratas  (l).   Frontispiece  portrait. 

B.,    BM.,    C,    H.,    HISP.SOC.AMER.,    NYP.,    UCAl(bANCROFt).,    Y. 

93342 

At  foot  of  p.  457:  "Fin  del  tomo  primero."  No  more  published.  This  volume  brings 
the  history  down  to  1833. 

SuAREz  Y  Navarro.  Informe  sobre  las  frecuentes  revoluci- 
ones.   ^ee  Navarro  (Juan  Suarez),  no.  521 17,  vol.  12.    hisp.soc. 

AMER.,  NYP.,  UCAl(bANCROFt). 

Suarez  y  Navarro.  Juicio  critico  sobre  el  restablecimiento  de 
la  Compania  de  Jesus,  .  .  .  Mexico.    1 84 1.    8vo.  BM.  93343 

Suarez  y  Navarro.  Oracion  civica  pronunciada  en  la  capital 
de  Mexico  el  dia  1 1  de  septiembre  de  1853,  por  el  General  D.  Juan 
Suarez  y  Navarro.  Mexico.  Imprenta  de  Ignacio  Cumflido,  calle 
de  los  Rebeldes  num.  2.    1 853.   Royal  8vo,  pp.  9,  (  I  ).   aas.  93344 

See  also  Perdigon  Garay  (J.  G.),  no.  60874,  vol.  14,  bm.,  and  the  following: 
Contestacion  al  alegato  presentado  por  D.  J.  Suarez  Navarro,  en  la  causa  instruida 
al  teniente  coronel  D.  R.  Junguito,  por  difamacion.    Mexico.    1850.    8vo.    bm. 

Suarez  y  Romero  (Anselmo).  Coleccion  de  articulos  de  An- 
selmo  Suarez  y  Romero.  Habana:  E stable cimkento  tifografico  La 
Anttlla,  Lamfarilla  i6.    1859.    ^^O'  PP-  276,  2. 

B.,  C,  H.,  HISP.SOC.AMER.,  NYP.  93345 

The  essays  are  divided  into  five  groups:  Educacion,  Critica,  Biografia,  Costumbres 
del  camp,  Cuadros  de  la  naturaleza  cubaiia. 

Other  essays  and  a  novel  by  the  same  author  appeared  after  i860. 

Suarez  y  Torquemada  (Jose  Francisco).  El  Tercero  por 
antonomasia  o  rey  tres  veces  coronado,  el  S"".  D.  Carlos  III.  Rey 
de  las  Espaiias  en  su  feliz  proclamacion  Que  celebraron  las  Nobles 
Diputaciones  de  el  Comercio  de  Espana,  y  Xalapa,  el  dia  diez,  y 
siete  de  Mayo  en  la  solemnidad  de  la  Santissima  Trinidad  de  el 
ano  de  176 1.  Predico  el  Dr.  D.  Joseph  Francisco  Svarez,  y  Tor- 
quemada, Colegial  Antiguo  de  el  Eximio  de  Sr.  S.  Pablo  de  la 
Puebla,  Abogado  de  la  Real  Audiencia,  Cura  Coadjutor  de  Santa 
Maria  Piaztla,  Interino,  y  despues  Proprietario  de  Xalapa,  Comis- 
sario  de  la  Sta.  Cruzada,  y  de  el  Sto.  Oficio  de  la  Inquisicion  de 
este  Reyno,  Natural  de  dicho  Lugar.  Sacalo  a  luz  D.  Manuel 
Rivero,  Cordero,  Quien  lo  dedica  a  el  Illmo.  Sr,  Dr.  D.  Domingo 
Pantaleon  Alvarez  de  Abreu,  Arzobispo  de  Santo  Domingo,  Dig- 
nissimo  Obispo  de  la  Puebla  de  los  Angeles  de  el  Consejo  de  S.  M. 


228  SUBALTERN. 

Assistente  a  el  Sacro  Solio,  &c.  Imfresso  en  Mexico  en  la  Imfrenta 
de  el  Real,  y  Mas  antiguo  Colegto  de  San  IldejonsOy  ano  de  l']b2. 
4to,  pp.  (14),  20.  93346 

Title  from  Medina's  "Imprenta  en  Mexico,"  no.  4797,  a  copy  located  in  his  own 
library. 

Beristain  lists  this  title  with  the  date,  176 1. 

A  Subaltern  in  America.    See  [Gleig  (George  Robert)],  no. 

27570,  vol.  7.    B.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.,  Y. 

According  to  Babcock's  "Rise  of  American  Nationality,"  [1906],  p.  322,  this  work 
was  "deliberately  modelled  after  Gleig's  books,  and  incorporates  part  of  the  title  of 
another  book  by  Gleig,  The  Subaltern,  which  deals  exclusively  with  the  Peninsular 
Wars.  .  .  .  but  a  careful  examination  of  the  volume,  .  .  .  makes  it  perfectly  clear  that 
Gleig  could  not  have  written  it." 

Subdivisions  du  Bas-Canada.  See  Canada,  no.  lo6i  I,  vol.  3. 

Subduing  Freedom  in  Kansas.  See  Kansas,  no.  37092,  vol.  9. 

H.,  NYP.  93347 

Advertisements  at  foot  of  p.  i  and  on  verso  of  p.  31  appear  over  the  names  of 
Greeley  &  McElrath,  Tribune  Office,  New  York. 

[SuBERWiCK  (Mme. ^^)]-    Misterios  de  la  Inquisicion  y 

otras  sociedades  secretas  de  Espaiia,  por  M.  V.  de  Fereal  [fseud.], 
con  notas  historicas  y  una  introduccion  de  D.  Manuel  de  Cuendias. 
Traducida  del  Frances.  Mejico:  Imfrenta  de  V.  Garcia  Torres, 
a  cargo  de  L.  Vidaurri.  1 850.  8vo,  added  illustrated  title,  and  pp. 
306,  65,  (4),  XX,  59.   Plates.  c,  nyp.  93348 

According  to  the  catalogue  of  the  Bibliotheque  nationale,  the  pseudonym,  "Victor 
de  Fereal,"  was  used  by  Mme.  de  Suberwick.  The  above  work,  which  is  an  abridged 
translation  of  her  "Mystcres  de  I'Inquisition,"  Paris,  1845,  has  American  interest 
because  of  an  added  appendix  which  contains  the  following  items:  Establecimiento  de 
la  Inquisicion  en  el  Nuevo  Mundo,  pp.  299-306;  Autos  de  Fe,  celcbrades  por  la 
Inquisicion  de  Mexico,  pp.  65;  table  of  contents  for  the  complete  work  and  list  of 
plates,  pp.  (4);  Juicio  critico  de  los  misterios  de  la  Inquisicion,  por  un  viajero,  pp.xxj 
Defensa  del  editor  de  la  obra  titulada  Los  misterios  de  la  Inquisicion,  pp.  59.  The  last 
two  items  have  separate  title  pages. 

The  NYP.  copy  has  25  plates  lacking  five  mentioned  in  the  list  of  plates,  but  in- 
cluding two  which  are  not  listed. 

See  also:  J.  M.  Diez  de  Sollano's  anonymous  "Censura  eclesiastica  de  la  obra 
titulada:  Misterios  de  la  Inquisicion,  que  se  publica  por  orden  del  Sr.  Vicario 
Capitular  de  este  Arzoblspado,"  Mexico,  1850.  nyp. 

SuBiA  (Juan  de).  Declamacion  |  honoraria,  |  que  |  en  la 
funcbre  parentacion  |  de  la  M.  R.  M.  |  Sor  Oliva  |  Cayetana 
Maria,  |  rcligiosa  capuchina,  |  se  celebro  en  el  religiosissimo  |  Con- 
vento  de  Seiioras  Capuchinas  de  esta  Ciudad  de  |  Queretaro,  el 
dia  veinte,  y  uno  de  Mayo,  |  del  ano  de  1742.  |  Dijola  |  el  R.  P. 
Fr.  Juan  de  Subia,  Prcdicador  |  General  Jubilado,  v  actual  Predi- 
cador  Mayor  del  Convcnto  I  Grande  de  Nuestro  Padre  San  Fran- 


SUBIDA,  229 

CISCO  de  dicha  |  Ciudad.  |  Sacala  a  luz  a  sus  Expensas  |  cl  Sr.  D.  Juan 
Antonio  Guerrero,  y  Davila,  Urru-  |  tia,  y  Arana,  Caballero  del 
Orden  de  Alcantara,  y  Mar-  |  ques  del  Villar  de  la  Aguila,  |  quien 
lo  dedica  |  al  Santissimo  Patriarcha  senor  San  Joseph.  |  Con  licencia 
en  Mexico:  j  Por  la  V'luda  de  Joseph  Bernardo  de  Hogaly  Imfres- 
sora  del  Real,  y  |  ApostoUco  Tribunal  de  la  Santa  Crui.ada.  Ano 
de  1743.  I  4to,  pp.  (18),  36.  93349 

Title  from  Medina's  "Imprenta  en  Mexico,"  no.  3675. 

La  Subida  mas  alta,  la  caida  es  muy  lastimosa.  [Colophon:] 
Imprenta  de  D.  Mariano  0?itiveros,  ano  de  1 82 1.  [Mexico.^ 
i6mo,  2  leaves.  Y.  93350 

Caption  title.  Followed  by:  Parte  segunda  de  La  Subida  .  .  .  [Colophon:]  Mexico 
1 82 1.  Imprenta  americana  de  D.  Jose  Maria  Betancourt  calle  de  San  Jose  el  Real 
num.  2.  i6mo,  2  leaves,  y.  Caption  title. 

Professor  F.   B.   Liiquiens  states  that  the  author  is  probably   Mariano   Barazabal. 

Information  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt. 

The  I  Sublime  and  Beautiful  |  of  |  Scripture:  |  being  |  Essays  | 
on  I  Select  Passages  |  of  |  Sacred  Composition.  |  By  Courtney  Mel- 
moth.  I  To  which  is  added,  |  Dr.  D wight's  Dissertation  |  on  the 
Poetry,  History,  and  Eloquence  |  of  the  Bible.  ]  .  .  .  |  New-York: 
Printed  by  Tiebout  &?  O^Brien,  \  For  C.  Davisy  and  E.  Mitchell^ 
Booksellers  and  \  Stationers,  Maiden-Lane.  \  1 795.  |  l8mo,  pp. 
247,  contents  (5).  aas.,  ba.,  h.,  job.,  nyp.  93351 

Courtney  Melmoth  was  a  pseudonym  used  by  Samuel  Jackson  Pratt. 
First  English  edition,   1777. 

The  Sublime  and  Ridiculous  blended.  See  [Van  Dusen  (In- 
crease McGee)]. 

Submarine  Armour  Company,  N.  Y.  Charter,  &c.,  of  the 
Submarine  Armour  Company.  Incorporated  by  the  Legislature  of 
the  State  of  New-York,  April  2,  1838.  New-York.  1838.  8vo, 
pp.  21.  ,  c.  93352 

SuBRECARGUE,  pseud.  La  Verite  sur  Haiti,  ses  deux  emprunts, 
ses  agens,  ses  finances,  son  credit  et  ses  ressources.  Reponse  a  la 
Lettre  d'un  Colon,  a  I'usage  de  son  Exc.  le  Ministre  des  Finances 
et  des  capitalistes,  par  un  Subrecargue.  Paris,  Chez  tons  les  lib- 
raires.  Iniprimerie  Morcau,rnc  Montmartre,n°.  t,C).  1 828.  l2mo, 
PP'(2),44-  Y.  93353 

Title  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt.  Attributed  to  —  Nonay  in  Barbier's  "Diction- 
naires  des  ouvrages  anonymes." 

Subscriber,  pseud.  A  Brief  Appeal  in  behalf  of  the  Special  Fund 
opened  by  the  Church  Missionary  Society  for  imparting  religious 
VOL.  XXIV.  15 


230 


SUBSCRIBERS. 


instruction  to  the  Negroes  in  the  West  Indies.    By  a  Subscriber. 
York.    1836.   8vo.  BM.  93354 

The  Subscribers,  proprietors  of  lands  in  the  State  of  Pennsylvania, 
finding  it  necessary  to  protect  their  property  from  unlawful  intru- 
sions, have  agreed  to  form  themselves  into  an  Association  on  the 
following  terms  and  principles.  [Philadelphia.]  June  7,  1796. 
Broadside.  93355 

Title  from  Evans,  no.  30988. 

Subscribers  to  Maiden-Bridge.  See  Maiden  Bridge,  note  follow- 
ing no.  44100,  vol.  1 1. 

The  Subscribers  to  the  Non-importation  Agreement  |  are  desired 
to  meet  at  Davenport's  Tavern,  in  Third-  |  Street;  on  Saturday  1 
next,  at  10  o'Clock;  to  choose  |  eleven  persons  to  supply  the  place! 
of  that  number  of  the  |  Committee,  who  resigned  at  the  meeting  of; 
the  subscribers,  |  this  day  |  September  20  [?],  1770  [?].  [Phila- 
delfhia.    1770?]    Small  410  broadside.  c.  93356 

The  date  in  the  c.  copy  is  mutilated.  Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

.  .  .  The  Subscribers  to  the  |  Non-Importation  Agree-  |  ment, 
are  desired  to  meet  ]  at  the  Exchange  To-morrow  |  Morning,  pre- 
cisely at  1 1  o'clock,  I  to  consider  of  a  Letter  received  |  from  Phila- 
delphia .  .  ,  \_New  York.    1770.]    Small  4to  broadside,      p.  93357 

With    heading:     "New-York,    May    17,    1770.    |    Advertisement."    |    Title    from    a 
photostat  in  nvp. 

Subscripcion  para  imprimir  una  obra  dirigida  a  los  insurgentes  de 
America,  Y  a  los  amantes  de  la  Religion,  de  la  Patria,  y  de  las  santas 
Casas  de  Exercicios.  [Colophon:]  Con  superior  fermiso.  Mexico: 
En  la  oficina  de  D.  Mariano  Ontiveros,  ono  de  1 8 14.    8vo,  pp.  22. 

Signed  by  Agustin  Pomposo  Fernandez  de  San  Salvador.  9335 '^ 

Title  from  Medina's  "Imprenta  en  Mexico,"  no.  10934,  copies  located  in  his  own 
library,  and  in  the  Palafox  library  in  Pucbla. 

Subscription  Assembly.  |  Admit  |  to  the  Assembly,  at  the  Assem- 
bly Room,  Federal  j  street,  for  the  season.  |  YBoston:]  Printed  by 
Thomas  &'  Andrews.    [1796.]    Broadside.  93359 

Title    from   Ford's   "Broadsides,  .  .  .  printed    in    Massachusetts,"    1922,   no.    2801, 
taken  from  a  copy  in  a  private  collection. 

Subscription  Paper  for  the  Deputy  Commissary's  Guide.  |  [An- 
napolis: Printed  by  Anne  Catharine  Green  and  Son.  1774.]  Folio 
broadside.  mdhs.  93360 

Title  from  Wroth's  "History  of  Printing  in  Colonial  Maryland,"   1922,  no.  340. 


SUBSTANCE    OF    A    COUNCIL.  23 1 

The  I  Substance,  |  of  a  |  Council  |  Held  at  Lancaster  August  the 
28th  1764.  By  I  a  Committee  of  Presbyterian  Ministers  |  and 
Elders  deputed  from  all  Parts  of  Penn-  |  sylvania,  in  order  to  settle 
the  ensuing  E-  |  lection  of  Members  for  the  Assembly.  |  Published, 
I  At  the  Request  of  their  respective  |  Congregations.  |  •  •  •  |  [Phila- 
delphia: A.  Ar?nbruster.'\  Printed  in  the  Year  mdcc,LXIV.  |  8vo, 
pp.19.  JCB.,  NYP.,  P.  93361 

Imprint  supplied  from  Hildeburn.  Improved  title  of  no.  60646,  vol.  4,  which  see 
for  a  note,  and  the  suggestion  of  Franklin  as  a  probable  author.  Brinley,  no.  3070, 
considers  the  attribution  doubtful,  and  that  Franklin's  son  William  was  more  likely 
to  have  written  this  lampoon. 

Substance  of  a  Debate  in  the  House  of  Commons  on  the  2  2nd 
May,  1823,  on  the  Motion  of  Mr.  W.  W.  Whitmore,  "that  a 
Select  Committee  be  appointed  to  inquire  into  the  Duties  payable 
on  East  and  West  India  Sugar."  London:  P  rinted  by  J.  S.  Brick- 
tvood.     1823.    8vo,  pp.   (2),  15,  14,   19,  14,  8,  12,  25,  2,   (l),  3, 

(0-  93362 

Title  from  Cundall's  "Bibliography  of  the  West  Indies,"  1909,  p.  109.  Imprint 
and  collation  supplied  from  a  ms.  note  prepared  for  the  Dictionary  by  Joseph  Sabin. 

.  .  .  Substance  of  a  Discussion  in  the  Senate,  on  the  Report  .  .  . 
in  favor  of  incorporating  Amherst  College.  See  American  States- 
man, no.  1 23 1,  vol.  I. 

Boston  should  be  supplied  as  the  place  of  printing. 

The  Substance  of  a  late  Remarkable  Dream,  in  which  were  pre- 
sented the  Celestial  Worlds  and  the  Infernal  Regions,  with  the 
Arch  Enemy  of  Mankind,  with  his  Legions  paraded,  together  with 
his  Instructions  to  them,  in  which  was  discovered,  his  deep-laid  plot 
against  the  United  States  of  America.  Hallowell  (^District  of 
Maine)    Printed  by  Peter  Edes.    1 800.    8vo,  pp.   16. 

AAS.,  NYP.  93363 
Introduction  signed:    James  Shurtleff.    Litchfield,  February,  1800. 

The  Substance  of  a  Letter,  said  to  be  from  a  Committee  of  Devils 
to  a  Gentleman,  and  his  Answer  to  the  Committee  .  .  .  Wilmington, 
O.:  Printed  by  W.  H.  P.  Denny.    [1830.]    8vo,  pp.  48. 

"  'Advertisement'  on  verso  of  t-p.  dated  May  6,  1830." — c.        C,  HEH.  93364 

.  .  .  The  Substance  of  a  Pamphlet,  entitled  a  Solemn  Review  of 
the  Custom  of  War.   See  [Worcester  (Noah)]. 

Substance  |  of  a  |  Speech  |  intended  to  have  been  made  on  |  Mr. 
Wilberforce's  Motion  |  for  the  |  Abolition  of  the  Slave  Trade,  |  on 
Tuesday,  April  3,  1792:  |  But  the  Unwillingness  of  the  Committee 


232 


SUBSTANCE    OF    AN    EXERCISE. 


to  hear  any  thing  farther  |  on  the  Subject,  after  Mr.  Pitt  had 
spoken,  prevented  the  |  Member  from  being  heard.  |  London:  \ 
Printed) or  J.  Owen,  No.  l68,  Piccadilly.  \  1792.  |  8vo,  pp.  (4), 
56.  Y.  +  Second  Edition,  corrected,  |  with  notes,  and  an  appendix. 
I  [Same  imprint  and  date.]    8vo,  pp.  (8),  56,  (20). 

CU.,JCB.  93365 

On  an  early  ms.  slip  prepared  for  the  Dictionary:  "A  copy  occurring  in  a  volume 
of  tracts  from  the  collection  of  Edward  Long,  Esq.  has  upon  the  title-page  in  that 
gentleman's  ms.  'By  Mr.  Franklyn.'  "  Attributed  to  Gilbert  Francklyn  on  the  y. 
catalogue  card. 

The  I  Substance  |  of  an  |  Exercise,  |  Had  this  Morning  in  | 
Scurrih'ty-Hall.  |  [Philadelphia:  Andrew  Steuart.^  Printed  in  the 
Year,  m,dcc,lxv.  |  8vo,  pp.  6.  hsp.,  nyp.,  p.  93366 

By  Isaac  Hunt. 

At  the  end:  "To  be  continued  occasionally."  Imprint  supplied  from  Hildeburn.  The 
first  of  a  series  of  eight  dialogues,  nos.  2—7  of  which  have  the  title,  "Continuation  of 
the  Exercises,"  and  no.  8,  "A  Dialogue,  between  the  Giant  Polypheme,  and  his  Son 
Jack  Nothing."   Siee  nos.  16170,  vol.  4,  and  19929,  vol.  5. 

The  Substance  of  General  Burgoyne's  Speeches,  ^ee  Burgoyne 
(J.),  no.  9257,  vol.  3. 

Substance  of  the  Debate  in  the  House  of  Commons, June  23,1825, 
on  Mr.  Buxton's  Motion,  respecting  the  Destruction  of  the  Metho- 
dist Chapel  in  Barbadoes.  London:  Printed  by  Mills y  Jowetty  and 
Mills,  (late  Bensley,)  Bolt  Coiirty  Fleet  Street.    1825.    8vo,  pp.  20. 

For  an  "Authentic  Report"  of  the  debate,  see  no.  2459a,  vol.  i.    B.,  BM.  933^7 

Substance  of  the  Debate  in  the  House  of  Commons,  on  the  15th 
May,  1823,  on  a  motion  for  the  mitigation  and  gradual  abolition  of 
slavery  throughout  the  British  dominions.  With  a  Preface  and  Ap- 
pendixes, containing  facts  and  reasonings  illustrative  of  colonial 
bondage.  London:  Printed  by  Ellcrton  and  Henderson,  Gough 
Square;  for  the  Society  for  the  Mitigation  and  Gradual  Abolition  of 
Slavery  throughout  the  British  Dominions ;  and  sold  by  J.  Hatchard 
and  Son,  Piccadilly  ;  and  J.  and  A.  Arch,  Cornhill.    1823.    8vo,  pp. 

XXxix,    (l),  248.  B.,  BM.,  C,  NVH.,  NYP.,  PEAB.  93368 

Substance  of  the  Debates  on  a  Resolution  for  Abolishing  the 
Slave  Trade,  which  was  moved  in  the  House  of  Commons  on  the 
loth  June,  1806,  and  in  the  House  of  Lords  on  the  24th  June, 
1806.  With  an  Appendix,  containing  notes  and  illustrations.  Lon- 
don: Printed  and  Sold  by  Phillips  and  Pardon,  George  Yard,  Lom- 
bard Strrrt;  sold  also  by  John  Hatchard,  1 90,  Piccadilly.  1806. 
l2mo,  pp.  xi,  (i),  216.   Folded  plate.  b.,  bm.,  nyp.  93369 


SUBSTANCE    OF    THE    DEBATES.  233 

Substance  of  the  Debates  on  the  Bill  for  Abolishing  the  Slave 
Trade,  which  was  brought  into  the  House  of  Lords  on  the  2d  Janu- 
ary, 1807,  and  into  the  House  of  Commons  on  the  loth  February, 
1807,  and  which  was  finally  passed  into  a  law  on  the  25th  March, 

1807.  hondon:    Printed  and  Sold  by  W.  PhllltfSy  George  Yardy 
Lombard  Street;    sold  also    by   John  Hatchardy    190,    Piccadilly. 

1808.  l2mo,  pp.  iv,  273.  NYP.  93370 

The  Substance  of  the  Evidence  of  Sundry  Persons  on  the  Slave- 
Trade.   See  Clarkson  (Thomas),  no.  13494,  vol.  4.   B.,  H.,  P. 

Preface  signed  by  Clarkson. 

The  Substance  of  the  Evidence  Delivered  to  a  Committee  of  the 
.  .  .  House  of  Commons  by  the  Merchants  ...  of  London.  See 
Glover  (Richard),  no.  27609,  vol.  7. 

The  Substance  of  the  Evidence  on  the  Petition  presented  by  the 
West-India  Planters.  See  Glover  (Richard),  no.  27610,  vol.  7. 

Substance  of  the  Memorial.   See  West  India  Dock  Company. 

Substance  of  the  Proceedings  in  the  House  of  Commons  on 
Thursday,  July  25,  1822,  on  the  occasion  of  Two  Addresses  to 
his  Majesty:  one  moved  by  Mr.  Wilberforce,  for  preventing  the 
Extension  of  Slavery  at  the  Cape  of  Good  Hope;  and  the  other  by 
Mr,  Wilmot,  for  sending  Commissioners  of  Inquiry  to  certain  Brit- 
ish Colonies.  London:  Printed  jar  J.  Hatchard  and  Sony  Picca- 
dilly. 1822.  .  .  .  [Colophon:]  Ellerton  and  Henderson,  Printers, 
Johnson's  Conrty  London.  8vo,  pp.  (4),  46,  verso  blank,  list  of 
books  (i).  B.  93371 

Relates  partly  to  slavery  in  the  West  Indies. 

Substance  of  the  Report  of  the  Court  of  Directors  of  the  Sierra 
Leone  Company  to  the  General  Court  held  at  London  the  19th  of 
October  1791.   London.    1791.    8vo.  BM.  93372 

Relates  to  the  slave  trade. 

Substance  [  of  the  |  Report  |  delivered  by  the  |  Court  of  Directors 
I  of  the  I  Sierra  Leone  Company,  |  To  the  |  General  Court  of 
Proprietors,  |  On  Thursday  the  27th  March,  |  1794.  |  London 
Printed  by  James  PhillipSy  George  Yard,  \  Lombard  Street. 
M.DCC.xciv.  I  i2mo,  pp.  175.  Folded  map,  nyp.  -\-  Philadelphia, 
I  Printed  by  Thomas  Dobso7i,  at  the  Stone-House,  \  No  41,  South 
Second  Street.  \  1795.  |  l2mo,  pp.  168.    Folded  map, 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CH.LIB.SOC,  M.,  NYP.,  P.  93373 

On  p.  175  of  the  London  edition:    "In  the  Press,  and  speedily  will  be  published, 


234 


SUBSTANCE    OF    THE    REPORT. 


Price  Five  Shillings  in  boards,  a  New  Edition  of  this  Report  in  Octavo,  Handsomely 
printed  on  Superfine  Paper."  The  bm.  Catalogue  lists  a  London,  1794,  edition  in 
octavo. 

Improved  title  of  no.  80885,  vol.  19. 

The  remainders  of  the  Philadelphia  edition  were  reissued  in  the  Substance  of  the 
Reports,  1799,  entered  below. 

Substance  of  the  Report  of  the  Court  of  Directors  of  the  Sierra 
Leone  Company  .  .  .   30th   March    1794.    London.     1 796.     8vo. 

BM. 93374 

Substance  of  the  Report  of  the  Court  of  Directors  of  the  Sierra 
Leone  Company  .  .  .  26th  February,  1795.    London.    1 795.    8vo. 

BM. 93375 

For  a  Philadelphia  edition,  see  no.  80886,  vol.  19.  aas.,  ba.,  bm.,  c,  ch.lib.soc, 
JCB.,  NYP.,  p.    Also  issued  in  Substance  of  the  Reports,  1799,  below. 

Substance  of  the  Report  deh'vered  by  the  Court  of  Directors  of 
the  Sierra  Leone  Company  ...  1801.  London:   W.Phillifs.    iSoi. 

BM.  93376 

BM.  also  has  the  "Substance"  of  the  reports  for  1804  and  1808,  published  in  London. 

Substance  |  of  the  [  Reports  |  delivered  by  the  |  Court  of  Directors 
I  of  the  I  Sierra  Leone  Company,  |  to  the  |  General  Court  of  Pro- 
prietors. I  To  which  is  Prefixed  |  Memoirs  |  of  |  Naimbanna,  |  an  j 
African  Prince.  |  Philadelfhia:  |  Printed  for  Thomas  Dobson,  at 
the  Stone-Housey  \  No  41,  South  Second  Street.  |  1 799.  |  l2mo, 
pp.  22;  168;  24.  AAS,  93377 

Except  for  the  new  title  page  and  the  Memoirs  of  Naimbanna,  the  above  is  a  reissue, 
including  the  original  title  pages,  of  the  sheets  of  the  Philadelphia  editions  of  the 
Substance  of  the  Report  .  .  .  30th  March  1794,  and  Substance  of  the  Report  .  .  .  26th 
February,  1795,  see  above,  and  no.  80886,  vol.  19. 

The  Substance  of  Two  |  Letters  |  Concerning  Communion  in 
the  I  Lord's  Supper:  |  The  first,  |  In  Favour  of  a  mixed  Commun- 
ion in  that  |  Ordinance:  |  The  Second,  |  In  Answer  thereto:  | 
Opening  up  and  shewing  from  the  Scriptures  of  Truth,  |  the  Na- 
ture and  Design  of  that  Divine  |  Institution,  and  what  is  necessary 
to  a  consistent  Communion  therein.  I  Taken  out  of  a  Foreign 
Author  I  First  published  about  the  Year  1730.  |  .  .  .  |  Newfort: 
Printed  in  the  Year  1768.  |  8vo,  pp.  23.  rihs.  93378 

Title  supplied  by  Howard  M.  Chapin. 

The  Substance  of  Two  Reports  of  the  Faculty  of  Amherst  Col- 
lege.  Sec  Amherst,  no.  1332,  vol.  i.    aas.,  c. 

Substantial  Facts  relating  to  the  .  .  .  Coal  Hill  and  Union  Mines. 
See  [Remington  (R.  P.)],  69558,  vol.  17. 


SUBSTITUTE.  235 

Substitute  for  the  Report  of  the  Committee  of  the  Senate.  See 
Pennsylvania,  no,  60647,  ^^^-  ^4* 

Substitute  to  Resolutions  approbating  the  Measures  of  the  Gen- 
eral Government.  [Lancaster)  Pa.^  Printed  by  Benjamin  Grimier. 
[1809.]    8vo,  pp.  14.  93379 

Title  from  an  early  ms.  slip  prepared  for  the  Dictionary  by  Joseph  Sabin.  Grimier 
was  the  printer  of  "Der  Wahre  Amerikaner,"  published  in  Lancaster,  see  Brigham's 
"Bibliography  of  American  Newspapers,"  in  Amer.  Antiq.  Soc.  "Proceedings,"  new 
ser.,  vol.  30,  1920,  p.  137. 

The  Sub-treasury:  a  Tract  for  the  Times.  Prepared  by  order  of 
Willis  Green.  Chairman  of  the  Rxecutive  [sic]  Committee  of  the 
Whig  members  of  Congress.  Washington:  Printed  by  Johti  T. 
Tozvers.    1844.   8vo,  pp.  16.  nyp.  93380 

Suburban  Monthly;  a  Journal  of  Current  Literature.  San  hean- 
droy  Cal.    1859.    Continued.  ucal(bancroft).  9338 1 

Continued  through  vol.  3  of  the  first  series,  and  vol.  I,  nos.  1—6,  at  least,  of  a  new 
scries,  1859—1898.   See  Union  List  of  Serials,  which  locates  no  other  set. 

A  Succint  Account  of  the  Disturbance  which  occurred  at  the 
Charleston  Theatre,  on  the  evening  of  the  I2th  of  March,  1817. 
With  the  Addresses  to  the  Public,  by  Mr.  Holman,  the  Manager, 
and  Mr.  Caldwell.  Charleston:  Printed,  Published  and  sold  by 
A.  E.  Miller y  No.  C)(),  Queen-street.    1817.    l6mo,  pp.  39. 

NYP.  93382 

Succinct  Account  of  the  Treaties  and  Negociations.  See  [Stuart 
(Andrew)],  no.  93129,  vol.  24. 

A  Succinct  Review  of  the  American  Contest.  See  [Ramsay 
(Allan)],  no.  67678,  vol.  16. 

A  Succinct  Statement  of  the  Grounds  of  the  Demands  of  the 
Legal  Representatives  of  the  late  Francis  Pelletreau,  on  the  Parties 
interested  in  the  American  Vessels  the  Hart,  the  Two-Friends,  the 
Alpha  and  Minerva,  destroyed  at  sea  by  a  French  Squadron,  com- 
manded by  Admiral  Lallemand.  New-York:  Mercein  ^  Post's 
PresSy  24.0  Pearl  street.    1838.    8vo,  pp.  18. 

AAS.,  B.,  c,  NYP.  93383 

Improved  title  of  no.  59584,  vol.  14,  entered  under  Pelletreau. 

A  Succinct  Tract  on  the  History,  Doctrines  and  Government  of 
the  Reformed  Protestant  Dutch  Church  in  North  America.  Ap- 
proved and  published  by  the  Board  of  ^L^nagers  of  the  Sabbath 
School  Union,  under  the  sanction  and  order  of  the  General  Synod. 


236 


SUCCINCT    VIEW. 


New-York:    Depository,  103  Fulton  Street.    1 848.    /.  A.  Gray, 
Stereotyfer  and  Printer.    l8mo,  pp.  34.   Plate.  nyp.  93384 

A  I  Succinct  View  |  of  the  |  Missions  |  established  |  among  the 
heathen  |  by  the  |  Church  of  the  Brethren,  |  or  |  Unitas  Fratrum.  | 
Tn  a  I  Letter  to  a  Friend.  |  London:  \  Printed  by  M.  Lewis,  in 
Pater-noster-Row ;  \  And  sold  by  Mess.  Dilly,  in  the  Poultry  ;  Mr. 
Beckett,  I  opposite  the  New  Church  in  the  Strand;  and  at  all  the  \ 
Brethren's  Chapels,  mdcclxxi.  }  Price  Six-pence.  \  Svo,  pp.  (4), 
3-32,  advertisement  (l).  cu.  93385 

Signed:   "Benjamin  La  Trobe. 

A  Succinct  View  of  the  Missions  established  among  the  Heathen 
by  the  Church  of  the  Brethren.  To  which  added,  A  Brief  Account 
of  the  Mission  established  among  the  Esquimaux  Indians,  on  the 
Coast  of  Labrador.  London:  Printed  by  M.  Lewis,  No.  I.  Pater- 
noster Row,  for  the  Brethre?i's  Society  for  the  Furtherance  of  the 
Gospel:   and  Sold  by  M.  Lewis,  and  at  all  the  Brethren's  Chapels. 

M  DCC  LXXIV.  .  .  .  8vo,  pp.  32,  33.  JCB.,  HSP.  93386 

Title  from  an  early  Ms.  slip  prepared  for  this  Dictionary,  locating  copies  as  above. 

A  I  Succinct  View  |  of  the  |  Origin  of  our  Colonies,  |  with  ]  Their 
Civil  State,  j  Founded  by  Queen  Elizabeth,  |  Corroborated  by  Suc- 
ceeding Princes,  |  and  |  Confirmed  by  Acts  of  Parliament;  |  where- 
by I  The  Nature  of  the  Empire  established  in  |  America,  |  And  the 
Errors  of  various  Hypotheses  |  formed  thereupon,  |  may  be  clearly 
understood.  |  With  |  Observations  on  the  Commercial,  Beneficial 
and  I  Perpetual  Union  of  the  Colonies  with  this  |  Kingdom.  |  Being 
I  An  Extract  from  an  Essay  lately  published,  |  Entitled  |  The  Free- 
dom of  Speech  and  Writing,  &c.  |  .  .  •  |  London:  |  M  DCC  Lxvi.  | 

Svo,  pp.   (2),  46.  BA.,  C,  cu.,  H.,  JCB.,  M.,  NYP.  93387 

Attributed  to  William  Bollan,  at  one  time  Agent  of  Massachusetts,  in  the  c.  and 
NVP.  catalogues. 

Succsos  de  la  actual  revolucion  en  el  estado  de  Veracruz.  Mex- 
ico: Impr.  de  V.  G.  Torres.    1 85 2.   Svo,  pp.  36. 

ucal(bancroft).  93388 

Sucesos  de  las  Armas  de  Su  Magestad  en  Cataluiia.  Mexico. 
1652.  933S9 

Title  from  Palau  y  Dulcet's  "Manuel  del  librero  hispano-anicricano." 

Sucesos  en  las  fronteras  de  Portugal.  [Mexico:]  Impreso  por  la 
viuda  de  Caldtron.    1652.    Folio.  93390 

Title  from  Andrade'$  "Ensayo  bibliogrdiico  mexicano,"  no.  411. 


SUCESSOS.  237 

Sucesos  felicisi'mos  de  las  armas  de  D.  Juan  de  Austria  en  Estre- 
madura  contra  Portugal.  Iniprcso  en  Mexico  for  la  V.  de  Cal- 
deron,  1663.   Folio.  9339 1 

Title  from  Andrade's  "Ensayo  bibliografico  mexicano,"  no.  516. 

Sucessos  de  la  Armada  qve  fve  al  Brasil.  Sevilla.  1640.  410, 
pp.  4-  93392 

Title  from  Palau  y  Dulcet's  "Manuel  del  librero  hispano-americano." 

Sucinta  descripcion  de  las  exequias  que  a  su  Reina  D.^  Maria 
Luisa  de  Borbon,  consagro  el  Real  Tribunal  de  la  Contratacion  de 
las  Yndias  de  Sevilla  el  l.°  de  Abril  de  1869.  Sevilla^  Juan  Fran- 
cisco de  Bias.    [1689.]    4to,  1 8  leaves,  and  pp.  143.    2  plates. 

Title  from  Palau  y  Dulcet's  "Manuel  del  librero  hispano-americano."  93393 

Sucinta  descripcion  en  verso  de  los  dos  terremotos  que  sufrio  la 
ciudad  de  Santiago  de  Cuba  en  los  dias  20  y  21  de  Agosto  de  1852. 
Madrid:  1852.  Imprenta  de  Don  Norberto  Llorenci,  calle  del 
SacramentOy  num.  3.    l2mo,  pp.  16.       H.,  hisp.soc.amer.  93394 

Cover  title:  Terremoto  de  Cuba.  Descripcion  en  verso  de  los  dos  terremotos  .  .  . 
Por  un  Testigo   ocular.  .  .  . 

The  dedication  is  signed,  "M.  Razvael,"  /.  e.  M.  Alvarez.  See  Medina's  "Diccion- 
ario  de  anonimos  y  seudonimos,"  vol.  2,  1925,  p.  247. 

Sucinta  esposicion  documentada  de  los  nobles  hechos,  grandes 
servicios  y  padecimientos  del  tfniente  [sic]  general  Marques  de 
Casa-Pizarro.  \^n,f.  18 — ?]  Folio,  pp.  30,  documentos  justifica- 
tivos,  Ivii.   Frontispiece  portrait.  nyp.  93395 

The  preface  states  that  the  work  was  written  by  the  grandson  of  the  subject  of  the 
memoir.  According  to  an  extract  from  the  "Gaceta  oficial"  of  Madrid,  Nov.  19,  1816, 
quoted  on  p.  xlix,  the  general  was  killed  in  1 815  at  Charcas,  Bolivia,  during  the  revo- 
lution. He  had  served  in  political  and  military  commands  in  South  America  for  more 
than  44  years.  The  last  date  we  find  mentioned  is  1 8 1 7. 

A  MS.  presentation  inscription  in  the  nyp.  copy  is  signed  by  Adolfo  Pizarro. 

Sucinta  exposicion  de  los  servicios  prestados  al  trono  y  a  la  patria, 
por  el  teniente  general  Marques  de  Casa-Pizarro,  senaladamente 
como  fundador  y  poblador  de  la  Nueva  Oran  en  el  Rio  de  la  Plata. 
[Madrid:   Aguado.    185-?]    4to,  pp.  37,  Ivii.  9339^ 

Title  from  Palau  y  Dulcet's  "Manuel  del  librero  hispano-americano." 

Sucinta  memoria  sobre  la  segunda  invasion  de  Buenos-Ayres  el 
mes  de  julio  de  1807:  en  la  qual  se  da  una  breve  idea  de  lo  mas 
principal  que  acontecio  desde  el  27  de  junio  que  se  dexo  ver  al  hori- 
zonte  oriental  la  armada  y  convoy  enemigo,  hasta  el  amanecer  del 
cinco  de  julio.  A  que  se  anade  una  viva  pintura  de  la  heroyca  y 
gloriosa  defensa  de  la  capital  y  de  todo  el  continente,  con  derrota 


238  SUCKLING. 

del  formidable  exercito  de  Whitelocke  en  aquel  dia  memorable;  y 
dcmostraciones  que  se  signieron  a  tan  senalada  victoria.  Con  licen- 
cia  de  los  superiores.  Bucnos-Ayres:  en  la  Real  imprenta  de  Ninos 
expositos.  Aiio  de  MDCCCViii.   8vo,  pp.  56.  Y.  93397 

Title  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt. 

Suckling  (George).  An  |  Historical  Account  |  of  |  The  Virgin 
Islands,  |  in  the  |  West  Indies.  |  From  their  being  settled  by  the 
English  near  a  |  Century  past,  to  their  obtaining  a  Legislature  |  of 
their  own  in  the  Year  1773;  and  the  law-  |  less  State  in  which  His 
Majesty's  Subjects  in  |  those  Islands  have  remained  since  that  time, 
I  to  the  present.  |  By  George  Suckling,  Esq.  |  London:  \  Printed 
j or  Benjamin  White,  |  at  Horace's  Head, Fleet-street.  |  mdcclxxx. 
I  8vo,  pp.  viii,  116. 

B.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  JCB.,  NYH.,  NYP.  93398 
The  author  was  Chief  Justice  of  the  Virgin  Islands. 

Sucre  (Antonio  Jose  de).  Para  la  histona  de  la  America  del 
Sur.  Los  benemeritos  vencedores  de  Junin  y  Ayacucho  y  sus  con- 
temporaneos,  puestos  en  pie  ante  la  historia  imparcial,  defienden  la 
memoria  y  reputacion  de  su  gran  capitan,  Jeneral  en  Jefe  del  Ejer- 
cito  Unido  Libertador  D.  Antonio  Jose  de  Sucre,  confirmando  que 
es  digno  de  personiiicar  las  glorias  de  sus  companeros  de  armas 
llevando  el  titulo  de  Gran  Mariscal  de  Ayacucho,  por  recompensa 
de  sus  eminentes  servicios  en  la  guerra  de  la  Independencia  de  la 
America  del  Sur.  Lima,  1850.  Impreso  por  Jose  Maria  Mon- 
terola.   4to,  pp.  107.  BM.  93399 

Relates  to  Sucre,  one  of  the  heroes  of  South  American  independence,  later  Presi- 
dent of  Bolivia. 

Title  from  Medina's  "Diccionario  de  anonimos  y  seudonimos,"  vol.  2,  1925,  p. 
121,  where  it  is  attributed  to  Domingo  de  Alcala. 

Sucre.   Victoria  de  Ayacucho.    \^Lima.    1824.]    Folio,  pp.  (4). 

93400 

A  dispatch  from  Sucre  dated  December  ii,  1824.  A  copy  is  in  the  Biblioteca  na- 
cional  in  Lima.    Information  from  Medina's  "Imprenta  en  Lima,"  no.  379V 

[Sucre  (Benigno  Severo)  ] .  Juicio  de  imprenta  y  nuevos  abuses 
de  las  autoridadcs  hermanas  de  Ocumare.  [Caracas?']  Impr.  de 
Nunrz  y  Marquis.    [1840?]    8vo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  17. 

Signed:    "Caracas,  seticmbre  2  de  1840.    1".  S.  Sucre."  C.  934OI 

Sucre  (Jose  Manuel).  Manificsto  que  Jose  Manuel  Sucre,  Juan 
dc  Dios  Mcnch'vclzua  y  Marcos  Jose  Rodriguez,  administrador, 
mtcTvcntor  y  ficl  de  Almaccncs  que  rcspectivamente  fucron  de  la 


SUD.  239 

administracion  general  de  tabaco  de  esta  capital,  hacen  de  los  re- 
sultados  de  las  causas  que  se  ban  seguido  contra  ellos  sobre  el  robo 
de  diez  mil  pesos  remetidos  por  el  primero  a  la  factoria  de  Orituco 
y  sobre  las  mermas  de  especies  durante  su  administracion.  Caracas^ 
tmfrenta  de  Tomas  Antero.    1 829.    8vo,  pp.  32.       BM.,  H.  93402 

Sud.  Continuacion  del  Despertador  de  Michoacan.  [Colo- 
phon:]   En  la  Imfrenta  Nactonal  del  Sur.    [1813.]    4to.      93403 

Title  from  Palau  y  Dulcet's  "Manuel  del  librero  hispano-americano,"  where  it  is 
stated  that  Medina  has  seen  nos.  52  and  53. 

Sud-America.  Politica  i  comercio.  .  .  .  Dirijido  por  D.  F.  Sar- 
miento.  Tomo  I.  .  .  .  Santiago,  Imfrenta  de  Julio  Belin  i  comfaniay 
calle  de  las  Agustinas,  numero  31.  Montevideo,  libreria  de  Elias. 
Valfaraisojlibreria  de  Floury.    1851.   8vo,  pp.  (2),  384.   H.  93404 

Weekly,  Jan.  24-July  17,  1851,  through  vol.  2,  also  containing-  pp.  (2),  384.  No 
later  issues  are  located  by  the  Union  List  of  Serials. 

Siidamerika.   Alphabetized  as  Suedamerika. 

Sudbury,  Mass.  A  Brief  Account  of  the  Buildings  and  Dedi- 
cation of  the  Wadsworth  Monument,  in  Sudbury,  Massachusetts, 
1852.  Mostly  from  the  Daily  Evening  Traveler,  with  important 
corrections.  Waltham:  Josiah  Hastings,  Printer.  1 85 3.  8vo,  pp. 
24-  93405 

"Geo.  Boutwell's  address  {see  Boutwell,  G.  S.,  no.  6973,  vol.  2],  which  occupies 
a  large  part  of  this  pamphlet,  gives  a  fair  analysis  of  the  causes  and  effects  of  the 
Indian  Wars  of  New  England  and  many  details  of  the  Massacre  of  Sudbury." 

Title  and  note  from  the  Field  sale  catalogue,  no.  2309. 

Evangelical  Union  Church.  The  Confession  of  Faith,  Covenant 
and  Regulations  of  the  Evangelical  Union  Church,  in  Sudbury, 
Mass.  To  which  is  prefixed  a  list  of  the  pastors  and  deacons  of  the 
original  church.  Organized  1640.  Aug.,  i860.  Waltham:  Press 
oj  Josiah  Hastings,  i860.    l2mo,  pp.  12.  AAS.  93406 

SuDDARDS  (W[illiam]  ).  God's  Way  in  the  Sanctuary;  or,  A 
Remembrance  of  His  Works.  A  Discourse  delivered  in  Grace 
Church,  Philadelphia,  Sunday,  Nov.  27,  1859,  commemorating  the 
twenty-fifth  anniversary  of  the  Rector's  Settlement  in  Philadelphia. 
By  Rev.  W.  Suddards.  Philadelphia:  J.  S.  Mc  Calla,  Pr.,  237 
Dock  Street.    1859.    8vo,  pp.  36.    Frontispiece.  HSP.  93407 

Sue  (Eugene).  The  Adventures  of  Hercules  Hardy;  or,  Guiana 
in   1772.    By  Eugene  Sue  ...  Translated  from  the  French,  by 


240  SUE. 

Thomas  Pooley  .  .  .  New-York:    J.   Winchester,     [cop.     1844.] 
8vo,  pp.  70.  c.  93408 

A  translation  of  the  first  part  of  Deux  histoires,  below. 
The  author's  name  was  originally  Marie  Joseph  Sue. 

Sue.  Atar-Gull.  Par  Eugene  Sue.  A  Paris,  chez  Vimont,  chez 
Eug.  Renduel.  Imfr.  d'Herhan,  a  Paris.    183  I.    8vo.  934^9 

Dedicated  to  Fenimore  Cooper. 

A  novel  relating  to  the  slave  trade. 

Title  from  "Bibliographie  de  la  France,"  183 1,  p.  330.  The  "Bibliographie"  men- 
tions four  editions  before  1833.  Lorenz,  1840— 1865,  lists  Paris  editions  of  1845, 
1846,  1849  and  1863.  We  have  located  the  following  issues:  Paris,  1845,  bm.j 
1846,  Y.;  an  edition  forming  part  of  Sue's  "Oiuvres  iUu^trees,"  vol.  I,  Paris,  1850, 
NVP.;   also  an  issue  forming  part  of  the  author's  "Plik  et  Plok,"  Parts,   1858.    nyp. 

The  work  has  been  dramatized  at  least  twice.    See  the  bm.  printed  catalogue. 

Sue.  Atar  Gull,  or  The  Slave's  Revenge.  Translated  from  the 
French  of  Euo;ene  Sue,  by  Wm.  Henry  Herbert,  Esq.,  author  of 
"CromweU,"  "The  Brothers,"  etc.  Published  by  Henry  L.  Wil- 
liams: 134  Ann  St.y  New  York,  and  22  Congress  St.,  Boston. 
1846.    8vo,  pp.  viii,  1 1-94.  AAS.  93410 

Roorbach  in  the  issue  covering  the  years  1852— 1855  has  the  title:  "Atar  Gull;  or, 
The  Bridal  Eve,"  published  by  Garratt  and  Company  in  New  York,  but  gives  no  date 
of  printing. 

Sue.  .  .  .  Aventures  d'Hercule  Hardi  ou  la  Guyane  en  1772. 
[Colophon:]  Paris. — Imfrimerie  J.  Voisvenel,  16,  rue  du  Crois- 
sant.   [186-?]    Folio,  pp.  55,  (  I  ).  NYP.  934 1 1 

Caption  title.  With  heading:  "Publication  du  journal  Le  Siecle.  CEuvres  choisies 
de  M.  Eugene  Sue."  [vol.  3] 

For  an  earlier  edition,  see  the  following  title. 

The  adventures  of  Hercule  Hardi  take  place  in  Guiana.  For  an  English  trans- 
lation of  this  first  part,  see  Adventures,  above. 

Sue.  Deux  Histoires,  1772-18 10.  Par  Eugene  Sue.  A  Paris, 
chez.  Ch.  Gosselin,  rue  Saint-G ermain-des-Pres ,  n.  9.  Imf.  de 
Bethunr,  a  Paris.  1 840.  2  vols.,  8 vo.  -\-  Paris:  Paullin.  1846. 
2  vols.,  8vo.  BM.  93412 

Contents:  Aventures  d'Hercule  Hardi;  Le  colonel  de  Surville,  histoire  du  temps 
dc  I'empirc. 

Title  of  the  1840  edition  from  "Bibliographie  de  la  France,"  1840,  p.  603. 

Sue.  .  .  .  Deux  Histoires.  [Colophon:]  Paris:  Imp.  Schneider, 
rue  d' Erfurth,  I.    [1850.]    Folio,  pp.  80.  nyp.  93413 

Caption  title.  With  heading,  "Oeuvres  illustrt3es  d'Eugene  Sue,"  forming  part  of 
vol.  1,  1850,  of  the  collection. 

Contains  in  addition  to  the  stories  of  Hercule  Hardi  and  Colonel  de  Surville, 
"Souvenirs  des  invasions  dc  18 14  et  1815,"  pp.  78-80. 

Sue.  Deux  Histoires,  1 772-1 8 10.  Aventures  d'Hercule  Hardi. 
Lc  colonel  de  Surville;  par  Eugene  Sue.   Nouvelle  edition.   Paris: 


SUE.  241 

Imfr.  Donde\'-Dufre ;  Pantheon  de  la  librairir,  lb,  rice  dr  la 
Reynie.  1 859.  1 8 mo,  pp.  298.  -[-Paris:  Impr.  W alder;  libr. 
Maresq  et  C'.    i860.    4to,  pp.  80.  934 H 

Information  from  "Bibliographic  de  la  France,"  1859,  p.  1 60;  and  1S60,  p.  8. 

Sue.  The  Female  Bluebeard;  or,  Le  Morne-au-Diable.  By 
Eugene  Sue  .  .  .  ISIew  York.  J.  Winchester,  [cop.  1844.]  8vo, 
pp.  115.  c.  93415 

Roorbach,  in  the  issue  covering  the  years  1852— 1855,  lists  without  date  a  Phila- 
delphia edition. 

For  a  note  on  other  English  translations  of  the  work,  see  Morne-au-Diahle,  below. 

Sue.  .  .  .  Henri  le  chancelier.  Souvenirs  d'un  voyage  dans 
I'Amerique  Centrale.   Paris:  Pagnerre.    1857.    i2mo,  pp.  234. 

HISP.SOC.AMER.,  UCAL    (bANCROFt).  934  I  6 

"A  partly  fictitious  account  of  the  adventures  of  'M.  Henri  A  .  .  .  ,'  secretary  of  the 
French  consulate  at  Guatemala.  'Notre  but  .  .  .  etait  d'appeler  I'attentinn  de  notre 
pays  sur  I'Amerique-Centrale.'  p.  230." — Title  and  note  from  the  uc.'vl(bancroft) 
printed  catalogue.    1930. 

Sue.  Le  Morne-au-Diable,  ou  I'Aventurier.  Par  Eugene  Sue. 
A  Paris,  chez  Ch.  Gosselin,  rue  Saint-G crmain-des-Pres ,  n.  9. 
Imprim.  de  BethunCya  Paris.    1 842.    2  vols.,  8vo.  9341? 

Title  from  "Bibliographie  de  la  France,"  1842,  p.  153. 

The  scene  is  laid  in  Martinique. 

Lorenz  also  lists  Paris  editions  of  1845,  bm.,  1851,  and  i860,  nyp.  has  a  Paris 
edition,  folio,  pp.  76,  which  forms  part  of  the  "CEuvres  illustrees  de  Eugene  Sue," 
vol.  5,  1850. 

For  an  English  translation,  see  above.  The  Female  Bluebeard. 

Other  English  translations  were  issued  under  the  titles:  "The  Refugees  of  Mar- 
tinique," London,  [1859],  bm.,  fac.adv.,  princeton;  and  ",A  Romance  of  the  West 
Indies,"  London,  [1898],  c. 

Lorenz  lists  dramatizations  published  in  Paris  in  1848,  y.,  and  1852,  bm.,  nyp. 

Sue.  The  Negro's  Revenge;  or,  Brulart,  the  Black  Pirate.  From 
the  French  of  Eugene  Sue.  London,  J.  Clements.  [  1841  ?  ]  8vo, 
pp.  (2),iv,  49.  BM.,c.,Y.  93418 

Forms  vol.  5  of  the  new  series  of  the  "The  Romancist  and  Novelist's  Library." 
Running  title:   Brulart,  the  Black  Pirate;  or.  Attar  Gull. 
For  the  original,  see  Atar-Gull,  above. 

Sue.  The  Refugees  of  Martinique.  See  Le  Morne-au-Diable, 
above. 

Sue.  a  Romance  of  the  West  Indies.  See  Le  Morne-au-Diable, 
above. 

Sue  (Marie  Joseph).  5^^  Sue  (Eugene). 

Siidamerika  wie  es  war  und  wie  es  jetzt  ist.  See  [Becker  (Gott- 
fried Wilhelm)],  no.  4245,  vol.  I.    hisp.soc.amer.,  nyp. 


2^2  SUDAMERIKANISCHE. 

Siidamerikanische  Trachten.  See  [Viero  (Th.)]. 

El  Sueiio  de  un  Proscrito.    [Lima.    1855.]    l6mo,  pp.  14. 

Y.  93419 

Caption  title.   Dated  and  signed:  "Lima,  Setiembre  5  de  1855.   R[afael]  Carvajal." 
Information  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt. 

Sueno  de  vna  jouen  oprimida  de  la  guerra.  [Colophon :]  Ofictna 
de  San  Jacinto:  A  no  de  1^20.    [Lima.]    4to,  pp.  (4). 

Caption  title.  BIB.NAC.LIMA,  Y.  93420 

Sufferer,  peud.  The  English  Cotejo.  See  [Copithorne  (R.)]. 
no.  16690,  vol.  4.  NYP. 

The  date  should  be  corrected  to  [1739].  "The  'Spanish  libel'  [mentioned  in  the 
title]  was  published  in  London  in  1739  with  title:  Cotejo  de  la  conducta  de  S.  M. 
con  la  de  el  rey  britanico  .  .  .  His  Catholick  Majesty's  conduct  compared  with  that  of 
His  Britannick  Majesty  .  .  .  " — nyp.  printed  card. 

The  Suffering  Greeks.  To  the  Inhabitants  of  the  County  of 
Essex.    [Salem.    1828.]    8vo,  pp.  8.  B.  93421 

Caption  title.  Dated  at  end,  "Salem,  April  4,  1828,"  and  signed  by  Timothy 
Pickering  and  eight  others  of  a  committee  attempting  to  raise  funds  for  the  benefit  of 
the  Greeks. 

The  Sufferings  and  Escape  of  Capt.  Chas.  H.  Brown  from  an 
Awful  Imprisonment  by  Chilian  Convicts.  Boston:  Higgins  and 
Bradley,  20  Washington  Street.  1 855.  [Verso  of  title:]  Geo.  C. 
Randy  Printer,  Cornhill,  Boston.  l2mo,  pp.  (2),  7-228.  7  plates, 
map,  and  plan.  NYP.  93422 

According  to  the  preface,  signed  by  the  author,  E[liz.abeth]  H[aven]  Appleton,  the 
facts  were  compiled  from  the  papers  of,  and  through  correspondence  with,  Brown. 

This  is  a  reissue  from  the  stereotype  plates  of  "Insurrection  at  Magellan,"  Boston, 
1854,  no.  8459,  vol.  2,  c,  NYP.,  second  edition,  Boston,  1854,  aas.,  with  a  new  title 
page  and  the  addition  of  the  map  and  seven  plates.  The  1854  edition  is  illustrated 
with  a  plan  and  plate,  the  latter  not  being  one  of  those  in  the  1855  edition. 

Our  no.  8459  is  incorrect  in  giving  the  author's  name  as  if  on  the  title  page.  The 
collation  should  read:  pp.  228  including  plate  and  plan. 

Sufferings  of  John  Turner,  Chief  Mate  of  the  Country  Ship, 
Tay,  bound  for  China,  under  the  command  of  William  Greig,  in- 
cluding the  Seizure  of  him  and  Six  Lascars  in  the  Cutter,  and  their 
Captivity  and  Danger  amongst  the  Ladrones;  with  a  Description 
of  the  Strength,  Discipline,  Manners,  &c.  of  these  Pirates,  their  Dep- 
redations and  Conduct  towards  their  Prisoners.  Also  a  Curious 
Account  of  Peter  Serrano,  Who  having  escaped  from  Shipwreck, 
Hvcd  Seven  Years  on  a  Sandy  Island,  on  the  Coast  of  Peru.  London: 
Printed  for  Thomas  Tcgg,  ill,  Cheafside.    [1809?]  .  .  .  [Colo- 


SUFFICIENCY.  243 

phon:]    Phimmer,  Printer,  Seething  Lane.    l2mo,  pp.  (2),  7-28. 
Folded  frontispiece.  c,  nyp.  93423 

The  account  of  Peter  Serrano,  pp.  24-28. 

Forms  part  of  "Tegg's  Mariners'  Marvellous  Magazine,"  vol.  3,  1809.     • 

The  Sufficiency  of  the  Spirit's  Teaching,  without  Humane  Learn- 
ing: Or  a  Treatise  tending  to  prove  Human  Learning  to  be  no  help 
to  the  Spiritual  Understanding  of  the  Word  of  God.  Wilmington: 
Printed  by  James  Adams.  1763.  934^4 

Title  from  Evans.  The  London,  1640,  edition  has  the  name  of  the  author,  Samuel 
How,  on  the  title,   uts.(mcalpine). 

SuFFiELD,  Conn.  Manual  of  the  First  Congregational  Church, 
in  Suffield,  Conn,  comprising  historical  notices,  the  confession  of 
faith,  and  covenant;  rules  and  regulations,  and  chronological  cata- 
logue of  members.  Sfringfield,  Mass.  Samuel  Bowles  and  Com.- 
fany,  Prmters.    1858.    l2mo,  pp.  31.  WHS.  93425 

Title  supplied  by  Annie  A.  Nunns. 

Proceedings  at  Suffield,  September  16,  1 858,  on  the  Occasion  of 
the  One  Hundred  and  Fiftieth  Anniversary  of  the  Decease  of  the 
Rev.  Benjamin  Ruggles,  First  Pastor  of  the  First  Congregational 
Church.  Sfrlngfield,  Mass.  Sam,uel  Bowles  and  Cofnfany,  Print- 
ers.   1859.   8 vo,  pp.  1 18,  and  errata  slip.   Frontispiece  and  plate. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  H.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  93426 

Suffolk  ([Henry  Howard]),  12th  earl  ofj  styled  Viscount 
Andover.  Copie.  |  Reponse  de  Mylord  Suffolk,  par  ordre  du  |  Roi, 
aux  representations  du  Comte  de  Welderen,  |  Envoye-Extraordi- 
naire  de  Leurs  Hautes  Puissan-  |  ces,  les  Etats-Generaux  des  Pro- 
vinces-Unies.  |  A  St.  James,  le  19  Octobre  1 778.  |  Monsieur,  | 
...[n.f.    1778.]    Sq.  8vo,  pp.  3.  JCB.  93427 

Caption  title.  Letter  in  French  and  Dutch.  Information  supplied  by  Catherine  C. 
Quinn,  who  states  that  the  letter  has  distinct  American  interest. 

The  author  was  created  earl  in  1757  and  died  in  1779.  See  G.  E.  C[okayne]'s 
"Complete  Peerage,"  vol.  7,  1896,  pp.  315—316. 

Suffolk  Bank  of  the  City  of  New  York.  Articles  of  As- 
sociation of  the  Suffolk  Bank,  of  the  City  of  New  York.  Wm.  W. 
Rose.  Stationer,  Printer  and  Prem,lum  Account  Book  Manujac- 
turer,  17  Wall  Street.    1852.    8vo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  3— lo. 

NYP.  93428 

Suffolk  Club,  Boston.  By-laws  of  the  Suffolk  Club,  insti- 
tuted 1845.   Boston:    1852.   Eastburn's  Press.    i6mo,  pp.  9. 

b.  93429 


244  SUFFOLK    CO. J    MASS. 

Suffolk  Co.,  Mass,  At  a  Meeting  of  the  Delegates  ]  of  every 
Town  and  District  in  the  County  of  ]  Suffolk,  on  Tuesday  the 
Sixth  of  September,  at  |  the  House  of  Mr.  Richard  Woodward  of 
Dedham,  |  ...  |  ...  a  Com-  |  mittee  was  chosen  to  bring  in  a 
Report  to  the   |  Convention...   [Bostori.   1774]   Folio  broadside. 

Caption  title.  M.  9343O 

Evans  supplies  the  imprint  of  Edes  and  Gill. 

The  "Suffolk  Resolves"  drafted  by  Joseph  Warren.  For  another  separate  edition 
reprinted  from  the  "Pennsylvania  Packet,"  see  below,  To  the  Printer.  The  Resolves 
were  printed  in  Jour.  Cont.  Cong.,  vol.  i,  1777,  pp.  13-19,  and  in  contemporary  news- 
papers. Also  reprinted  in  Teele's  "History  of  Milton,"  [1887],  pp.  425-429,  etc. 
See  also  Winsor's  Mem.  Hist,  of  Bost.,  vol.  3,  pp.  59-62,  and  M.  P.  Webster's  article 
in  the  "New  England  Magazine,"  new  ser.,  vol.  27,  1903,  pp.  353-37-- 

Bar.  Rules  and  Regulations  of  the  Bar,  in  the  County  of  Suffolk, 
established  in  the  Year  1 805.  yf.  Newell,  Printer  —  Devonshire 
Street,  Boston.  1805.  8vo,  pp.  13,  verso  blank,  p.  14.  B.,  BA. 
-)-  established  in  the  year  18 10.  Boston:  Printed  by  T.  B.  Wait 
and  Company.  Court-street.  1 8 10.  8vo,  pp.  28.  BA.,  H.,  M. 
-f-  established  in  the  year  1 8  14.  Boston:  Printed  by  John  Eliot, 
No.  5,  Court-Street.    1814.    8vo,  pp.  20.  aas.,  BA.  93431 

Rules  of  the  Bar  of  the  County  of  Suffolk,  June,  18  19.  Boston: 
Printed  by  Sewell  Phelps,  No.  5,  Court  Street.  1 8  19.  8vo,  pp.  23. 
AAS.,  BA.,  M.,  WHS.  +  as  adopted  June,  18 19,  with  the  subse- 
quent amendments.  Boston;  T.  R.  Marvin,  Printer,  Congress 
Street.    1827.   8vo,  pp.  27,  (  I  ).  M.,  nyp.  93432 

Oddfellows.  Constitution.  By-Laws  and  Rules  of  Suffolk  Lodge, 
Number  Eight,  ...  of  Odd  Fellows  .  .  .  Boston:  Printed  by  Bro. 
W.  S.  Beal.    1842.    l2mo,  pp.  36.  H.  93433 

Suffolk  County  Memorial.  To  the  honorable  the  Senate,  and 
House  of  Representatives  of  Massachusetts,  in  General  Court  as- 
sembled:   {Boston.    1838.]    i6mo,  pp.  8.  B.  93434 

Caption  title.   Dated  at  end:   Boston,  March,  1838. 

A  petition  for  the  repeal  of  laws  legalizing  the  sale  of  liquor. 

Another  issue  of  the  memorial  omits  the  first  three  words  of  the  title,  below. 

Suffolk  County  Temperance  Society.  .  .  .  Proceedings  of  the 
Sutlolk  County  Temperance  Society,  at  the  simultaneous  celebra- 
tion, at  Faneuil  Hall,  Feb.  25,  1834.  Published  by  the  Council  of 
the  Massachusetts  Temperance  Society.  Boston:  Ford  and  Dam- 
rcll,  Agents  of  the  Massachusetts  Temperance  Society,  Temper- 
ance Press — Wilson's  Lane.    April,   1 834.    I2mo,  pp.  23,  (l). 

With  heading:   First  Series.    No.  4.  AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  M.,  NYP.,  Y.  93435 


SUFFOLK    FIRE    SOCIETY.  245 

Sujfolk  Fire  Society.  Constitution  of  the  Suffolk  Fire  Society. 
Formed  in  Boston,  April  i8i6.  Boston:  Printed  by  T.  W.  White. 
l8i6.  i2mo,  pp.  13,  verso  blank,  2  blank  leaves,  printed  forms, 
15-80.  B,  +  Boston:  Printed  by  J.  B.  Russell,  No.  4  Sfear^s 
Buildings.    1823.    i6mo,  pp.  1 1,  verso  blank,  printed  forms  13-74. 

B.  93436 

Suffolk  Insurance  Company.  An  Act  to  incorporate  the  Suffolk 
Insurance  Company.  Boston,  Printed  by  Russell  and  Cutler.  1 803. 
i2mo,  pp.  13.  BA.  93437 

Suffolk  Resolves.  See  above,  At  a  Meeting  of  the  Delegates,  and 
below,  To  the  Printer  of  the  Pennsylvania  Packet. 

To  the  honorable  the  Senate,  and  House  of  Representatives,  of 
Massachusetts  in  General  Court  assembled.  {^Boston.  1838.] 
l6mo,  pp.  7.  B.  93438 

Caption  title.    Another  issue  of  the  Suffolk  County  Memorial,  above. 

To  the  Printer  of  the  Pennsylvania  Packet.  |  .  .  .  |  By  Order  of 
the  Congress,  |  Charles  Thomson,  Secretary.  |  In  Congress,  Satur- 
day Sept.  17,  1774.  I  The  resolutions  entered  into  by  the  delegates  | 
from  the  several  towns  and  districts  in  the  |  county  of  Suffolk,  in  the 
Province  of  Massachusetts  |  Bay,  on  Tuesday  the  6th  instant,  and 
their  address  |  to  his  Excellency  Governor  Gage,  dated  the  9th  | 
instant,  ...  [Philadelfhia.    1774.]    Folio  broadside.  M.  93439 

Caption  title. 

Reprinted  from  the  Pennsylvania  Packet  for  September  19,  1774. 

For  an  earlier  edition  of  the  resolutions,  see  above,  At  a  Meeting  .  .  . 

Suffolk  County,  N.  Y.  To  the  People  of  Suffolk.  See 
[>gger  (W.)],  no.  35535,  vol.  9.    Neiv  York,  1 838.    C. 

Suffolk  County  Bible  Society,  N.  Y.  The  Constitution  of 
the  Suffolk  County  Bible  Society.  Organized,  October  3d,  18 15. 
I  Sag-Harbor:  Printed  by  Samuel  A.  Seabury.    18 18.   8vo,  pp.  7. 

NYP.  93440 

Suffolk  District  Medical  Society,  Boston.  By-laws  and 
Regulations  for  the  Suffolk  District  Medical  Society.  [Colophon:] 
Printed  by  John  Wilson,  2  l.  School-street,  Boston.    [  1 849?  ]    8vo, 

pp.8.  B.  93441 

Caption  title.     Later  editions:    1850,  aml.,  b.;   1855,  aml.,  b.,  m.,  nyam.,  nvp.; 

1868,   AML.,  B.,    M.,    NYP.;     1875,   AML.,   M.  j     1881,   AML.,   NYP. 

Remonstrance  of  the  Board  of  Censors  for  Suffolk  District  against 
the  privilege  acceded  to  Harvard  and  Berkshire  Medical  Schools  in 

vol.  XXIV.  16 


24-6  SUFFOLK    RAILROAD. 

the  admission  to  fellowship  of  the  Massachusetts  Medical  Societ}'. 
[Boston.  1857.]   8^°'  PP-  4-  AML.  93442 

Suffolk  Railroad  Company,  Mass.  Report  of  the  Directors 
of  the  Suffolk  Railroad  Company,  for  the  year  ending  November 
30,  i860.  Boston:  Geo.  C.  Rand  &'  Avery y  City  Printers,  i860. 
8vo,  pp.  8.   Continued.  93443 

Suff'rage  conferred  by  the  Fourteenth  Amendment.  See  Spencer 
{Mrs.  Sara  J[ane  Andrews]  ). 

El  Sufragante.  Num.  i.°  Santiago  de  Chile  Mayo  31  de  1829. 
Precio  I.  real.  [Colophon:]  Imfrenta  de  R.  Rengijo.  [Santiago. 
1829.]    Folio,  pp.  4.  aas.  93444 

Caption  title.  Published  irregularly,  aas.  has  nos.  i— 13,  May  31,  1829,  to  April 
29,  1830. 

SuFRAS  [De  Santa  Clara],  jray.  Quien  es  mas  malo  por  fin? 
Un  fraile  °  un  Gachupin?  Al  que  le  wenga  el  saco  que  se  le  ponga. 
Dialogo  entre  Fr.  Sufras  y  un  Gachupin  Moscardon.  [Colophon:] 
Imfrenta  de  la  Calle  de  Ort  ega  numero  23.  [Mexico.  1 827.] 
l6mo,  pp.  4.  Y.  93445 

Caption  title.  Dated  at  end:  "Mexico  7  de  febrero  de  1827."  This  and  tlie  three 
following  titles  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt. 

SuFRAS  [De  Santa  Clara].  Sermon  de  Fray  Sufra  dedicado 
a  los  Espanoles.  [Colophon:]  Mexico:  1832.  Impreso  enTolucay 
y  reimfreso  en  la  oficina  a  cargo  del  ciudadano  Rajuel  Nunez. 
l8mo,  pp.  8.  Y.  93446 

Caption  title.    For  the  first  edition,  st^e  Tercer  Sermon,  below. 

[Sufras  De  Santa  Clara].  El  Sermon  de  un  Padre  santo. 
[Colophon:]  Mexico  setiembre  8  de  1 832.  Imfrenta  Liberal  calle 
frimcra  de  las  Damas  accesoria  letra  C.  contigua  al  numero  7,  a 
cargo  del  C.  Tiburcio  Diaz  del  Castillo.    i8mo,  pp.  8.      Y.  93447 

Caption  title.   Inverse.   Signed:   Fr.  Sufras  de  Sta.  Clara. 
Tor  a  Puebla  edition,  see  Traicion  y  muerte,  below. 

[Sufras  De  Santa  Clara]  .  "Ferccr  sermon  de  un  Padre  santo. 
[Colophon:]  Toluca:  1832.  Imfrenta  del  Estadoy  a  cargo  del 
ciudadano  Juan  Matute  y  Gonzalez.    l8mo,  pp.  8.  Y.  93448 

Caption  title.    In  verse.    Fr.  Sufras  de  Sta.  Clara. 

For  an  edition  printed  in  Mexico,  sec  Sermon  de  Fray  Sufra,  above. 

[Sufras  De  Santa  Clara].  Traicion  y  muerte  en  Guil;ipa 
por  la  f.iccion  de  Jalapa,  6  Sermon  del  Padre  santo.  .  .  .  [Colophon  :] 


SUGADA,  247 

Reimfreso  en  Pucbla  en  la  Imfrcjita  Nacioiial^  a  cargo  del  C .  Mari- 
ano Palacios.  [1832?]  i6mo,  pp.  (8).         Hisp.soc.AMER.  93449 

Caption  title.  Dated,  "Mexico  seticmbre  8  de  1832,"  and  signed,  "Fr.  Sufras  de 
Sta.  Clara."    For  the  first  edition,  see  Sermon  de  un  Padre  santo,  above. 

SuGADA  Y  Aquerrigui  (Pedro).  Kalentlar.  Franciscanum,  pro 
usu  Trium  Ordinum  Frat.  Monial.  &  Tertiar.  Saccular.  S.  P.  N. 
Franci'sc.  hujus  Novas-Hispaniie  Juxta  general,  Breviar.  &  Missal. 
Roman.  Rubricas  in  nostris  particular,  insertas.  Dispositum  de 
Superiorum  jussu.  A  P.  F.  Petro  de  Sugadi,  &  Aquerrigui,  hujus 
Almse  Provinciae  Filio  Pro  anno  Dni  mdcc.lii  Bissextili.  [  lo  lines.] 
Cum  gratia,  et  privilegio.  Mex'ici:  Afud  D.  Mariam  de  Rivera. 
[1752.]  8vo,  22  unnumbered  leaves.  +  Pro  anno  Dni  M.  DCC. 
Liv.   Mex'ici:   Afud  Dominam  Mariam  de  Rivera.    [1753.]    8vo. 

93450 

Information  from  Medina's  "Imprenta  en  Mexico,"  nos.  4100  and  420+,  the  title 
of  the  earlier  issue  from  a  copy  in  Andrade's  library,  and  of  the  later  from  a  copy  of 
the  title  page  only  in  Medina's  own  library. 

Sugar  Colonies.  See  West  Indies. 

The  Sugar  Duties.  By  a  West  Indian.  London:  Richardson. 
Liverpool  frinted.    [1854.]    Svo,  pp.  22.       BM.,  FAC.adv.  9345  I 

Announced  in  the  "Publishers'  Circular"  for  September  i,  1854,  no.  4180. 

The  Sugar  Duties.  Free  and  Slave  Labour.  .  .  .  London: 
Smithy  Elder  and  Co.,  65,  Cornhill.  1 846.  .  .  .  [Verso  of  title:] 
London:     Printed    by   Stewart   and-   Murray^   Old   Bailey.     Svo, 

pp.   (4),  3-20.  BM.,  BODLEIAN,  FAC.ADV.,  H.,  NYP.  93452 

The  Sugar  Plumb;  |  or  |  Sweet  Amusement  |  for  Leisure 
Hours:  Being  an  |  entertaining  and  instructive  |  Collection  of 
Stories.  Embellished  with  curious  cuts.  |  The  First  Worcester 
Edition.  Printed  at  Worcester,  Massachusetts.\By  Isaiah  Thomas j\ 
And  sold,  Wholesale  and  Retail,  at  his  Book-  \  Store,  mdcc- 
Lxxxvii.  I  32mo,  frontispiece,  title,  pp.  5—123,  list  of  children's 
books  (i).  Woodcut  illustrations  in  the  text.         aas.,  job.  93453 

Evidently  a  reprint  of  one  of  the  children's  books  published  in  London  by  Newbery. 
A  Newbery  edition,  London,  1788,  is  located  at  aas. 

The  Sugar  Question.    London.    1 845.    Svo,  pp.  27.  93454 

Title  from  Halkett  and  Laing,  where  the  pamphlet  is  attributed  to  Jameson. 

BM.  lists  a  second  edition,  London,  1845,  under  Jameson  (D.  D.),  with  no  note  of 
its  being  anonymous. 

The  following  title  may  refer  to  the  same  work  as  the  above. 


248  SUGAR    QUESTION. 

The  Sugar  Question,  West  India  Question,  African  Question, 
Slave  Trade  Question,  Finance  Question,  the  Trade  Question,  and 
the  Ministerial  Question.   London.    1 845.    8vo.  93455 

Title  from  J.  R.  Smith's  "Bibliotheca  Americana,"  1865,  no.  5409. 

The  Sugar  Question.  By  an  European  and  Colonial  Sugar 
Manufacturer. .  .  .  London:  John  OUknery  59,  Pall  Molly  London. 
1848.    8vo,  pp.  (2),  5-39,  (i).  BM.,  c,  NYH.  93456 

Forms  part  2  of  Leon's  anonymous  "On  Sugar  Cultivation,"  no.  40073,  vol.  10. 
The  last  page  contains  errata  for  part  I. 

The  Sugar  Question :  being  a  digest  of  the  evidence  taken  before 
the  Committee  on  Sugar  and  Coffee  Plantations.  Which  was  moved 
for  by  Lord  George  Bentinck,  M.P.,  3rd  February  1848.  By  One 
of  the  Witnesses.  Part  II.  The  British  West  Indies,  and  Foreign 
Sugar  Growing  Countries.  London:  Smithy  Elder  and  Co.,  65, 
Cornhill.  1848.  [Verso  of  title;]  London:  Printed  by  Stewart 
and  Murray y  Old  Bailey.   8vo,  pp.  165,  table  (  i  ). 

Part  I  relates  to  the  East  Indies.  BM.,  FAC.ADV.,  H.,  NYP.  93457 

The  Sugar  Question  in  relation  to  Free  Trade  and  Protection. 
See  Martin  (R.  M.),  note  following  no.  44918,  vol.  ii.    nyp. 

The  Sugar  Question,  West  India  Question  .  .  .  See  above,  no. 
93455- 

Sugar  River  Valley  Railroad  Company.  Annual  Report 
of  the  Sugar  River  Valley  Railroad  Company.  January  1857. 
Monroe  Sentinel  Job  Office  Print.  [1857.]  8  vo,  cover  title,  and 
pp.  7.  WHS.  93458 

Title  supplied  by  Annie  A.  Nunns. 

Sugar,  Slavery,  and  Emancipation;  a  series  of  articles  originally 
published  in  the  Anti-Slavery  Reporter  for  February,  March,  April, 
and  May,  1 854.  Exhibiting  the  true  cause  of  the  alleged  failure  of 
emancipation  to  be  the  waste  of  produce  on  West-India  estates. 
Also  correspondence  on  the  above  subject  between  the  West-India 
Body,  His  Grace  the  Duke  of  Newcastle,  and  the  British  and  For- 
eign Anti-Slavery  Societ}\  London:  To  be  had  at  the  Office  of 
the  British  a?id  Foreign  Anti-Slavery  Society,  No.  27,  New  Broad 
Street,  City.  [Colophon:]  ]V.  M.  JVatts,  Crown  Courty  Temple 
Bar.    [1854.]    8vo,  pp.  39.  UP.,  Y.  93459 

.  .  .  Sugar  Taxes:  Shall  they  be  continued  or  repealed.?  Read 
carefully;  Reflect,  Decide,  and  then  Act.  People's  Edition,  10,000. 
Columbus,  Ohio:    1854.    8vo,  pp.  15.  aas.,  B.  93460 

With  heading:  "Twelve  Millions  Dollars  Annually."  Signed  and  dated:  "Ohio 
Frrr  Sugar  Advocates.    Columbus,  April,  1854." 


SUGAR  TRADE.  249 

The  Sugar  Trade,  with  the  Incumbrances  thereon.  See  [Ashley 
(John)],  no.  2196,  vol.  I.  aas.,  h.,  jcb. 

Suggested  Outline  of  a  Plan  for  a  University.  See  Brooklyn, 
no.  8320,  vol.  2.    NYP. 

Suggestion  of  a  Plan  of  uniting  Roads  with  Railways.  See  Sulli- 
van (John  Langdon),  Mr.  Sullivan's  description  of  a  cheap,  durable 
Rail  Road." 

Suffffestions  as  to  Arming  tlie  State.   Charlestofi.    i860.    8vo. 

Title  from  a  clipping  from  an  unidentified  catalogue.  934^1 

Suggestions  concerning  a  National  Bank.  [Philadelfhia.  1832.] 
8vo,  pp.  8.  C,  H.,  UP.  93462 

Caption  title.    Dated  at  end,  Philadelphia,  July  28,  1832. 

Suggestions  for  a  Domestic  Currency  founded  upon  Philosophic 
and  Unerring  Principles:  preceded  by  a  few  thoughts  on  the  economy 
of  Order  and  Industry,  the  harmony  of  which  becomes  permanent 
only  by  an  Equitable  Measure  of  Exchange.  London:  Wiley  and 
Putnam,  Patei-noster  Rotv.  1 847.  [Verso  of  title:]  London: 
M.  Mason,  Printer,  Ivy  Lane,  Paternoster  Roiu.  8vo,  pp.  71. 
BM.,  NYP.,  Y.  -\-  New  York:  Wiley  and  Putnam,  16  I  Broadway. 
1847.    8vo,  pp.  71.  UP.  93463 

Contains  many  references  to  the  financial  history  of  the  United  States. 

Suggestions  for  making  known  the  extent,  value  and  importance 
of  the  British  Colonies  and  founding  Institutions  for  the  purpose. 
London.    1851.    8vo.  BM.  93464 

By  "G.  L." 

Suggestions  for  the  Consideration  of  the  Legislature  upon  the 
Unconstitutionality  of  a  Law  to  authorize  the  City  of  Philadelphia 
to  borrow  money  and  tax  to  effectuate  a  subscription  to  the  Penn- 
sylvania Railroad  Company.   Philadelfhia:    1847.    8vo,  pp.  8. 

Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch.  C.  934^5 

Suggestions  for  the  establishment  of  a  Polytechnic  School  in 
North  Carolina.  Printed,  for  gratuitous  distribution,  by  Edward 
J.  Hale  &'  Son,  Fayetteville,  N.  C.   8vo,  pp.  15.  CU.  93466 

Suggestions  for  the  Immediate  Establishment  of  a  Direct  Com- 
munication  by  Steam  Navigation  between  Ireland  and  the  United 
States  of  North  America,  without  the  aid  of  the  British  Government. 
Second  Edition.   Dublin.    1851.    8vo.  BM.  93467 

Suggestions  for  the  Improvement  of  the  Commerce  of  the  State 
of  South-Carolina.   See  South  Carolina,  no.  88074,  vol.  22. 


250  SUGGESTIONS    OF    AMENDMENTS. 

Suggestions  of  Amendments  to  the  Excise  Tax  Laws.  See 
[Emerson  (C.  N.),  no.  22425,  vol.  6. 

Su2:cestions  on  Education.  See  [Russell  (W.)],  no.  74391, 
vol.  iT. 

Suggestions  on  Presidential  Elections.  See  Somerville  (William 
Clarke),  note  following  no.  86827,  vol.  22.   aas.,  ba.,  c,  h.,  m., 

NYH.,  UP.,  Y. 

Suggestions  on  the  abolition  of  Slavery  in  the  British  Colonies;  or, 
Slavery  gradually  starved  to  death  upon  a  low  diet,  v:  strangulation. 
}3y  a  Member  of  the  University  of  Cambridge.  Cambridge:  J.  &' 
J.  J.  Deighton  &  Co.    1831.    8vo,  pp.  vi,  41.  BM.  93468 

Suggestions  on  the  military  resources  of  Canada,  and  the  means 
of  organizing  a  small  provincial  army  in  the  event  of  its  being  de- 
termined by  the  Imperial  authorities  to  diminish  or  recall  the  royal 
troops  so  as  to  render  such  an  organization  essential  to  the  defence 
of  the  Colony.  Reprinted  from  the  letter  of  the  Canada  Corre- 
spondent of  the  "London  Morning  Post."  Sept.  9th,  1853.  ["•  f- 
1853?]    8vo,  pp.  18.    -{-Montreal.    1853.    8vo,  pp.  20.       93469 

Signed:  "A.  R."  Title  of  the  first  edition  listed  from  Gagnon,  vol.  2,  1913,  and 
note  of  the  Montreal  edition  from  Halkett  and  Laing.  For  a  Quebec  edition,  see 
[Roche  (Alfred  R.)])  no.  72306,  vol.  17. 

Suggestions  on  the  President's  Message.  "It  may  become  neces- 
sary to  ascertain  the  terms  upon  which  the  notes  of  the  government 
(no  longer  required  as  an  instrument  of  credit)  shall  be  issued  upon 
motives  of  general  policy  as  a  common  medium  of  circulation." 
[n.  f.    18  15?]    8vo,  pp.  48.  AAS.  93470 

Internal  evidence  suggests  the  date,  as  it  is  stated  that  the  war  has  continued  till 
1815.  It  is  apparent  that  the  struggle  over  a  national  bank  was  still  going  on  as  it 
was  at  that  time. 

Suggestions  relative  to  the  improvement  of  the  British  West 
India  Colonies  by  means  of  instruction  by  Ministers  of  religion  and 
schools.  The  Relations  of  Property  and  Labour,  Agricultural  and 
other  industrial  improvements,  &c.,  with  especial  reference  to  the 
increased  cultivation  of  the  Sugar  Cane  and  Cotton  in  Jamaica  and 
British  Guiana.  By  a  resident  in  the  West  Indies  for  thirteen  years. 
With  an  introduction  and  concluding  remarks  by  a  late  Stipendiary 
Magistrate  in  Jamaica.    London.    1853.    ^^o. 

BM.,  INST.OF  JAMAICA.  9347  I 

Hy  a  Mrs.  Campbell,  nee  Bourne,  the  introduction  and  concluding  remarks  by  her 

father,  Stephen  Bourne.  See  Cundall's  "Bibliographla  Jamaicensis,"  [1902],  no.  512. 


SUGGESTIONS    RELATIVE.  25  I 

According  to  the  preface  and  concluding  remarks  by  Mr.  Bourne,  in  his  daughter's 
anonymous  "British  West  India  Colonies  in  connection  with  Slavery,  Emancipation, 
etc.,"  1853,  our  no.  6925,  vol.  2,  ba.,  nyp.,  that  pamphlet  formed  the  first  part  of  a 
large  work  by  her  on  the  West  India  colonies.  He  states  on  p.  36  that  the  "unpub- 
lished portions  ..  .  refer  to  schools;  ministers;  local  governments;  property  and  la- 
bour; agricultural  system;  industrial  improvements;  foreign  trade  and  trade  with 
the  mother  country;  internal  trade."  The  "Suggestions"  are  apparently  a  continuation 
of  the  same  work. 

Suggestions  relative  to  the  Sewerage  and  Street  Grades  of  Saint 
Paul.  St.  Paul,  Minn.    1857.  93472 

Title  from  Gushing,  where  it  is  attributed  to  James  Starkey. 

Suggestions  respecting  the  Debt  of  the  late  Republic  of  Texas. 
See  [Tappan  (Benjamin)], 

.  .  .  Suggestions  respecting  the  formation  of  Auxiliaries  to  the 
American  Unitarian  Association.  April,  1830.  [Colophon:] 
Printed  jor  the  American  Unitarian  Association.  By  Isaac  R.  Butts. 
Boston,  Gray  and  Bowen,  135  Washington  Street.  [1830.] 
i6mo,  pp.  14.  H. (and.).  93473 

Caption  title.  With  heading:  "2d  Series.  No.  6"  i.e.  of  Tracts  published  by  the 
American  Unitarian  Association. 

Suggestions  to  Masters  of  Ships,  approved  by  the  Merchants  Un- 
derwriters of  New-York,  and  a  List  of  Agents  for  Vessels  and  Car- 
goes in  Distress,  recommended  by  them.  .  .  .  New-York:  R.  C. 
Rooty  Anthony  £s?  Co.,  Stationers,  16  Nassau  Street.  1 859.  8vo, 
pp.13.  aas.  93474 

Suggestions  to  the  Class  of  Sixty,  concerning  the  institution  of 
College  Societies  in  Harvard,    [n.  f.    1858.]    8vo,  pp.  (3). 

H.  93475 

The  H.  copy,  the  gift  of  a  member  of  the  class,  has  the  author's  name  supplied  in 
MS.  as  Myron  Andrews  Nelson,  and  the  date  of  printing  as  1858. 

Suggestions  touching  the  Municipal  Government  of  New  York. 
New  York:  Hilton  «y  Co.,  Printers,  12  Ann  Street,    i860.    l2mo, 

pp.  23.  NYP.  93476 

Signed:   Samuel  P.  Dinsmore. 

Suggestions  upon  Naval  Reform:  by  a  few  Sea  Officers  of  both 
the  Line  and  Staff,    [n.  f.]    1850.   8vo,  pp.  20.    AAS.,  heh.  93477 

The  I  Suicide.  |  A  |  Dialogue  |  Exhibited  on  the  Stage  at  the 
Public  Commencement  j  of  |  Yale-College,  j  Sept,  13th,  M.  dcc. 
xcvil.     Litchfield:  Printed  by  T.  Collier.    \  [1797?]    8vo,  pp.  20. 

C,  Y,  93478 


:52 


SUIT. 


Attributed  to  Thomas  Day  in  Dexter's  Yale  Graduates,  vol.  5,  191 1,  p.  275. 
Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

Suit  (Pleasant).  The  Farmers'  Accountant  and  Instructions  for 
Overseers;  to  which  is  added,  the  mode  of  calculating  interest  on 
bonds;  making  up  executors',  administrators'  and  guardians'  ac- 
counts, according  to  the  rules  of  the  Superior  Court  of  Chancery, 
founded  on  the  decision  of  the  Court  of  Appeals.  By  Pleasant  Suit, 
Petersburg,  Virginia,  1828.  Richmond:  Printed  by  J.  McFarlan. 
1828.    i2mo,  pp.  (6),  xii,  17,  (2),  8,  xiii-xxviii.  93479 

Title  from  Swem's  "Bibliography  of  Virginia,"  pt.  I,  1916. 

Suite  de  I'article  intitule  Economie  politique  insere  dans  le  nu- 
mero  premier  du  Niveau  de  I'Europe  et  de  I'Amerique  Septentri- 
onale.   Philadelphic.    Che-z  T.  Bradford.    1 794.    8vo,  pp.  37. 

Title  from  an  early  ms.  slip  prepared  for  the  Dictionary  by  Joseph  Sabin.   ^34^0 

For  an  account  of  the  "Niveau,"  see  Winship's  "French  Newspapers  in  the  United 

States  from  1790  to  1800"  in  the  Bib.  Soc.  Amer.  "Papers,"  vol.  14,  1920,  pp.  108— 

III,  v.here  the  author  of  the  treatise  on  political  economy  is  shown  to  be  one  Larocque. 

Suite  de  la  Vie  du  R.  P.  Pierre  Joseph  Marie  Chaumonot.  See 
Chaumonot  (P.  J.  M.),  no.  12298,  vol.  3.    B.,  BA.,  c,  H.,  nyp., 

WHS.,  Y. 

Supplements  the  autobiography  written  by  Chaumonot,  1688;  pub.  by  Shea  1858, 
as  no.  6  of  the  Cramoisy  press  series.  Shea  attributes  the  'Suite'  to  Sebastien  Rasle, 
whom  he  believes  the  author  of  the  official  'Lettre  circulaire  pour  la  mort  du  P. 
Chaumonot,'  preserved  in  the  College  Sainte  Marie,  Montreal,  and  which  he  asserts 
much  resembles  the  'Suite'  in  ideas  and  expressions.  According  to  Backer-Sommer- 
vogel  (Bibl.  Nouv.  ed.  1891,  t.  2,  col.  iioo)  the  'Lettre  circulaire'  is  by  Claude 
Dablon,  a  ms.  copy  at  the  Bibliotheque  nationale  in  Paris  being  in  the  handwriting 
of  Vine.  Bigot." — c. 

Suite  dcs  Observations  impartiales.  See  Observations  impartiales 
d'un  vrai  Hollandois  [avec  la  suite],  no.  56478,  vol.  13.   c,  H. 

Suite  dcs  observations  sur  la  geologic  des  Etats-Unis.  See  [Ma- 
clure  (W.)],  no.  43555,  vol.  1 1. 

Suite  du  voyage,  de  I'Amerique.  See  La  Hontan  (N.  le  Baron 
dc),  no.  38643,  vol.  10. 

Svitte  dc  I'histoire  des  choses  plus  mcmorables  aduenues  en  Mar- 
agnan.   See  [Yves  d'^^vreux]. 

Sukcy.  See  [Walter  (William  Bicker)]. 

SuL  Y  Amira  ( ).  Triunfo  de  la  religion  y  muerte  de  la 

dcmagogia,  Endccasilabos.   Mejico.    1 834.   4to.  BM.  93481 

Signed:  "S.  y  A." 


SULLIVAN.  253 

Sullivan  ( ),  General.  S^-^  Sullivan  ([John]). 

Sullivan  ( ),Mr.  S^-^  Sullivan  (John  Langdon). 

Sullivan  ( ),  Mr.,  President  of  the  Central  Ohio  Railroad 

Company.  .S^^  Sulhvan  ([J.  H.]). 

Sullivan  (Edward).  See  Sulliv^in  (Sir  Edward  [Robert]), 
hart. 

Sullivan  (Sir  Edward  [Robert]),  hart.   Rambles  and  Scram- 
bles in  North  and  South  America.   By  Edward  Sullivan,  Esq.  Lon-  Q  ^  \^  CLyT' 
don:   Richard  Bentley,  Neiu  Burlington  Streetj  Publisher  in  Ordi-    C    [f    [ 
nary  to  Her  Majesty.    1852.    [Verso  of  title:]    London:   R.Clay,      .-^Z.   ,  t 
Printer,  Bread  Streei~TniT.    l2mo,  pp.  vi,  v-viii,  9-424.    B.,  BM.,     %i>,  ^  Hr 

C,   FAC.ADV.,   H.,   MINNHS.,   NYH.,   NYP.,   P.,   UTEX.,   WHS.,   Y.     + 

Second  Edition.  [Same  publisher's  imprint.]  1853.  [Verso  of 
title:]  London:  Printed  by  William  Cloives  and  Sons,  Stamford- 
Street.    8vO,  pp.  403.  AAS.,  CU.,  HSP.,  Y.  93482 

[Sullivan  (George)],  b.  ijji,  d.  1838.  An  Address  of  Mem- 
bers of  the  House  of  Representatives.  See  no.  393,  vol.  I.  The  fol- 
lowing editions  have  been  located:  Alexandria,  1812,  aas.,  b.,  BA., 
BM.,  C,  H.,  NYP.;  Baltimore,  1 8 12,  AAS.,  B.,  NYP.;  Boston,  l8l2, 
AAS.,  B.,  ba.,  BM.,  H.,  NYP.;  [Boston,  1 8 12],  AAS.,  c. ;  Hanover, 
18 12,  c,  H.;  Hartford,  1 8 12,  aas.,  b.,  BM.,  c,  H.,  nyp.  ;  Haverill, 
18 1 2,  NYP.;  London,  1 8 12,  NYP.;  New  Haven,  1812,  AAS.,  BM.; 
New  York,  18 12,  B.,  NYP.;  Northampton,  18  12,  B.,  BM.,  C,  NYP.; 
Philadelphia,  \_n.  ^.],  aas.,  c;  Portsmouth,  1 8 12,  aas.,  h.,  nyp.; 
Troy,  1 8 12,  nyp.;  Windsor,  1812,  aas.,  c. 

Signed  by  George  Sullivan  and  33  others. 

[Sullivan].  Correspondence  between  the  Agent  of  the  Com- 
monwealth and  ...  the  Governor,  on  the  .  .  .  Massachusetts  Claim. 
See  Massachusetts,  no.  45698,  vol.  1 1. 

[Sullivan].  Defence  of  the  Exposition  of  the  Middling  Inter- 
est, on  the  Right  of  Constituents  to  give  instructions  to  their  Rep- 
resentatives, and  the  obligation  of  these  to  obey  them.  City  of 
Boston:  July,  1S22.    8vo,  pp.  16.  M.,  P.  93483 

Sullivan.  .  .  .  Letter  from  Mr.  Sullivan,  Agent  of  Massachu- 
setts, to  Mr.  Hamilton,  Chairman  of  the  Committee  on  Military 
Affairs.    [Washington.    1824.]    8vo,  pp.  9.  B.  93484 

Caption  title,  preceded  by  a  note  signed,  George  Sullivan,  agent  of  Massachusetts, 
and  dated,  Washington,  December,  1824.. 

Relates  to  claims  of  Maine  and  Massachusetts  upon  the  United  States. 


254  SULLIVAN   (gEORGe). 

Sullivan.  An  Oration,  pronounced  at  Exeter  on  the  Fourth 
Day  of  July  1800,  in  commemoration  of  the  Anniversary  of  Amer- 
ican Independence,  By  George  Sullivan,  Esquire.  From  the  Press 
of  H.  Ranlet,  Exeter,  New-Hamf  shire.    1 800.    8vo,  pp.  16. 

AAS.,  BA.,  BM.,  H.,  JCB.,  M.,  NYP.  93485 

Sullivan.  An  Oration,  pronounced,  on  the  Fourth  July,  i8i6, 
before  the  Inhabitants  of  the  Town  of  Boston,  at  the  request  of  the 
Selectmen.  By  George  Sullivan.  [Boston:^  Printed  by  C.  Steb- 
bins.  1816.  8vo,  pp.  24.  BA.,  c,  cu.,  H.,  M.,  NYP.,  Y.  +  Second 
Edition.    [Same  imprint,  date  and  collation.] 

AAS.,  BA.,  BM.,  H.,  M.,  Y.  93486 

Sullivan.  Speech  of  the  Hon.  George  Sullivan,  at  the  late 
Rockingham  Convention,  with  the  Memorial  and  Resolutions,  and 
Report  of  the  Committee  of  Elections.  Exeter:  Printed  at  the 
Constitutionalist  Press,  by  E.  C.  Beats.  [1812.]  8vo,  pp.  30.  B., 
BA.,  BM.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYP.,  P.,  UTS.  -|-  Second  edition.  [Same  im- 
print, date,  and  collation.]  [1812.]  aas.,  c,  cu.,  h.,  m.,  nyh., 
NYP.,  WHS.  -j-  Concord:  Printed  and  sold  by  George  Hough, 
September  1^12.    8vo,  pp.  31.  B.,  BM.,  c,  HEH.,  P.  93487 

A  prefatory  note  in  the  Exeter  editions  is  dated,  Exeter,  August  8th,  181 2. 

Sullivan  (George),  b.  1783,  d.  1866.  Popular  Explanation 
of  the  System  of  Circulating  Medium  recently  published  in  the  form 
of  an  Act  of  Congress;  shewing  the  destructive  action  of  the  Bank 
of  England  upon  the  welfare  of  the  United  States,  and  the  means  of 
self  protection  against  it.  By  George  Sullivan.  NezuYork:  Samuel 
Colman,  8,  Astor  House.    1839.   8vo,  pp.  21,  3—15- 

B.,  BM.,  C,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.  93488 

Sullivan.  Supreme  Court  of  the  United  States:  J.[«.^.  S.]  B. 
Stone,  ads.  the  United  States  of  America.  Argument  for  defendant 
[in  an  action  for  violation  of  the  Act  of  Congress  providing  for  the 
better  security  of  the  lives  of  passengers  in  Steam  vessels,  etc.]  New 
York.    1840.    8vo.  BM.  93489 

Sullivan.  ...  A  System  of  circulating  Medium,  and  of  Safe 
keeping  of  the  Public  Moneys  of  the  United  States.  By  George 
Sullivan,  Counsellor  at  Law.  New  York:  Sam-uel  Colman,  8  Astor 

House.     1839.     8vo,  pp.   15.  AAS.,  B.,  C,  M.,  NYP.  93490 

With  heading:    "No.  I."    The  system  is  given  in  the  form  of  a  bill. 
Reissued  without  the  title  page  in  "Popular  Explanation,"  above. 

Sullivan  ([J.  H.]  ).  Remarks  on  the  Importance  of  the  Cen- 
tral Oliio  Railroad  to  the  interests  of  Baltimore.    By  Mr.  Sullivan, 


SULLIVAN   (j.  L.).  255 

President  of  the  Central  Ohio  Railroad  Company.  Delivered  be- 
fore the  Board  of  Trade  of  the  City  of  Baltimore,  on  the  15  th  of 
July,   1852.    "The  Pnnting  Ojjicey^  Sun  Iron  Building.     1852. 

8vo,  pp.   16.  B.,  C,  T.W.STREETER.  9349  I 

Sullivan  (J.  L.)   S^^?  Sullivan  (John  Langdon). 

[Sullivan  (James)],  b.  1744,  d.  1808.  The  |  Altar  of  Baal  | 
Thrown  Dov^^n:  |  or,  the  |  French  Nation  |  Defended,  |  against 
the  I  Pulpit  Slander  |  of  |  David  Osgood,  a.m.  |  Pastor  of  the 
Church  in  Medford.  |  A  Sermon,  |  Par  Citoyen  de  Novion.  |  .  . 
Boston:  \  From  the  Chronicle-PresSy  by  Adams  ^  Larkin 
M,DCC,xcv.  I  Svo,  pp.  31.  aas.,  b.,  ba.,  c,  h.,  hsp.,  jcb.,  m., 
NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  -\-  Boston,  Printed  |  Re-frintcd  at  Stockbridge,  \  by 
Loring  Andrews.  \  1 795.  |  8vo,  pp.  28.  aas.,  JCB.  93492 

Attributed  to  Sullivan  in  Amory's  "Life  of  James  Sullivan,"  vol.  I,  1859,  pp.  297— 
298  and  389-390. 

Evans  mentions  two  issues  of  the  Boston  edition,  one  of  which  he  describes  as  with 
a  half  title  and  an  ornamental  foot-piece.  The  copies  of  the  other  issue,  said  to  be 
located  at  h.,  nyp.  and  urs.,  all  have  the  half  title  and  foot  piece. 

[Sullivan].  The  |  Altar  of  Baal  thrown  down;  |  or,  the  | 
French  Nation  Defended  |  against  the  pulpit  slander  of  |  David 
Osgood,  A.M.  I  Pastor  of  the  Church  in  Medford.  |  A  Sermon.  | 
By  Citoyen  de  Novion.  .  .  .  |  Philadclfhia:  \  From  the  Aurora 
Printing-Ojjice.  \  I  795.  [  8vo,  pp.  32.  C,  H.  93493 

[Sullivan].  Biographical  Sketch  .  .  .  of  .  .  .  Governor  Han- 
cock. 5^^  Hancock  (J.), />.  1737,  ^.  1793,  no.  30180,  vol.  8.  aas., 
BA.,  c,  H. 

On  the  wrapper  of  the  h.  copy  is  the  ms.  note  on  the  authority  of  Dr.  Belknap, 
"Supposed  to  be  written  by  James  Sullivan  Esq  Attorney  General  of  this  Common- 
wealth." 

Amory  undoubtedly  refers  to  this  pamphlet  in  vol.  i,  p.  276,  of  his  "Life"  of 
Sullivan,  when  he  states  that  a  "few  days  after  the  funeral,  Sullivan  published  in  the 
Chronicle  an  obituary  of  Hancock,  which  was  also  printed  in  separate  form." 

For  another  edition,  see  the  following: 

[Sullivan].  Biographical  |  Sketch  |  of  the  |  Life  &  Character 
I  of  his  late  |  Excellency  |  Governor  Hancock.  |  Boston:  \  Printed 
and  sold  by  N.  C overly y  over  the  \  Sign  of  the  Indian  Chief,  North-  \ 
Side  the  Market.  \  [1793.]     l2mo,  pp.  II.  M.  93494 

[Sullivan]  .  Communication  of  His  Excellency  the  Governour 
to  the  Honourable  Council,  relative  to  the  Removal  of  Sheriff 
Lithgow.   See  Massachusetts,  no.  45685,  vol.  1 1. 

AAS.,  BA.,  c,  NYP.  93495 


256  SULLIVAN   (jAMEs). 

[Sullivan],  A  Dissertation  upon  the  Constitutional  Freedom 
of  the  Press  in  the  United  States  of  America.  By  an  Impartial  Citi- 
zen. .  .  .  Boston:  Printed  by  David  Carlisle,  For  Jose-ph  Nancredey 
No.  49,  Marlborough  Street.    1 80 1.    8vo,  pp.  54. 

aas.,  b.,  c,  hsp.,  m.,  nyp.,  wlc.  93496 

For  an  attribution,  see  Amory's  "Life,"  of  Sullivan,  vol.  i,  pp.  390—391. 

Sullivan.  Gov.  Sullivan's  Speech  to  the  Legislature  of  Massa- 
chusetts, June  7,  1808.  On  the  subject  of  the  embargo  and  other 
public  concerns.  Trenton:  Printed  by  James  J.  Wilson.  1808. 
8vo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  14.  whs.  93497 

Title  supplied  by  Annie  A.  Nunns. 

Sullivan.  The  History  of  Land  Titles  in  Massachusetts.  By 
James  Sullivan,  l.l.d.  Attorney  General  of  that  Commonwealth. 
.  .  .  Printed  at  Boston,  By  I.  Thomas  and  E.  T.  Andrews,  for  the 
Author.  August,  1 80 1.   8 vo,  pp.  392. 

AAS.,   B.,   BA.,   BM.,  C,   CU.,   H.,   M.,   MINNHS.,   NYH.,   NYP.,  PEAB., 

WHS.,  Y.  93498 

Sullivan.  The  |  History  |  of  the  |  District  |  of  |  Maine.  |  By 
James  Sullivan.  |  Illustrated  by  a  new  correct  Map  of  the  District.  | 
Boston.  I  Printed  by  I.  Thom.as  and  E.  T.  Andrews,  \  Faust's  Statue, 
No.  45  Newbury  Street.  \  1795.  |  8vo,  pp.  vii,  421.  Frontispiece 
folded  map. 

aas.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  hsp.,  JCB.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP., 

p.,  PEAB.,  PRINCETON,  WHS.,  Y.  93499 

The  printers  having  offered  the  author  two  hundred  dollars  for  the  copyright, 
which  was  issued  in  their  names  March  24,  1795,  he  "concluded  to  assign  it  over  to 
the  [Massacliusetts]  Historical  Society,"  of  which  he  was  an  original  member.  See 
letter  from  Sullivan  quoted  in  Williamson's  Maine,  no.  9608,  and  Evans  no.  29589. 

The  map  has  the  following  title:  "A  Map  of  the  District  of  Maine,  Drawn  from 
the  latest  Surveys  and  other  best  Authorities  by  Osgood  Carleton.  Doolitle  Sc.  New- 
haven."  There  is  also  inset:  "A  Map  of  those  parts  of  the  Country  most  famous  for 
being  harrased  by  the  Indians,  on  and  long  after  their  first  settlement;  and  more 
particularly  treated  of  in  Judge  Sullivan's  History  of  the  District  of  Maine."  At 
the  top  is  the  imprint:  Engraved  for  Judge  Sullivan's  History  of  the  District  of 
Maine.    Puhlished  by  Thomas  &  Andrews.    Boston,  1795. 

The  following  index  was  probably  published  about  the  year  191S,  the  date  when 
the  AAS.  copy  was  acquired  by  purchase  from  the  publishers: 

Index  of  Names  and  Places  in  Sullivan's  District  of  Maine.  The  manuscript  of  this 
index  was  found  in  a  copy  of  the  above  work  formerly  the  property  of  John  Wingate 
Thornton.  Puhlished  by   A.   J.   Huston — Portland,  Maine,    [n.   d.]    aas.,  c,   heh., 

NVH.,    NVl".,    V. 

[Sullivan].  An  |  Impartial  Review  |  of  the  |  Causes  and  Prin- 
ciples I  of  the  I  French  Revolution.  |  By  an  American.  |  Boston: 
Printed  by  Benjamin  Edrs,  \  Kilby-Strret. —  I  798.  |  8vo,  pp.  lOI, 
errata  (i).  aas.,  b.,  ba.,  nyp.  93500 


SULLIVAN   (jAMEs).  257 

The  BA.  copy  has  an  attribution  to  James  Sullivan  written  in  what  is  probably  a 
contemporary  hand. 

Amory  in  vol.  i,  p.  398,  of  his  "Life"  of  Sullivan,  states  that  the  latter  heartily 
approved  of  the  French  Revolution  and  contributed  articles  to  the  press  on  that 
subject  over  the  signatures  of  Junius  and  Americanus. 

[Sullivan]  ?  A  Monody  on  the  Death  of  the  Honourable 
Thomas  Russell,  Esq.  See  Warren  (John),  Eulogy  on  the  Hon- 
ourable Thomas  Russell. 

Sullivan.  Interesting  Correspondence  between  His  Excellency 
Governour  Sullivan  and  Col.  Pickering.  5^^  our  no.  62650,  vol.  15. 

^Boston.      1808.     AAS.,    B.,    BA.,    BM.,    C,    CU.,    H.,    HEH.,    HSP.,    M., 

NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.,  WLC,  Y.   Second  edition.   Boston.    1 808.   aas., 
BA.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  M.,  NYP.,  WLC.   N ewburyfort.    1808.   AAS.,  C. 

There  are  two  slightly  variant  issues  of  the  first  edition,  one  of  which  differs  from 
that  described  in  Sabin,  reading  in  the  latter  part  of  the  title:  "...  the  groundless 
charges  made  against  him  by  the  Governour  and  others."  c.  and  y.  have  copies  of  both 
issues. 

See  also,  Pickering  (T.),  "Address  to  the  People  of  the  U.  States,"  no.  62647, 
c,  NYP.;  and  "Letter  from  the  Hon.  Timothy  Pickering,"  62652,  voL  15.  Editions 
of  the  latter  are  located  as  follows:  Boston,  1808,  aas.,  ba.,  c,  nyp.,  uts.  ;  2nd  ed., 
Boston,  1808,  AAS.,  c;  Hartford,  1808,  aas.,  c,  nyp.;  London,  1808,  c. ;  New 
Haven,  1808,  aas.,  c,  nyp.;  [Nezv  York.  1808],  c;  Northampton,  1808,  nyp.; 
and  the  following  not  previously  entered,  Augusta,  1808,  c;  and  Baltimore,  1808, 
NYP.    The  Hartford  edition  includes  Sullivan's  answer. 

Sullivan.    Observations  I  upon  the  |  Government  |  of  the   | 
United  States  of  |  America.  |  By  James  Sullivan,  Esq.  |  Attorney' 
General  of  the  Commonwealth   |   of  Massachusetts.   |   Bostofi: 
Printed  and  sold  by  Samuel  Hall,  No.  53,  Cornhill.  \  mdccxci. 
vo,  pp.  55. 

aas,,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  JCB.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS., 

Y.  93501 
For  a  reply,  see  An  Enquiry  into  the  Constitutional  Authority  of  the  Supreme  Fed- 
eral Court,  no.  22639,  vol.  6.  ba.,  c,  h.,  jcb.,  nyh.,  nyp.  According  to  Amory's 
"Life  of  James  Sullivan,"  vol.  i,  1859,  p.  232,  the  author  was  Timothy  Ford.  It  has 
ieen  wrongly  attributed  to  David  Ramsey. 

[Sullivan].?  Ode  |  for  the  2 3^^  of  October,  1792.  |  \_Boston? 
1792?]    Folio  broadside.  aas.,  m.,  hsp.  93502 

In  the  M.  catalogue  attributed  with  a  query  to  James  Sullivan. 

[Sullivan]  }  An  Ode,  |  Sung  at  the  Lecture  of  the  Congrega- 
I  tional  Charitable  Society,  in  Boston,  |  on  the  12th  of  February, 
^795-  I  By  ^^-  ^^^-  I  V^oston.  1795.]  Small  narrow  folio  broad- 
side. JCB.,  M.  93503 

Caption  title. 

The  M.  copy  is  signed  in  a  contemporary  hand,  "J.  S." 

Also  issued  in  Peter  Thacher's  "Sermon  preached  in  Boston,  February  12,  1795," 
p.  20. 


250  SULLIVAN   (jAMEs). 

[Sullivan].  The  Path  to  Riches.  |  An  |  Inquiry  |  into  the  | 
Origin  and  Use  of  Money;  |  and  into  the  |  Principles  of  Stocks  and 
Banks.  I  To  which  are  subjoined,  |  some  Thoughts  respecting  |  a 
Bank  I  for  the  Commonwealth.  |  By  a  Citizen  of  Massachusetts,  j 
...  I  Printed  at  Boston,  |  by  P.  Edes,  jar  I.  Thomas  and  E.  T.  An- 
drews, I  Faust's  Statue,  No,  45,  Newbury-Street.  |  mdccxcii.  | 
8vo,  pp.  77. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  JCB.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  93504 

Sullivan.  The  Path  to  Riches:  an  Inquiry  into  the  Origin  and 
Use  of  Money;  and  into  the  Principles  of  Stocks  &  Banks.  To  which 
are  subjoined,  some  thoughts  respecting  a  Bank  for  the  Common- 
wealth of  Massachusetts.  Written  by  the  late  Governour  Sullivan. 
.  .  .  Boston,  Printed  by  J.  Belcher.    1809.    l2mo,  pp.  45. 

AAS.,  BA.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  P.,  Y.  93505 

S[ullivan].  Strictures  |  on  the  |  Rev.  Mr.  Thatcher's  Pam- 
phlet I  entitled,  Observations  |  upon  the  |  State  of  the  Clergy  |  of  | 
New-England :  With  Strictures  upon  the  Power  of  dismissing  them, 
usurped  |  by  some  Churches.  |  By  J.  S. — a  Layman.  |  .  •  .  ]  Boston: 
I   Printed  and  sold  by  Benjamin  Edes  and  Sons,  in  Cornhill.    | 

M,DCC,LXXXIV.    I    8vo,  pp.  28,  2.    AAS.,  B.,  C,  H.,  JCB.,  M.,  NYH., 

NYP.   -|-  [Same  imprint  and  collation.]    m,dcc.lxxx.v. 

NEWBERRY.  93506 

For  attribution,  see  Amory's  "Life"  of  Sullivan,  vol.  i,  p.  385. 

See  also,  Thacher  (Peter),  b.  1752,  d.  1802,  "Observations,"  and  "Reply  to  the 
Strictures  of  Mr.  J.  S." 

Information  regarding  the  1785  edition  supplied  by  George  B.  Utley. 

Sullivan  contributed  the  "Topographical  Description  of  Georgetown  in  the  County 
of  Lincoln"  to  the  Mass.  Hist.  Soc.  "Collections,"  first  ser.,  vol.  i,  1792,  pp.  251-256; 
and,  "Topographical  Description  of  Thomaston,  in  the  County  of  Lincoln,  and 
District  of  Maine,  1794.,"  to  the  same  series,  vol.  4,  1795,  pp.  20—25;  and,  "History 
of  the  Penobscott  Indians"  to  the  same  series,  vol.  9,  1804,  pp.  207—232.  The  first 
two  atrticles  are  attributed  to  Sullivan  in  Amory,  vol.  i,  p.  395. 

Sullivan  and  Tudor  were  counsel  for  the  plaintiffs  in  an  action  instituted  by  the 
Society  of  Christian  Independents,  congregating  in  Gloucester,  which  was  tried  before 
the  Supreme  Judicial  Court  held  at  Ipswich,  June,  1785,  and  it  seems  probable  that 
Sullivan  may  have  written  the  "Appeal"  to  the  public  published  by  that  body,  see  our 
no.  27591,  vol.  7.   "Publick"  in  th;!t  entry  should  have  been  spelled  "Public." 

J.  S.  J.  Gardiner's  anonymous  "Epistle  to  Zenas,"  [1786],  aas.,  nvp.,  note  fol- 
lowing no.  26624,  vol.  7,  was  directed  against  Sullivan. 

"Thoughts  on  the  Political  Situation,"  1788,  has  been  attributed  to  Sullivan.  This 
is  correctly  entered  under  Jackson  (Jonathan),  no.  35441,  vol.  9.  aas.,  b.,  ba.,  c, 
H.,  JCB.,  M.,  NYP.  The  NYP.  Copy  has  a  presentation  inscription  of  Jackson. 

Sullivan  (James),  h.  1813.  Life  and  Battles  of  '^'ankee  Sulli- 
van, from  his  first  appearance  in  the  Prize  Ring,  until  his  retire- 
ment. New  York:  Ross  &  Jones,  No.  21  An?i  Street.  1854.  8vo, 
PI'-  (4),  9-96,  (2).  NYP.  93507 


SULLIVAN   (jAMEs).  259 

Cover  title:  .  .  .  Life  and  Battles  of  Yankee  Sullivan  .  .  .  Also,  the  battles  between 
Tom  Hyer  and  Country  M'Cleester.  Chriss.  Lilly  and  Tom  M'Coy,  George  Kensett 
and  Ned  Hammond,  Alf.  Walker  and  Joe  Hoiles,  "the  Spider." 

Copyrighted  by  W.  H.  Trent. 

Sullivan.  Life  and  Battles  of  Yankee  Sullivan,  embracing  full 
and  accurate  reports  of  his  fights  with  Hammer  Lane,  Bob  Carnot, 
Tom  Secor,  Tom  Hyer,  Harry  Bell,  John  Morrissey,  etc.  Phlla- 
idelphia:   A.  Winch.    [1854.]    8vo,  pp.  98.  935o8 

Title  from  the  catalogue  of  the  Heckscher  sale  at  the  Merwin-Clayton  galleries, 
.March  2-4,  1909,  no.  2707. 

Sullivan  (John),  counterfeiter.   See  Syllivan  (Owen). 

Sullivan  (John),  highwayman.  The  Life  and  Dying  Confes- 
sions of  Richard  Barrick  and  .  .  .  See  Barrick  (Richard),  no.  3625, 
vol.  I.    AAS. 

Sullivan  ([John]),  h.  1740,  d.  ijgS-  General  Sullivan's  | 
Address  |  to  the  |  Freemen  |  of  |  New-Hampshire.  |  Portsmouth, 
N.  H.  I  Printed  by  Robert  Gerrish.  \  M.DCC.LXXXV.  [  8vo,  pp.  8. 

AAS.,  C,  M.  93509 
Signed  "John  Sullivan,  Major-General."  and  dated  "Durham,  January  27,  1785." 

Sullivan.   Regulations  |  for  the  j  Order  and  Discipline  |  of  the 

1  Troops  I  of  I  New-Hampshire:  |  By  John  Sullivan,  Major-Gen- 
eral.  |  Portsmouth:  New-Hampshire,  \  Printed  by  Melcher  and 
'Osborne,  \  M,DCC,LXXXV.  |  8vo,  pp.  37.  aas.,  c,  M.  935  10 

"Letters  and  Papers  of  Major-General  John  Sullivan,  Continental  Army,  edited 
by  Otis  G.  Hammond,"  are  in  process  of  publication  by  the  New  Hampshire  Historical 
Society,  vols.  1—2,  covering  the  years  1771— 1779,  having  appeared  in  1930  and  1931. 

For  "Notices  of  Sullivan's  Campaign,"  see  [O'Rielly  (H.)],  no.  57S91,  vol.  14. 

AAS. 

Sullivan  (John  L[angdon]).  An  Address  to  the  Mayor,  the 
Aldermen,  and  Inhabitants  of  New  York,  supplemental  to  Col. 
Clinton's  Report,  on  Water,  demonstrating,  from  the  facts  ascer- 
tained by  the  Surveys,  as  well  as  others,  the  advantages  of  a  Rock- 
iWater  Company,  with  banking  privileges.  Appropriating  the  sur- 
plus to  public  baths,  and  cleaning  streets.  Also,  a  Proposition  to  the 
''Manhattan  Company,  to  fill  their  Aqueduct  with  Rock-Water.  By 
John  L.  Sullivan,  Civil  Engineer,  and  Co-Patentee  with  Levi  Dis- 
brow.  New-York:  Clapton  i^  Van  Norden,  Printers,  No.  49 
William- street.    1833.    8vo,  pp.  (4),  2,  iv,  3-46,  (l).    Map  and 

2  plans,    nyh.    -|-  [Same  imprint  and  date.]    8vo,  pp.  (4),  2,  5, 
verso  blank,  3—46.   Map  and  2  plans.  nyp.  935  i  i 

In  the  second  issue  listed,  a  "Postscript  ...  to  the  Board  of  Commissioners,"  pp.  5, 
is  substituted  for  an  address  to  the  mayor,  pp.  iv. 

Copies  of  one  or  other  of  the  above  issues  are  located  also  at  aml.,  b.,  hsp.,  whs. 


260  SULLIVAN   (jOHN    L. ) . 

Sullivan.  Advertisement  of  a  Proposition  for  Ward  Com- 
panies. See  Disbrow  (L.),  no.  20225,  ^ol.  5.  ba.,  cu.,  h.,  nyam., 

NYP. 

[Sullivan].  American  Rail-Way,  and  the  Winans  Carriage. 
[n.  f.    1830.]    8vo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  20.   Table. 

c,  NYH.  93512 

Dated  at  the  end:  February,  1830.  Caption  title:  Practical  Principles  of  Rail-Ways, 
proper  for  the  climate  of  the  United  States,  and  adapted  to  the  use  of  the  Winans  rail- 
way carriage.  By  John  L.  Sullivan,  Civil  Engineer,  (and  Co-proprietor  of  this 
Improvement.) 

Sullivan.  The  Answ^er  of  Mr.  Sullivan,  to  the  Letter  and  Mis- 
statements of  the  Hon.  Cadwallader  D.  Colden,  in  his  "Brief  Ex- 
position" of  himself  as  the  Advocate  of  Monopoly.  The  Unconstitu- 
tionality or  Limitation  of  the  Monopoly  demonstrated.  The  Bad 
Policy  and  Injurious  EfTects  of  it  on  the  Community  exposed.  The 
Legality  of  an  Extension  of  the  term  of  time  of  a  Patent  when  for 
the  good  of  a  State;  and  the  Just  Views  and  Claims  of  Patentees  in 
Steam  Navigation  fully  explained.  Troy:  Printed  by  William  S. 
Parker.   January  1 823.    8vo,  pp.  40. 

B.,  BM.,  C,  cu.,  H.,  NYAM.,  NYH.  935  I3 
See   also   Colden's   "Brief  Exposition   of  the   Views    of   .  .  .    Sullivan,"    1822,    b., 

BM.,  NYP. 

Sullivan.  The  Answer  of  Mr.  Sullivan,  to  the  Letter  and  Mis- 
statements of  the  Hon.  Cadwallader  D.  Colden,  as  the  advocate  of 
the  monopoly  of  steam  and  fire  in  navigating  the  rivers,  coasts,  and 
lakes  of  New  York.  The  Unconstitutionality  or  Limitation  of  the 
Monopoly  demonstrated  .  .  .  Supported  by  Opinion  of  Counsel. 
Second  Edition,  With  a  Summary  History  of  the  origin,  progress, 
and  laws  of  the  Monopoly  .  .  .  Tonnage,  Profits,  Plans  of  Opera- 
tion, &c.    Troy:    Printed  by  William  S.  Parker.    Febrtiary   1 82 3. 

Svo,  pp.  47.  BA.,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  935  I4 

[Sullivan].  [Circular  letter  on  steamboat  monopoly.]  {^Al- 
bany.  1817.]    Svo,  pp.  14.  c.  93515 

Intended  for  distribution  to  the  legislature,  it  is  dated:  Albany,  17th  March,  I  817. 
The  c.  copy  has  the  ms.  signature  of  "Jn  L  Sullivan." 

Bound  with  the  c.  copy  is  the  following:  .  .  .  Remarks  on  Steam  Boats.  [«.  p.  n.  <f.] 
Svo,  pp.  6.  Caption  title.  With  heading:  "(.A  friend  to  general  improvements,  re- 
grets that  tiie  inventor  of  the  Steam  Towboat,  has  not  explained  its  operations  and 
advantages  more  fully  In  his  petition  to  the  Legislature.)" 

Sullivan.  A  Commentary'  on  the  New  System  of  Naval  Ar- 
chitecture of  Wilh'am  Anncsley,  architect.    By  John  L.  Sulliv;in. 


SULLIVAN   (jOHN    L.).  261 

Troy^  N.  Y.  Printed  by  William  S.  Parker.    1 823.   8vo,  pp.  iv,  59, 
index  (i).    ii  folded  plates.  nyp.  93516 

The  first  two  leaves  contain  "Testimonials." 

Sullivan.  Considerations  which  tend  to  prove  that  a  States' 
National  Bank,  is  necessary  to  countervail  the  injurious  effects  of 
the  New  Banking  System  of  England  on  the  Revenue,  Domestic 
Commerce,  Manufactures,  and  Internal  Improvements  of  the 
United  States,  respectfully  addressed  to  the  President.  By  John  L. 
Sullivan,  A.M.  Member  of  the  American  Academy  of  Arts  and 
Sciences.  One  of  the  Board  of  Engineers  for  Internal  Improve- 
ments, under  the  administration  of  Mr.  Monroe.  Neiv  Haven: 
Printed  by  B.  L.  Hamlen.    1 838.    8vo,  pp.  38. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UP.,  WHS.,  Y.  93517 

Sullivan.  A  Demonstration  of  the  Right  to  the  Navigation  of 
the  Waters  of  New  York  without  the  license  of  the  owners  of  the 
monopoly  of  steam  and  iire  granted  to  Robert  R.  Livingston  and 
Robert  Fulton,  comprehending  the  opinions  of  judges  and  counsel 
on  the  case,  and  suggesting  the  means  by  which  a  valuable  branch  of 
business  of  increasing  importance  may  be  opened  and  secured  for  a 
long  period.  By  John  L.  Sullivan.  Sold  for  the  benefit  of  the  Mas- 
sachusetts General  Hospital.  Cambridge:  Printed  by  Hilliard  and 
Metcalj.    1821.    8vo,  pp.  41.  B.,  BA.,  c,  H.  935  18 

[Sullivan].  Description  from  the  Franklin  Journal  of  a  Tim- 
ber Rail  Road  artificially  durable ;  and  of  the  Baltimore  Rail  Road 
Carriage.    [Philadelphia.    1829.]    8vo,  pp.  (2),  9,  verso  blank,  (5). 

2  plates.  AAS.,  BA.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.  93519 

Capt:on  title  on  p.  i  :  On  the  Baltimore  Rail-road  Carriage,  invented  by  Ross 
Winans,  Esq.  and  the  manner  of  adapting  it  to  streets;  also  on  cheap  Railroads.  By 
J.  L.  Sullivan,  Civil  Engineer. 

Pp.  1—9  and  the  plates  are  reprinted  from  the  "Journal  of  the  Franklin  Institute," 
new  ser.,  vol.  3,  1829,  pp.  231—240. 

Sullivan.  A  Description  of  a  sub-marine  Aqueduct,  to  supply 
New-York  with  water  from  New-Jersey:  connected  with  a  Com- 
mercial Canal,  and  Rail-way,  for  the  direct  western  trade  of  this 
city.  By  J.  L.  Sullivan,  Civil  Engineer.  Neiv-York:  G.  &'  C.  ^ 
H.  Carvill.  1830.  [Verso  of  title:]  Ludzvig  &'  Tolefree,  Printers, 
Corner  of  Greenivich  and  Vesey-streets,  New-York.    8vo,  pp.  29. 

AML.,  GTS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.  93520 

Sullivan.  A  Description  of  the  American  Marine  Rail-way,  as 
constructed  at  New  York,  by  Mr.  John  Thomas,  naval  architect. 
With  explanations  of  its  principle,  and  manifestations  of  its  safety 

VOL.  XXIV.  I  7 


262  SULLIVAN   (jOHN    L.), 

for  ships  of  war.  By  John  L.  SulhVan  ...  To  which  is  annexed,  the 
report  of  the  Committee  of  Inventions  of  the  Franklin  Institute,  to 
whom  the  above  subject  was  referred.  With  engravings  .  .  .  Phila- 
delphia:  J.  Harding y  Printer.    1827.    8vo,  pp.  16.    2  plates. 

B.,  C,  PRINCETON.  93521 

"Extracted  from  the  Franklin  Journal  for  February,  1827." 

Sullivan.  Explanation,  by  John  L.  Sullivan,  of  the  nature  of 
certain  grants  to  him  for  the  use  of  Steam  Boats  on  Connecticut 
River,  and  of  the  Nature  of  his  Claims  to  Admission  into  the  State 
of  New-York  with  his  Patented  Improvements  in  Steam  Boats.  In 
a  Letter  addressed  to  the  Editor  of  the  New- York  Evenino-  Post. 
[NezvYork.]     1818.    Svo,  pp.  29,  (l).  " 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  NYH.  93522 
An  introductory  letter  by  the  author  from  the  Evening  Post  of  March  23,  181 8, 
states  that  as  the  editor  objected  to  giving  as  much  space  as  was  required  by  this  vin- 
dication, that  it  would  be  put  in  the  form  of  a  pamphlet  to  be  distributed  gratis  by 
Messrs.  James  Eastburn  &  Co.  (booksellers  in  New  York). 

Sullivan.  Exposition  of  Errors  in  the  calculation  of  the  Board 
of  Water  Commissioners,  whereof  the  correction  is  necessary  to  be 
made  by  voters,  before  a  sound  judgment  can  be  formed  on  the 
question,  whether  the  present  plan  for  bringing  in  the  Croton  Water 
forty  miles,  shall  be  adopted.?  Specially  addressed  to  owners  of  real 
estate,  merchants,  and  mechanics.  With  some  remarks  on  the  Erie 
Rail  Road.  ...  By  J.  L.  Sullivan,  a.m.  Civil  Engineer.  New- 
York:  Printed  by  George  P.  Scott  and  Co.  33  Ann  Street.  1 835. 
Svo,  pp.  20.  NYP.  93523 

Sullivan.  In  the  Supreme  Court  of  the  United  States,  between 
John  L.  Sullivan  &  others,  appellants,  and  the  Fulton  Steam-Boat 
Company,  respondents.  By  appeal  from  the  Circuit  Court  of  the 
United  States  for  the  Southern  District  of  New-York,  in  the  second 
circuit.  Case.  New-York:  Printed  by  J.  Seymour,  49  J  aim-Street. 
1821.    Svo,  pp.  16.  ■  H. (law).  93524 

[Sullivan.]  [Letter  submitting  a  statement  of  facts  relative  to 
the  repeal  of  an  act  declaring  to  be  forfeited  to  Robert  R.  Livingston 
and  Robert  Fulton  all  boats  navigated  by  steam  or  fire  within  the 
state.]     [Albany.    1817.]     l2mo,  pp.  14.  H. (bus.)  93525 

Dated,  Albany,  17th  March,  1817.  At  the  end  of  the  letter  in  the  h.  copy  is  the 
autograph  of  John  L.  Sullivan. 

Sullivan.  A  Letter  to  His  Excellency  Henry  W.  Edwards,  on 
the  Advantages  of  Rail  Roads  in  Connecticut,  and  other  New  Eng- 
land States,  and  in  New  ^'ork;  in  reference  to  the  Western  Trad'e, 


SULLIVAN   (jOHN    L.).  263 

and  to  the  Detrimental  Location  of  the  Erie  Rail  Road.    By  John 
L.  Sullivan,  a.m.  .  .  .  Neiv  Raven^  Januaryy  1 836.    8vo,  pp.  16. 

AAS.,  B.,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.,  Y.  93526 

Sullivan.  Letters,  first  published  in  the  Boston  Daily  Adver- 
tiser, in  answer  to  certain  Inquiries  relative  to  the  Middlesex  Canal. 
By  John  L.  Sullivan,  Agent  of  the  Corporation.  Boston:  Printed 
at  the  Office  of  the  Boston  Daily  Advertiser.    1 8 1 8.    8vo,  pp.  I  2. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  M.,  WHS.  93527 

Sullivan.  Mr.  Sullivan's  description  of  a  cheap,  durable  Rail 
Road,  and  certain  Routes,  in  the  States  of  New- York  and  New- 
Jersey.  \_NewYork\  1827.]  8vo,  pp.  (2),  18,  blank  leaf,  21-22. 
Folded  plate.  h.,  nyh.,  nyp.,  p.  93528 

Caption  title:  Suggestion  of  a  Plan  of  uniting  Roads  with  Railways  to  facilitate 
and  extend  the  internal  commerce  of  New-York. 

On  p.  5:   Filed  17th  December,  1827,  by  J.  L.  Sullivan. 

Sullivan.  On  the  Baltimore  Rail-road  Carriage.  See  Descrip- 
tion from  the  Franklin  Journal,  above. 

Sullivan.  .  .  .  On  the  Means  of  Safety  in  Steam  Boats:  by 
John  L.  Sullivan,  civil  engineer.    [New  York.    1831.]    8vo,  pp.  17. 

nyh. 93529 

Caption  title.  With  heading:  From  the  American  Journal  of  Science  and  Arts, 
Vol.  XX,  [1831,]  No.  I. 

Sullivan.  Practical  Principles  of  Rail-Ways.  See  American 
Rail-Way,  above. 

[Sullivan].  Proposition  for  an  Anthracite  Coal  Steam  Power 
Boat  and  Barge  Company,  for  passengers  on  the  North  River. 
\_New  York.    1830.]    8vo,  pp.  12.   Plate.  C.  93530 

"Plate  preceded  by  leaf  with  descriptive  letterpress.  Appendix:  Specification  and 
Description  of  the  Anthracite  Coal  Furnace  for  Steamboat  Boilers,  made  and  claimed 
by  J.  L.  Sullivan  ...  p.  [5]-!  2." — c. 

Sullivan.  Prospective  Economy  in  the  Future  Public  Works 
of  the  State  of  New-York,  describing  the  savings  and  effects  on  the 
Otsego,  Chenango,  Cayuga,  Chemung  and  Allegany  Routes,  by  the 
use  of  the  Durable  Wooden  Lock,  and  Single  Elevated  Railway. 
With  general  remarks  on  the  consequences  of  the  Pennsylvania  im- 
provements. By  J.  Langdon  Sullivan.  .  .  .  Albany:  Printed  by 
Packard  and  Van  Benthuysen.    1827.   8vo,  pp.  30,  index  and  errata 

(l).  NYH.  93531 

[Sullivan].  Refutation  of  Mr.  Colden's  "Answer"  to  Mr. 
Sullivan's  Report  to  the  Society  for  Establishing  Useful  Manufac- 


264  SULLIVAN   (jOHN    L.). 

tories  in  New-Jersey  upon  the  intended  encroachments  of  the  Mor- 
ris Canal  Company  in  diverting  from  their  natural  course  the  waters 
of  the  Passaic,    [n.  f.    1828?]    8vo,  pp.  56. 

BM.,  C,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  93532 

Signed  on  p.  51,  J.  L.  Sullivan.  For  the  report,  and  Coldea's  "Answer,"  see  the 
Report  on  the  origin  and  increase  of  the  Paterson  Manufactories,  below. 

Sullivan.  Remarks  on  the  Importance  of  Inland  Navigation 
from  Boston  by  the  Middlesex  Canal  and  Merrimack  River  in  the 
present  and  probable  future  state  of  Foreign  Commerce.  By  John 
L.  Sullivan.    Boston:   Printed  by  John  Eliot,  No.  5,  Court  Street. 

1813.     8vo,  pp.  22. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  H.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.,  Y.  93533 

A  MS.  note  of  Joseph  Sabin  describes  the  following  broadside  in  three  columns, 
signed,  J.  L.  Sullivan:  On  Inland  Navigation  of  the  Merrimack.  J.  C.  Tuttle  -printer. 
{Concord,  N.  H.   circa  18 10.] 

[Sullivan].  A  Report,  descriptive  of  a  Route  for  a  Rail  Road 
from  the  Hudson  through  Paterson  to  the  Delaware  River,  thence 
to  the  Susquehanna  and  the  South  Western  Counties  of  New-York 
.  .  .  New-York:  Printed  by  Clayton  £s?  Van  Norden.  1831.  8vo, 
pp.  20.   2  folded  maps.  BA.,  c.  93534 

Signed:  Jno.  L.  Sullivan. 

Sullivan.  Report  of  Messrs.  Benj.  Wright  and  J.  L.  Sullivan, 
engineers  engaged  in  the  survey  of  the  route  of  the  proposed  canal 
.  .  .  See  Pennsylvania,  no.  60467,  vol.  14.    BM.,  cu.,  NYH.,  T.w. 

STREETER. 

[Sullivan].  Report  on  the  origin  and  increase  of  the  Paterson 
Manufactories,  and  the  intended  diversion  of  their  waters  by  the 
Morris  Canal  Company:  also  on  post  rail  roads,  as  the  means  of 
cheap  conveyance  throughout  New-Jersey,  of  bringing  Susque- 
hanna coal  to  the  iron  mines  and  forges,  and  to  supply  Paterson  and 
New-York:  also  on  a  method  of  supplying  the  City  of  New-York 
with  water  from  the  great  falls  of  the  Passaic.  Paterson:  Printed 
by  Day  ^  Burnett,  at  the  Office  of  the  Paterson  Intelligencer. 
1828.    8vo,  pp.  60,  (2).   Folded  map.  c,  nyh.  93535 

Improved  title  of  no.  59061,  vol.  14. 

Signed:  Jno.  L.  Sullivan,  acting  as  Civil  Engineer  to  the  Society  for  the  estab- 
lishment of  Useful  Manuf.ictures  in  New-Jersey. 

Sfc  also:  An  Answer  to  Mr.  John  L.  Sullivan's  Report  to  the  Manufacturing 
Society  in  New-Jersey,  in  a  letter  to  the  directors  of  the  Morris  Canal  Company,  by 
the  President  of  that  company.  Nctv-York:  William  A.  Davis,  printer,  No.  38 
William-Sln-ft,  1828.  8vo,  pp.  39.  NVP.,  t.w.strkkter.  Signed  on  p.  31:  Cadwal- 
ladcr  \).  Colden.    For  a  reply,  si'e  Refutation,  .above. 


SULLIVAN   (jOHN    L.).  265 

[Sullivan].  .  .  .  Report  to  the  Proprietors  of  the  Middlesex 
Canal,  at  their  Meeting  January  25,  1809.  [Boston^  1 809.] 
8vo,  pp.  8.  B.  93536 

Caption  title.  With  heading:  "At  a  Meeting  of  the  Proprietors  of  the  Middlesex 
Canal  ..."   Signed  at  end,  John  L.  Sullivan. 

[Sullivan].  Suggestion  of  a  Plan  of  uniting  Roads  with  Rail- 
ways.  See  Mr.  Sullivan's  description,  above. 

Sullivan.  Suggestions  on  the  Canal  Policy  of  Pennsylvania,  in 
reference  to  the  effects  of  the  Inland  Navigation  of  the  Adjoining 
States,  on  the  Commerce  of  Philadelphia.  Also,  in  relation  to  a 
Direct  Canal  through  the  Counties  of  Chester  and  Lancaster,  to 
the  Susquehanna;  and  others  thence  to  the  Ohio.  With  facts  and 
computations  relative  to  the  Commerce  of  the  Chesapeake  &  Dela- 
ware Canal.  By  J.  L.  Sullivan,  Civil  Engineer.  Philadelphia: 
Printed  by  John  Young,  No.  34,  North  Third-Street.    1 824.    8vo, 

pp.  49,    (l).    Plate.  AAS.,  C,  HSP.,  P.,  T.W.STREETER  93537 

[Sullivan].  .  .  .  To  the  mechanics  of  New-York,  on  the  sub- 
ject of  supplying  the  city  with  pure  water.  [Neiv  York.  1832.] 
8vo,  pp.  23.  WHS.  93538 

Caption  title.  With  heading:  "No.  2."  Signed:  "J.  L.  Sullivan,  civil  engineer: 
Also,  in  behalf  of  Levi  Disbrow,  mechanician.    New-York,  August,  1832." 

Information  supplied  by  Annie  A.  Nunns. 

See  also:  "Report  of  the  Board  of  Engineers  for  Internal  Improvements  .  .  .  and 
an  illustration  of  the  report  by  John  L.  Sullivan,  a  member  of  the  board,"  Wash- 
ington, 1825.    c,  Y. 

"Observations  on  the  Importance  of  Improving  the  Navigation  of  the  River 
Schuylkill,  for  the  purpose  of  connecting  it  with  the  Susquehanna,  and  through  that 
river  extending  our  communication  to  the  Genesee  lakes  and  the  Ohio,"  [Philadel- 
fhia?  n.  d.~\,  pp.  21,  (i),  our  no.  56521,  vol.  13,  contains  on  the  last  page  an 
"Appendix"  with  a  letter  dated,  Boston,  May  4,  1 8 1  8,  and  signed  by  John  L.  Sullivan. 
Information  supplied  by  Thomas  W.  Streeter,  from  his  own  copy,  which  contains  the 
Appendix,  not  mentioned  in  our  former  entry,  and  may  be  a  different  issue. 

"Dr.  Sullivan's  Poem,"  forms  pp.  27—52  of  "Oration,  Poem,  Speeches  ...  at  the 
Dedication  of  the  Maiden  Town  Hall,"  1857,  o"r  no.  44101,  vol.  11. 

Sullivan  (John  T.).  Memorial  of  Henry  D.  Gilpin,  John  T. 
Sullivan  [and  others],  directors  of  the  Bank  of  the  United  States. 
See  note  following  no.  3189,  vol.  I. 

Sullivan  (Richard).  Address,  delivered  at  the  Seventh  Anni- 
versary of  the  Massachusetts  Peace  Society,  December  25th,  1822. 
By  Hon.  Richard  Sullivan.  Cambridge:  Printed  by  Milliard  and 
Metcalj.    1823.    8vo,  pp.  (2),  25. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  CU.,  HEH.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.,   UTS., 

WHS.,  Y.  93539 


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266  SULLIVAN   (rICHARd). 

Sullivan.  Address  delivered  before  the  Governour  and  Coun- 
cil, Members  of  the  Legislature,  and  other  Patrons  of  the  Massa- 
chusetts General  Hospital.  At  King's  Chapel,  Boston,  June  3, 
1 8 19.  By  R.  Sullivan.  Published  by  order  of  the  Trustees  of  the 
Hospital.  Boston:  Printed  by  Wells  and  Lilly.  1 8  19.  8vo,  pp.  32. 
aas.,  aml.,  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  c,  cu.,  h.,  hsp.,  m.,  nyh.,  nyp.,  y.  93540 

[Sullivan]  ?  Reasons,  principally  of  a  public  nature,  against  a 
New  Bridge  from  Charlestown  to  Boston.  Boston:  Printed  by 
Wells  and  Lilly.    1825.    8vo,  pp.  32.  aas.,  h.(bus.)  93541 

h.(bus.)  copy  has  a  ms.  attribution,  in  a  probably  contemporary  hand,  to  Richard 
Sullivan,  Esq. 

Improved  title  of  no.  6603,  vol.  2. 

Sullivan  (Robert  Baldwin).  The  Connection  between  the 
Agriculture  and  Manufactures  of  Canada;  a  lecture  before  the 
Mechanics' Institute  of  Hamilton.    Hamilton.    1847.    Pp-  42. 

Title  from  Morgan's  "Bibliotheca  Canadensis,"  1867.  9354^ 

[Sullivan].  Letters  on  Responsible  Government.  By  Legion. 
Toronto:  Printed  at  the  Examiner  Office.  1844.  8vo,  pp.  viii, 
3—216,  xvi.  H.,  NYP.  93543 

According  to  Morgan's  "Bibliotheca  Canadensis,"  1867,  the  letters  were  first  pub- 
lished in  the  Examiner. 

For  a  reply  showing  the  authorship,  see  Ryerson  (E.),  no.  74561,  vol.  i8. 

Sullivan  (T[homas]  R[ussell]).  A  Discourse  delivered  at 
the  Dedication  of  the  Meetinghouse  of  the  Keene  Congregational 
Society,  April  28,  1 830.  By  T,  R.  Sullivan.  .  .  .  Keene,  N.  H.  J. 
and  J.  W.  Prentiss,  Printers.    1830.    8vo,  pp.  25,  2. 

AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  H.,  Y.  93544 

Sullivan.  Letters  against  the  Immediate  Abolition  of  Slavery; 
addressed  to  the  Free  Blacks  of  the  Non -Slave-Holding  States.  By 
T.  R.  Sullivan.  Comprising  a  Legal  Opinion  on  the  power  of  legis- 
latures in  non-slavc-holding  states  to  prevent  measures  tending  to 
immediate  and  general  emancipation ;  in  a  letter  to  the  author  from 
William  Sullivan,  l.l.d  Published  with  his  permission.  (The  whole 
first  printed  in  the  Boston  Courier.)  Boston:  HiUiard,  Gray,  and 
Co.  1835.  [Verso  of  title:]  /.  D.  Frecnum,  Printer,  No.  1 10 
Washington  St.    8vo,  pp.  (4),  51. 

aas.,  b.,  ba.,  c,  h.,  hsp.,  m.,  nyp.,  PRINCETON,  UTS.,  Y.  93545 

Sullivan.  A  Sermon  preached  at  the  Dedication  of  the  Union 
Mceting-Housc  in  Chester  Vermont,  March  5,  1829.  By  T.  R. 
Sullivan,  Minister  of  the  Keene  Congregational  Society.  .  .  .  Ches- 
ter:  Printed  by  B.  F.  Fellows.    I  829.    8vo,  pp.  28.  .ws.  93546 


SULLIVAN   (tHOMAS    V.).  267 

[Sullivan  (Thomas  V.)]  Scarcity  of  Seamen.  [Colophon:] 
Press  of  J.  Home  .  .  .  Boston.  [1854.]  8vo,  cover  title,  and  pp. 
32.  C,  H.,  P.,  V.  -\-  [Second  Edition.  Same  colophon  and  collation. 
1854.]  B.,  c,  H.,  M.,  NYP.,  WHS.  93547 

Signed  on  p.  27:  "Thomas  V.  Sullivan."  A  report  of  Capt.  Sullivan  to  the  Boston 
Marine  Mission.    Treasurer's  report  included  is  dated  Jan.  I,  1854. 

Sullivan  (W.  B.).   5^^  Sullivan  (William  B[aldwin]). 

Sullivan  (William).  An  Address  to  the  Members  of  the  Bar 
of  Suffolk,  Mass.  at  their  stated  meeting  on  the  first  Tuesday  of 
March,  1824.  By  William  Sullivan.  Boston,  Press  of  the  North 
American  Review.   I.  R.  Butts,  Printer.    1825.    8vo,  pp.  63. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  93548 

[Sullivan].  Circular  [on  instituting  a  Society  for  the  promo- 
tion of  a  taste  for  music  and  the  encouragement  of  the  progress  of 
this  Science  in  Boston.]  [Verso  of  title:]  Dutton  and  W entworth. 
Printers,  No.  4,  Exchange  Street.    [Boston.    1826.]    8vo,  pp.  12. 

BA.,H.  93549 

Dated,  Boston,  May  15,  1826,  and  signed  by  W.  Sullivan  and  eight  others. 

[Sullivan]?    Demos  in  Council.   See  no.  19522,  vol.  5.    ba., 

c,  H. 

Generally  attributed  to  William  Sullivan,  according  to  Amory's  "Life  of  James 
Sullivan,"  vol.  2,  1859,  p.  68. 

Reprinted  in  the  "Magazine  of  History,"  extra  number  106,  1925,  pp.  3—18. 

Sullivan.  A  Discourse  delivered  before  the  Boston  Mercantile 
Association,  and  others,  assembled  on  their  invitation,  on  Tuesday 
evening,  February  7,  1832.  By  William  Sullivan.  Boston:  Pub- 
lished by  Carter  and  Hendee.  1 832.  [Verso  of  title:]  Boston 
Classic  Press:   I.  R.  Butts.    8vo,  pp.  36. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  H.,  M.,  NYP.,  P.  93550 

Sullivan.  A  Discourse,  delivered  before  the  Massachusetts 
Society  for  the  Suppression  of  Intemperance.  May  23,  1832.  By 
William  Sullivan.  .  .  .  Boston:  Richardson,  Lord  ,&'  Holbrook. 
1832.  [Verso  of  title:]  Boston:  Waitt  &  Doiv's  Press,  122 
Washington  Street.    8vo,  pp.  64. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  H.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.  9355  I 

Sullivan.  A  Discourse  delivered  before  the  Pilgrim  Society,  at 
Plymouth,  on  the  twenty  second  day  of  December,  1829.  By 
William  Sullivan.  .  .  .  Boston.  Published  by  Carter  and  Hendee. 


268  SULLIVAN   (wILLIAm). 

M  DCCC  XXX.    [Verso  of  title:]    Printed  by  Isaac  R.  Butts,  Boston. 
8vo,  pp.  60. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UP.,  Y.  93552 

[Sullivan]  .  Familiar  Letters  on  Public  Characters,  and  Public 
Events;  from  the  Peace  of  1 783,  to  the  Peace  of  1815.  .  .  .  Boston: 
Russell,  Odiorne,  and  Metcalf.  1834^  [Verso  of  title:]  /.  D. 
Freeman,  Printer,  I  lO,  Washington  Street.   8vo,  pp.  xi,  468.  aas., 

B.,   BA.,   C,   CU.,   H.,    HSP.,   MINNHS.,   NYH.,   NYP.,   P.,   UP.,   Y.     + 

Second  Edition.     [Same  publisher's  imprint  and  date.    Verso  of 
title:]    Cambridge  Press:   Metcalf,  Torry,  and  Ballon.    l2mo,  pp. 

Xxiii,  345.    C,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  PRINCETON,  UTEX.,  WHS.,  Y.  93553 
The  second  edition  was  published  without  the  appendix,  which  forms  pp.  409-465 

in  the  first  edition. 

An   attack  on  Thomas  Jefferson  and  a  defense  of  the  Federalist  party  from  the 

criticisms    contained    in   his    posthumous    memoirs.     For   a    later   edition,   see    "The 

Public  Men  of  the  Revolution."  below. 

[Sullivan]?  History  of  the  United  States  of  America;  with 
a  brief  account  of  some  of  the  principal  empires  &  States  of  ancient 
&  modern  times.  For  the  use  of  schools  and  private  families.  By  a 
Citizen  of  Massachusetts.  Keene,  N.  H.  Published  by  John  Pren- 
tiss, Proprietor  of  the  Copyright. — 1820.  l2mo,  pp.  251.  aas., 
NYP.  +  Second  Edition,  corrected  &  improved- — with  Questions, 
adapted  to  the  History  of  the  United  States,  and  the  compendium 
of  empires  and  states.  [Same  imprint.]  182 1.  l2mo,  pp.  276. 
AAS.,  B.,  c,  H.,  NYP.  +  Stereotype  Edition,  corrected  and  im- 
proved: with  questions  .  .  .  Stereotyped  by  H.  Wallis,  New-York. 
[Same  Keene  imprint  and  collation.]  1822.  aas.,  b.,  BM.,  C,  H. 
+  [Same  imprints  and  collation.]  1 823.  aas.,  c,  nyh.,  nyp. 
+  [Same  imprints  and  collation.]    1824.  M.  93554 

Improved  title  of  no.  65082,  vol.  15,  entered  under  the  probable  author,  Charles 
Prentiss,  the  brother  of  the  publisher.  S^«?  Allibone,  Appleton,  and  Binney's  "History 
and  Genealogy  of  the  Prentice,  or  Prentiss  Family,"  1883,  p.  98. 

On  the  other  hand,  Amory  in  his  sketch  of  Sullivan,  Mass.  Hist.  Soc.  "Proceed- 
ings," 1835-185S,  1880,  p.  155,  states  that  in  "1824,  he  [Sullivan]  published  at 
Keene,  New  Hampshire,  where  his  nephew,  Russell,  was  settled  as  a  clergyman,  a 
brief  history  of  the  United  States  and  of  other  countries,  for  use  in  schools  and 
families." 

The  1821  and  1823  editions  of  the  above  history,  were  erroneously  entered  in  our 
no.  29661,  vol.  7,  being  confused  with  editions  of  another  anonymous  "History  of 
the  United  States"  by  Salma  Hale. 

Sullivan.  Introductory  Discourse,  delivered  before  the  Amer- 
ican Institute  of  Instruction,  at  Boston,  August  22,  1833.  By 
William  Sullivan,  one  of  the  officers  of  the  Institute.  Boston:  Car- 
ter, Hendee  and  Co.  1833.  [Verso  of  title:]  I.  R.  Bittts,  Printer, 
School  Street.    8vo,  pp.  34.  aas.,  b.,  bm.,  c,  h.,  p.,  y.  93555 


SULLIVAN   (wILLIAm).  269 

Sullivan.  An  Oration  delivered  before  the  Washington  Be- 
nevolent Society  of  Massachusetts  on  the  thirtieth  day  of  April, 
18 1 2,  being  the  Anniversary  of  the  First  Inauguration  of  President 
Washington.  By  William  Sullivan.  Boston:  Printed  by  John 
Eliot,  Jun.    1812.    Svo,  pp.  24  [or  28].     aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  c, 

H.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYU.,  NYP.,  UP.,  UTS.,  WIIS.,  WLC, 

Y.    +  Second  Edition.    [Same  imprint  date  and  collation.] 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.  93556 

The  additional  pp.   25—28   found   in  some  copies  consist  of  Odes,    First  edition, 
NYP.    Second  edition,  aas.,  b.    Probably  other  located  copies  also  have  pp.  25—28. 

Sullivan.  An  Oration,  pronounced  July  4th,  1803,  at  the 
request  of  the  Inhabitants  of  the  Town  of  Boston,  in  commemo- 
ration of  the  anniversary  of  American  Independence.  By  William 
Sullivan.  .  .  .  Boston:  Printed  at  the  ^^ Boston  Weekly  Magazine" 
Ojjicey  by  Gilbert  and  Dean — 1 803.    8vo,  pp.  21.    aas.,  b.,  BA., 

BM.,  C,  H.,  HEH.,  HSP.,   M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.,  UTS.,  WIIS.,  WLC,  Y. 

-f-  (Second  Edition.)    [Same  imprint,  date,  and  collation.] 

M.,  WLC.  93557 

Sullivan.  The  Political  Class  Book;  intended  to  instruct  the 
Higher  Classes  in  Schools,  in  the  Origin,  Nature,  and  Use  of  Po- 
litical Power.  ...  By  William  Sullivan,  Counsellor  at  Law.  With 
an  Appendix  upon  studies  for  practical  men ;  with  notices  of  books 
suited  to  their  use.  By  George  B.  Emerson.  Boston:  Richardsony 
Lord  <y  Holbrooky  133  Washington  Street.  1830.  l2mo,  pp. 
xxi,  13—148.  aas.,  b.,  c,  y.  -|-  New  Edition,  with  amendments 
and  additions.  [Same  imprint.]  183 1.  1 2 mo,  pp.  viii,  157,  36. 
AAS.,  B.,  NYP.,  WHS.,  Y.  +  New  Edition,  with  amendments  and 
additions.  Boston:  Carter ,  Hendee  &'  Co.  Brattlcboro^  Power 
Press  Office.  1 832.  [Same  collation.]  cu.,  nyp.,  up.  +  New 
Edition,  with  amendments  and  additions.  Boston:  Carter,  Hendee 
<y  Co.  Brattleboro*  Power  Press  Office.  1834.  [Same  collation.] 
B.  -|-  New  Edition,  with  amendments  and  additions.  Boston: 
Carter,  Hendee  &?  Co.  1835.  [Same  collation.]  B.,  NYP.,  UTS. 
+  New  Edition,  with  amendments  and  additions.  Boston:  Charles 
J.  Hendee.  1837.  [Same  collation.]  aas.,  nyp.  +  New  Edition 
...Boston.  1838.  [Same  collation.]  BM.  -|-  New  Edition,  with 
Amendments  and  Additions.  Boston:  Charles  J.  Hendee,  and 
J enks  and  Palmer.  1839.  [Same  collation.]  B.,  BA.,  BM.  +  New 
Edition,  with  amendments  and  additions.  Boston:  Charles  J .  Hen- 
dee, and  J  enks  and  Palmer.    1841.    1 2mo,  pp.  viii,  156,  36. 

AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  PRINCETON.  93558 


2/0  SULLIVAN   (wILLIAm). 

In  the  c.  copy  of  the  1830  edition  there  is  inserted  between  pp.   124  and   125 
notice  of  the  constitution  of  New  York,  New  Jersey,  and  Pennsylvania,  pp.   (12). 

Also:  Specimen  of  the  Political  Class  Book,  Boston:  Richardson,  Lord  and 
Holbrook,  133  Washington  Street,  1832,  with  the  preliminary  leaves  of  the  later 
editions  and  pp.  93— 1 16  of  the  text,    m.,  nyp. 

Sullivan.  The  Public  Men  of  the  Revolution.  Including; 
events  from  the  Peace  of  1783  to  the  Peace  of  1 8 15.  In  a  series 
of  letters.  By  the  late  Hon.  Wm.  Sullivan,  ll.d.  With  a  biographi- 
cal sketch  of  the  author,  and  additional  notes  and  references  by  his 
Son,  John  T.  S.  Sullivan.  .  .  .  Philaddfhla:  Published  by  Carey  and 
Hart.  1847.  [Verso  of  title:]  Philadelphia:  T.  K.  and  P.  G. 
Collins,  Printers.   8vo,  pp.  463.   Frontispiece  portrait. 

B.,   BA.,   BM.,   C,   CU.,   H.,   HEH.,    HSP.,   M.,   MINNHS.,   NYII.,   NYP., 

PRINCETON,  WHS.,  WLC,  Y.  93559 
For  earlier  editions,  see  Familiar  Letters,  above. 

Sullivan.  Sea  Life;  or.  What  may  or  may  not  be  done,  and 
what  ought  to  be  done  by  Ship-Owners,  Ship-Masters,  Mates  and 
Seamen.  ...  By  William  Sullivan,  .  .  .  Boston:  James  B.  Dow, 
No.  2()2  Washington-St.  1 837.  [Verso  of  title:]  Printed  by  Wm. 
A.Hall&'Co.    i6mo,  pp.  V,  (i),  13-96. 

AAS.,  B.,  C,  HEH.,  NYH.  93560 

Sullivan  (William  B[a]dwin]).  A  Sketch  of  the  Montreal 
Celebration  of  the  Grand  Trunk  Railway  of  Canada.  Toronto, 
"Leader"  &  "Patriot''^  Steam  Press,  1 856.    Pp.  23.  935^1 

Title  from  the  h.  catalogue  card  for  a  copy  now  missing.  Morgan's  "Bibliotheca 
Canadensis,"  1867,  gives  the  collation  as  pp.  24. 

Sullivan  Railroad  Company.  Act  of  Incorporation  and  By- 
laws of  the  Sullivan  Railroad  Company.  Incorporated  July  10, 
1846.  Clarcmont,  N .  H.  Press  of  the  Claremont  Manufacturing 
Company.    1847.    i2mo,  pp.  12.  c,  t.w.streeter.  93562 

Title  supplied  by  Thomas  W.  Streeter. 

Know  all  Men  by  these  Presents,  That,  whereas,  the  Sullivan 
Railroad  Company,  a  Corporation  established  by  the  Legislature  of 
New  Hampshire,  at  a  meeting  duly  holdcn  on  the  13th  day  of  Feb- 
ruary, Anno  Domini  1 850,  Voted: — [Boston.  1850.]  4to,  pp. 
(3)-  AAS.,  B.  93563 

Dated  on  p.  (2):  "Treasurer's  Office,  Sullivan  Railroad  Company,  No.  13,  Mer- 
chant's Exchange,  Boston,  February  15,  l8?o." 

Reports  of  tlic  Directors  and  Treasurer  of  the  Sullivan  Railroad 
Company,  made  July  20,   1 847.    Claremont,  N.  H.    Press  of  the 


SULLIVAN  S    ISLAND.  27 1 

Clare?nont  Manufacturing  Company.    1 847.    l2mo,  pp.  12.    Con- 
tinued. T.W.STREETER.  93564 

"This  was  the  first  report." — T.  W.  Streeter.  Also:  Second  Annual  Report, 
1848.    M. 

^'      Sullivan's  Island.    See  [Crafts  (W.)],  no.  17346,  vol.  5.    ba., 
BU.,  H.,  P.,  Y. 

[SuLLlVANT  (Joseph)].  To  the  Liberty  Party  in  Ohio.  [Co- 
lumbus, Ohio.    1844.]    8vo,  pp.  7.  AAS.  93565 

Caption  title.  Signed,  and  dated  at  end:  "J.  Sullivant.  Columbus,  O.,  October 
16,  1844."  For  a  biographical  note,  see  Howe's  "Historical  Collections  of  Ohio," 
vol.  I,  1890,  p.  649. 

Sully,  pseud.  Remarks  on  the  Report  of  the  Legislature  on  our 
Foreign  Relations.    By  Sully.  .  .  .  Printed  at  Boston:    1 810.    8vo, 

pp.    12.  AAS.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  HEH.,  NYP.,  Y.  93566 

Sully  (Charles).  Associative  Manual;  Part  L  Containing 
Plans  &  Constitutions  of  Protective  and  Industrial  Associations, 
&c.,  most  of  which  are  in  operation:  with  remarks  and  notes,  by 
Charles  Sully.  New-York:  Dewitt  ^  Davenport,  Publishers , 
Tribune  Buildings.  185  I.  [Verso  of  title:]  Baker,  Godwin  ^ 
Co.,  Printers,  Tribune  Buildings.    l2mo,  pp.  48. 

BM.,  M.,  NYP.  93567 

The  author  speaks  in  his  preface  of  compiling  another  part,  but  we  have  located 
no  copy. 

Sully  Brunet  (E.).  Considerations  sur  le  systeme  colonial 
et  la  tarification  des  sucres,  par  M.  Sully  Brunet.  Paris:  Impr.  de 
Selligue,  mars  1832.    8vo,  pp.  viii,  168.  BIB. NAT.,  BM.  93568 

This  and  the  two  following  titles  are  from  the  catalogue  of  the  Bibliotheque  na- 
tionale,  where  they  are  listed  under  Brunet  (E.  Sully). 

Sully  Brunet.  Considerations  sur  le  systeme  colonial  et  plan 
d'abolition  de  I'esclavage,  par  M.  Sully-Brunet.  Paris:  Impr.  de 
F.  Locquin.    1840.    8vo,  pp.  99.  BIB. NAT.,  BM.  93569 

Sully  Brunet.  Du  Projet  de  loi  sur  les  primes  et  sur  la  tari- 
fication des  sucres,  observations,  par  M.  Sully  Brunet.  Paris:  Impr. 
de  Guiraudet,  Janvier  1 833.    8vo,  pp.  43.       BIB. NAT.,  BM.  93570 

SuLPicius,  pseud.  Examination  of  the  Decision  of  the  Com- 
missioners under  the  Fourth  Article  of  the  Treaty  of  Ghent,  with 
an  appendix  of  official  documents.  By  Sulpicius.  Portland  [Me.]  : 
Printed  at  the  Argus  Office,  by  T.  Todd.    1 829.    8vo,  pp.  v,  7—40. 

C.  93571 


272 


SULPICIUS. 


ro,  : 


"  'Originally  published  in  the  Eastern  Argus.' —  Pref.  A  criticism  of  the  north- 
eastern boundary  settlement  under  the  treaty." — c. 

SuLPicius,  fseud.  Letters  of  Sulpicius,  on  the  Northern  Con- 
federacy. With  an  Appendix,  containing  the  Treaty  of  Armed 
Neutrality,  together  with  other  documents  relative  to  the  subject. 
London:  Printed  by  Thomas  Bay  lis,  Greville  Street,  Hatton  Gar- 
den, For  William  Cobbett,  No.  1 8,  Pall  Mall;  And  sold  by  the 
Booksellers  in  general.   January  1^0 1.    8vo,  pp.  48,  xxiii. 

BA.,  BM.,  NYP.,  WLC.  93572 

According  to  the  "Advertisement"  on  p.  3,  the  "following  Letters  have  already 
appeared  in  'The  Porcupine.'  " 

SuLPlTlus  (Servius),  fseud.  Remarks  on  an  Address  delivered 
at  Washington,  July  4,  1 82 1;  by  John  Quincy  Adams,  Secretary 
of  State.  Baltimore:  Printed  by  Benjamin  Edes,  South-west  corner 
oj  South  a7td  Market  Streets.    1821.    8vo,  pp.  15.  aas.  93573 

Improved  title  of  our  no.  24052,  vol.  6,  under  Fendall  (P.  R.),  which  see  for  other 
editions.   Alexandria.    1822.    c,  p. 

"It  appears  unlikely  that  Fendall,  a  supporter  of  Adams,  would  have  criticised  him 
as  severely  as  is  done  by  the  writer  of  this  pamphlet." —  c. 

The  Sum  of  Saving  Knowledge.   Philadelphia,  1745. 

The  above  forms  pp.  (2),  413-446,  of  "The  Confession  of  Faith,  the  Larger  and 
Shorter  Catechisms  ..."  fully  described  by  Evans,  no.  5709.  Other  portions  of  the 
book  are  described  in  our  no.  15445,  and  note,  vol.  4. 

Sum  of  Testimonies  of  Truth.     [Philadelphia^     1 795-]     8\'o, 

pp.  7.  DERENNE.  93574 

"A  very  strange  mystical  effusion  signed  at  end:  'John  Gerar  William  de  Brahm, 
The  Attendant  of  the  Lord  Jesus  Christ.  The  ist.  day  of  the  Year  (vulgarly  20th. 
March)  1795.'  Possibly  this  pamphlet  was  written  in  connection  with  the  author's 
Apocalyptic  Gnomon  .  .  .  Philadelphia,  1795."  Title  and  note  from  the  catalogue  of 
the  above  library. 

Suma   de   geographia.    See  Enciso    (M.   F.   de),   nos.    22551- 

22553,    ^"^-    ^-      [Seville.      15  19.]      C,    H.,    HISP.SOC.AMER.,    NVP. 

[Seville.     1530.]     NYP.,   ucAL. (Bancroft).     [Seville.]     154O. 

HISP.SOC.AMER.,  NYP. 

Svma  I  de  las  reglas,  y  |  constitvciones  de  la  |  Congregacion  de 
Nuestro  Padre  San  |  Pedro,  fundada  en  la  Iglesia  de  la  SS.  Tri-  | 
nidad  dcsta  Ciudad  de  Mexico,  j  En  Mexico,  Pro  la  Biuda  de  Ber- 
nardo Calderon  \  en  la  calle  de  S.  A gustin.  Aiio  de  1650.  |  Svo, 
(7),  26  leaves.  93575 

.\t  end:  "Renovose  esta  impression  sicndo  Abad  de  dicha  Congregacion  el  Licen- 
ciado  Don  Gon^alo  Carrillo  de  la  Cerda,  Ano  de  1650." 

Title  frimi  Andrade's  "Ens:iyo  bibliografico  mcxicano,"  1899,  no.  353. 
For  thi-  lirst  edition,  see  [Soria  (Gabriel  de)],  no.  87157,  vol.  22. 


SUMA,  273 

Svma  I  de  |  vna  Platica  |  qve  se  predico  a  |  la  Congregagion  del 
Salvador,  en  la  Casa  Professa  de  |  la  Compaiiia  de  lesus,  de  esta 
Ciudad  de  Mexico.  |  Del  Modo  de  Merecer  |  con  los  Oficios,  y 
Obras  I  mecanicas  de  la  Republica.  |  Sacado  a  Luz  por  un  |  Sacer- 
dote  de  la  misma  Congregacion.  |  Con  Ltcenciay  en  Mexico .^  \  Por 
la  Viuda  de  Bernardo  Calderony  Ano  de  1662.  |  8vo,  pp.  (8). 

JCB.  93576 

SuMARGA  (Juan).  Del  Sacramento  del  Matrimonio  por  Fr. 
Juan  Sumarga.    Salamanca.    1578.  93577 

Title  from  Medina's  "Biblioteca  hispano-americana,"  no.  256,  which  states  that 
Sumarga  was  one  of  the  first  missionaries  of  the  Order  of  St.  Augustin  to  go  to  the 
new  world. 

Sumaria  mandada  formar  a  pedimento  del  Sr.  Coronel  del  4*? 
regimiento  de  infanteria  de  Hnea  D.  Jose  Lopez  Uraga,  en  la  que 
se  comprueba  la  conducta  militar  que  observe  en  las  acciones  de 
guerra  dadas  a  las  tropas  de  los  Estados-Unidos  los  dias  8  y  9  de 
Mayo,  en  los  puntos  de  Palo-Alto  y  Resaca  de  Guerrero.  Mexico: 
Imfrenta  de  Juan  R.  Navarro,  calle  de  Chiquls  n.  6.  1 846.  8vo, 
pp.40.  NYP.,Y.  93578 

Svmarias  meditaciones  de  los,  que  parecen  mas  principales,  y  efi- 
caces  motives  a  la  devocion,  y  socorro  de  las  Benditas  Almas  del 
Purgatorio.  .  .  .  Qve  reducidas  a  compendiosos  Puntos,  saca  a  luz 
...  el  Licenciado  Roque  Hernandez,  Prefecto  actual  de  la  misma 
Congregacion.  .  .  .  Con  Llccnc'ia,  en  Mexico y  for  la  Viuda  de  Ber- 
nardo Caldcron,  Aiio  de  1676.    8vo,  pp.  (96).  93579 

Written  by  Antonio  Nunez,  whose  name  appears  in  the  title  of  the  second  edition 
printed  in  Puebla  in  1726. 

Information  from  Medina's  "Imprenta  en  Mexico,"  no.  1143,  a  copy  located  in 
his  library. 

Sumario  de  la  residencia  tomada  a  D.  Fernando  Cortes,  gober- 
nador  y  capitan  general  de  la  N.  E.  y  a  otros  gobernadores  y  ofici- 
ales  de  la  misma.  Paleografiado  del  original  por  el  Lie.  Ignacio 
Lopez  Rayon.    \_Mcxico.    1852— 1853.]    2  vols. 

B.,  c,  NYP.  93580 

Forms  vols.  1—2  of  "Archivo  mexicano."  For  the  collation,  see  Mexico,  no.  48287, 
vol.  12. 

Sumario  |  de  las  Gracias,  |  e  Indulgencias,  que  gozan  |  los  Escla- 
vos  Cofrades  de  la  Esclavitud  de  el  |  Santissimo  Sacramento,  |  fun- 
dada  con  Authoridad  apostolica,  |  en  la  Iglesia  Parrochial  de  la 
Santa  Vera-Cruz  de  esta  |  Ciudad  de  Mexico,  en  virtud  de  la 
Agregacion  a  la  Ar-  |  chi-Cofradia  de  la  Minerva  de  la  Santa  Ciu- 


274  SUMARIO    DE    LO    SUCEDIDO, 

dad  de  Roma,  |  por  la  Santidad  de  N.M.S.P.  Inocencio  XI.  |  Para 
ganar  estas  Indulgencias  han  de  Tener  la  Bula  de  la  Santa  |  Cru- 
zada  de  la  vltima  Predicacion.  |  Con  licencia  de  los  Superiores,  y 
del  senor  Comissario  General  |  de  la  Santa  Cruzada.  |  En  Mexico^ 
'por  Dona  Mana  de  Bcnavides.  Ano  de  1 699.  |  Folio,  3  leaves. 
Title  supplied  by  Catherine  C.  Quinn.  JCB.  935  8  I 

Sumario  de  lo  sucedido  en  la  Europa  el  ano  de  1640  hasta  Abril 
de  1641.    [Mexico.    1641.]    Small  folio.  93582 

Title  from  Andrade's  "Ensayo  bibliografico  mexicano,"  no.   254.    Listed  also  by 
Medina  in  his  "Imprenta  en  Mexico,"  no.  550. 

Sumario  de  los  instrvmentos  qve  ha  |  remitido  al  R.  P.  Procura- 
dor  General  de  Indias  en  esta  Corte  |  el  M.  R.  P.  Provincial  de  la 
Provincia  de  Michoacan,  del  |  Orden  de  N.  P.  S.  Francisco,  sobre 
lo  que  execute  en  el  debi-  |  do  cumplimiento  del  Real  mandato  de 
su  Magestad  (que  Dios  |  guarde)  con  que  se  sirvio  nombrarle  por 
vno  de  los  Coexecu-  |  tores  para  la  ereccion  de  las  Ayudas  de  Par- 
rochia,  que  en  la  |  principal  de  la  Ciudad  de  Santiago  de  Queretaro 
en  la  Nueva  |  Espana,  pareciessen  necessarias  a  la  mejor,  y  mas 
promp-  I  ta  administracion  de  los  Santos  |  Sacramentos.  |  [n.  f. 
17 — .]    Folio,  16  numbered  leaves.  bm.  93583 

By  Francisco  de  Contreras.  Title  from  Medina's  "Biblioteca  hispano-ameri- 
cana,"  no.  7103,  where  it  is  assigned  to  the  first  third  of  the  i8th  century. 

Sumario  |  del  Conci-  |  lio  prouincial,  que  |  se  celebro  en  la  Ciudad 
de  I  los  Reyes,  el  ano  de  mil  y  quinientos  y  sesenta  y  siete.  |  Fecho 
y  sacado  por  Orden  |  y  con  auctoridad  del  vltimo  concilio  Prouincial, 
que  se  |  celebro  en  la  dicha  Ciudad,  este  ano  de  mil  y  |  quinientos  y 
ochenta  y  tres.  |  Atio  16  14.  |  Con  licencia.  |  En  Seuilla,  for  Matias 
Clauijo.  I  4to,  pp.  (8),  147,  144-231-  JCB.  93584 

Title  supplied  by  Catherine  C.  Quinn. 

Sumario  del  derecho  popular,  dedicado  a  las  naciones  de  America 
.  .  .  Mejico: .  Ojeda.    1 834.    1 2 mo,  pp.  xiii,  80,  (l). 

ucal( Bancroft).  93585 

Svmarios  de  la  Recopilacion  general  de  las  Leyes.  See  Aguiar  y 
Acuna,  no,  525,  vol.  i. 

Svmarios  |  de  las  |  cedvlas,  ordenes,  |  y  pro  vision  es  reales,  |  Que 
se  han  dcspachado  por  su  Magestad,  para  la  Nueva-Espafia,  y 
otras  partes;  especialmente  desde  el  ano  de  mil  seiscientos  y  veinte 
y  echo,  en  que  se  imprimicron  los  quatro  Libros,  del  primer  tomo 
de  la  Recopilacion  dc  Leyes  de  las  Indias,  hasta  el  ano  de   |   mi, 
seiscientos  y  sctcnta  y  sictc.  |  Con  algvnos  Titvlos  de  las  materias, 


SUME.  275 

q^'e  |  nuevamente  se  anaden:  Y  de  los  Autos  acordados  de  su  Real 
Audiencia.  |  Y  algunas  Ordenangas  del  Govicrno.  |  Qve  Jvnto, 
Y  Dispvso,  I  El  Doct-or  D.  luan  Fraiicisco  de  Montemayor,  y 
Cordova,  |  de  Cuenca,  Govcrnador,  y  Capitan  General,  que  fue, 
de  la  Isla  |  Espanola,  Presidente  de  su  Real  Audiencia,  y  Chan- 
cilleria,  y  Oydor  |  de  la  de  esta  Nueva-Espana,  que  reside  en  la 
Ciudad  de  Mexico,  |  y  Consultor  proprietario  del  S.  Officio  de  la 
Inquisicion.  |  Con  Vicenc'iay  en  Mexico.  \  En  la  Imfrenta  de  la  Vkida 
de  Bernardo  Caldcron^  en  la  calle  de  S.  Augustiny  |  Ano  de 
M.DC.LXxvill.  I  Folio,  half  title,  title,  and  8  preliminary  leaves,  276 
numbered  leaves,  title  of  second  part,  62  numbered  leaves,  title  of 
third  part,  and  60  leaves.  bm.  93586 

Half-title:  Resvmen  de  reales  cedvlas,  para  las  Indias,  coordenado  por  la  Parte 
Primera  de  svs  Leyes.    Parte  Segvnda. 

The  group  of  62  leaves  is  preceded  by  the  following  title:  Recopilacion  svmaria, 
de  algunos  Avtos  acordados,  de  la  Real  Avdiencia,  y  Chancilleria  de  la  Neuva- 
Espana,  que  reside  en  la  Ciudad  de  Mexico,  para  la  mejor  expedicio  de  los  negocios 
de  su  cargo;  desde  el  ano  de  mil  quinietos  y  veinte  y  echo,  en  que  se  fundo,  hasta 
este  presente  ano  de  mil  seiscientos  y  setenta  y  siete;  con  las  Ordenangas,  para  su 
Govierno.  Recogidos,  por  el  Doctor  D.  Jvan  Fran.':''  Jg  Montemaior  de  Cuenca,  su 
Oydor  en  ella;  de  orden,  y  por  resolucion  del  Ex™"  Senor  Virrey,  y  del  Real  Acuerdo. 

The  group  of  60  leaves  is  preceded  by  the  following  title:  Recopilacion  de  algvnos 
Mandamientos,  y  Ordenanzas  del  Govierno  de  esta  Nveva-Espana  hechas  Por  los 
j^nios.  Seiiores  Virreyes,  y  Governadores  de  ella,  formada,  y  dispvesta,  por  El 
\  Doctor  D.  luan  Francisco  de  Monte- Mayor,  y  Cordova  de  Cuenca,  Oydor  de  la  Real 
Audiencia,  y  Chancilleria,  que  reside  en  la  Ciudad  de  Mexico.  De  orden  Del  111'"°, 
y  Ex^io-  Senor  D.  Fr.  Payo  Enriqvez  de  Ribera,  Virrey  Lugar-Theniente  del  Rey 
Nuestro  Senor,  Governador,  y  Capitan  General  de  esta  Nueva-Espana  Ano  de  1677. 

Title  from  Medina's  "Impfenta  en  Mexico,"  no.  11 74. 

The  LeClerc  catalogue,  1878,  no.  1209,  gives  the  collation  of  the  last  portion  as 
71  leaves,  60  of  which  are  numbered. 

Sume,  Lenda  mytho-religiosa  americana,  Recolhida  em  outras 
eras  por  Um  Indio  Morandugara,  Agora  traduzida  e  dada  a  luz 
com  algumas  [sic]  notas  por  Um  Paulista  de  Sorocabo.  Madrid: — 
MDCCCLV.  [Verso  of  title:]  Imf.  da  V.  de  Dominguez ;  HortalexUy 
67.   24mo,  pp.  39.  NYP.  93587 

See  also:  Amador  Bueno  ou  a  Coroa  do  Brazil  em  1641,  drama  epico-historico 
americano,  pelo  Autor  de  Sume  e  de  outras  composijoes  litterarias.  A  acgao  se  passa 
na  outr'  ora  villa  de  S.  Paulo,  no  Brazil.  [Verso  of  title:]  Madrid:  1858. — Im- 
■prenta  del  Atlas,  a  cargo  de  D.  A.  Perez  Dubrull,  calle  de  San  Bernardino,  7.  Small 
4.to,  pp.   (4),  16.    NYP. 

A  Svmmarie  and  Trve  Discovrse  of  Sir  Frances  Drakes  West 
Indian  Voyage.  See  Drake  {Sir  F.),  Editions  are  located  as  fol- 
lows: no.  20841,  vol.  5,  London^  R.  Ward,  1 589,  BM.,  NYP.; 
no.  20842,  London,  R.  Field,  1 589,  HEH.,  M.,  nyp.;  no.  20843, 
London,  N.  Bour?ic,  1652,  c,  H.,  hisp.soc.amer.,  nyp. 

For  another  issue  of  Field's  edition,  1589,  see  the  following: 


276  SUMMARIE. 

A  Svmmarie  |  and  Trve  Discovrse  |  of  Sir  Frances  Drakes 
West  Indian  Voyage.  |  Wherein  were  taken,  the  Townes  of 
Saint  Jago,  Sancto  Doiningo,  Cartagena  &  |  Saint  Augustine. 
With  Geographicall  Mappes  exactly  describing  each  of  the  |  townes 
with  their  scituations,  and  the  manner  of  the  |  Armies  approching 
to  the  winning  of  them.  |  Imprinted  at  London  by  Richard  Field, 
dwelling  \  in  the  Blacke-Friars  by  hud  gate.  \  1 5  89.  |  Small  4to, 
pp.  (4),  52,  a  list  of  errata  forming  the  last  line  on  p.  52.  4  folded 
maps.    [A]  in  two,  B-G  in  fours,  H  in  two.  93588 

Title  from  one  of  ten  photostatic  reproductions  of  the  Christie-Miller  copy  of 
the  work  prepared  for  W.  L.  Clements,  aas.,  nyp. 

On  verso  of  title:  "...  this  Discourse  was  dedicated,  and  intended  to  haue  bene 
imprinted  somewhat  before  the  comming  of  the  Spanish  Fleete  vpon  our  coast  of 
England;  but  by  casualtie  the  same  was  forgotten  and  slacked  for  a  time  of  some 
better  Icasure." 

The  issue  of  the  edition  printed  by  Field  entered  as  our  no.  20842,  omits  the  lines 
of  the  title  relating  to  the  maps  and  is  without  the  line  of  errata  on  p.  52.  Although 
in  the  Church  Catalogue,  no.  136,  the  errors  are  said  to  be  corrected  in  the  Church 
copy  of  the  issue,  now  heh.,  this  is  not  the  case  in  either  the  heh.  or  nyp.  copies.  The 
HEH.  copy  includes  the  four  maps,  but  the  nyp.  copy  is  without  them.  The  Huth  and 
Church  catalogues  consider  the  issue  which  has  the  lines  relating  to  the  maps  the  earlier 
of  the  two  issues  printed  by  Field,  but  as  the  errata  had  been  noted  in  this  issue  it  was 
probably  later.  Winsor,  vol.  3,  p.  82,  thinks  the  issue  without  the  maps  the  earlier, 
and  he  is  followed  by  Henry  Stevens,  Son  and  Stiles,  in  their  "Rare  Americana," 
no.  5,  p.  21.  As  the  same  plates  were  used  as  in  the  "Expeditio,"  Leydtji,  1588, 
see  note  below,  they  could  very  well  have  been  ready  for  the  first  of  the  issues, 
and  have  been  insufficient  for  all  copies  of  the  second  issue,  so  that  a  new  title  page 
leaving  out  the  reference  to  the  maps  might  have  been  printed  when  the  supply  was 
running  short.  A  few  copies  with  the  new  title  page  might  have  been  bound  up  with 
the  remaining  maps. 

According  to  the  dedication  to  the  Earl  of  Essex  which  is  signed  by  the  editor, 
Thomas  Cates,  the  work  was  begun  by  Captain  Walter  Bigges,  and  after  his  death  was 
finished  by  "his  Lieutenant  Maister  Croftes,  or  some  other  ..."  It  was  entered  at 
Stationers'  Hall,  Nov.  26,  1588.   See  Arber's  "Transcript,"  vol.  2. 

The  account  was  first  published  in  Latin,  as  "Expeditio  Francisci  Draki,"  Leyden, 
1588,  our  no.  20828,  vol.  5. 

The  maps  accompanying  the  editions  printed  by  both  Field  and  Ward  are  from  the 
plates  of  those  included  in  the  "Expeditio,"  and  in  some  cases  have  printed  descrip- 
tions in  English  pasted  at  the  foot.  There  are  two  editions  of  this  letter  press,  one 
in  five  columns,  and  one  in  six.  A  fifth  map  not  in  the  Leyden  publication  is  sometimes 
bound  with  copies  of  the  work,  and  is  laid  in  the  Lenox  copy,  being  a  mappemonde 
showing  "The  Famouse  West  Indian  voyadge."  Wilberforce  Eames  suggests  that  this 
may  have  been  issued  as  an  afterthought  by  one  of  the  London  publishers. 

Copies  of  issues  of  the  Field  edition  are  located  by  the  Short-Title  Catalogue  at 
BM.,  BODLEIAN,  and  the  library  of  Sir  R.  L.  Harmsworth. 

For  a  German  version,  .?<•<•  our  no.  20S37. 

Svmmario  de  la  Gcnerale  Historia  de  I'lndic  Occidentali.  See 
Anghiera  (Pictro  Martire  d'),  e  Oviedo,  no.  1565,  vol.  I.    C,  H., 

HISP.SOC.AMER.,  NYP.,  V. 

Svmmario  de  la  Gcnerale  Historia  de  I'lndie  Occidentali.    See 


SUMMARIO,  277 

Anghiera  (Pietro  Martire  d'),  e  Oviedo,  no.  1565,  vol.  I.    C,  H., 

HISP.SOC.AMER.,  NYP.,  Y. 

Svmmario  de  la  Natvrale  et  General  Historia  de  I'Indie  occi- 
dental!'.   See  Anghiera  (Pietro  Martire  d'),  e  Oviedo,  no.   1565, 

vol.    I.    C,  H.,  HISP.SOC.AMER.,  NYP.,  Y. 

Svmmario  de  |  las  indvlgencias,  |  concedidas  Por  nuestro  muy 
S.  P.  Papa  Gre-  |  gorio  XIII,  a  esta  Hermita  e  Iglesia  de  nues-  |  tra 
Senora  de  los  Remedies  desta  Ciu-  |  dad  de  Mexico  de  Nueua 
Es-  j  paiia,  Ano  de  1576.  |  Eti  Mexico^  Con  licencia,  afio  1 625.  | 
[Colophon:]  Con  Itcencia  [  de  Senor  Don  Lope  |  AltamlranOy 
Co^nmissario  General  \  de  la  S.  Crifzada^  y  del  Doctor  Pe-  |  dro 
Garces  de  Portilloy  Proidsor  Or  \  dinario,  y  Gouernador  deste 
Arcob't  I  spado  de  Mexico.  En  la  Impreta  del  |  Bachlller  luan  de 
AlcacaVy  en  la  calle  \  de  S.  Domingo,  pared  en  me  |  d'lo  de  la 
Santa  Inqui-  \  s'lc'io.   Ano,  1625.  |  8vo,  (5),  22  leaves.         93589 

Title   from   Medina's   "Imprenta   en   Mexico,"   no.    379.    A   copy   was    located   in 
Andrade's  library. 

Svmmario  |  De  las  Indulgencias  y  perdones,  co  |  cedidas  a  los 
Cofrades  dl  Sanctis-  |  simo  Sacram'eto,  visitado  la  |  Iglesia,  dode  esta 
instituy  |  da  la  dicha  cofradia,  si  pudieren,  son  |  los  siguientes.  | 
Con  Itcencia.  \  En  Mexico,  en  casa  de  Pedro  Balli.  \  M.D.Lxxxiiij. 
Aiios.  I  Folio,  iv  numbered  leaves  -|-.  9359° 

Second  edition. 

Title  from  Medina's  "Imprenta  en  Mexico,"  no.  103,  which  only  locates  an  incom- 
plete copy  in  the  Biblioteca  Agreda. 

A  Summary  Account  of  the  Measures  pursued  by  the  Yearly 
Meeting  of  Friends  of  New  York,  for  the  welfare  and  civilization 
of  the  Indians  residing  in  the  Frontiers  of  that  State.  With  extracts 
from  two  letters  relating  to  the  subject.  London:  Printed  and  sold 
by  William  Phillips ,  George-yard,  Lombard  Street  ...  1813.  8vo, 
pp.27.  C.  93591 

A  Summary  Account  of  the  Present  Flourishing  State  of  the  re- 
spectable Colony  of  Tobago.  See  [Fowler  (John)],  no.  25309, 
vol.  6.    London,  1774.    h.,  JCB.,  nyp.,  y.   London,  1777.   JCB. 

A  Summary  Account  of  the  Vice-royalty  of  Buenos-Ayres. 
See  Buenos  Ayres,  no.  904 1,  vol.  3.   B.,  ba.,  c,  h.,  nyp.,  y. 

Summary  |  Arguments  |  in  favor  of  |  Episcopal  Church  |  Gov- 
ernment, I  adduced  from  the  universal  |  opinion  and  practice  of  | 
Christians,    |   in  various   |   nations  and  ages.    |   For  the   friends  of 

VOL.  XXIV.  18 


278  SUMMARY    CASE. 

Christianity.  |  Printed  at  Hanover y  \  by  Joslah  Dunham^  \  north- 
west corner  of  College-Green.  \  m,dcc,xciv.  |  8vo,  pp.  8. 

Title  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters.  HEH.  93592 

The  I  Summary  Case  |  of  the  |  American  Loyalists.  |  [London^ 

1784?]      Folio,  pp.  4.  HEH.,  NYP.  93593 

Caption  title.  Also  docketed  title  on  p.  4.  Signed  by  James  Wright,  Thomas 
Boone,  Dunmore,  George  Chalmers,  Joseph  Galloway,  William  Franklyn,  Guy 
Johnson,  George  Rome,  William  Pepperel,  and  Paul  Wentworth. 

Information  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters. 

The  work  can  be  approximately  dated  from  the  fact  that  several  of  the  signatories 
were  in  London  in  1784  and  1785  petitioning  for  relief.  See  Sabine's  "Biographical 
Sketches  of  the  Loyalists,"  1864. 

A  Summary  Declaration  of  the  Faith  and  Practice  of  the  Bap- 
tist Church  in  Boston  under  the  Pastoral  Care  of  Mr.  Ephraim 
Barnard.    Boston:   Sold  by  Philip  Freeman.    1749.  93594 

Title  from  Evans,  no.  6421. 

A  Summary  Declaration  of  the  Faith  and  Practice  of  the  Baptist 
Church  of  Christ  in  Salem;  which  was  agreed  to  by  the  Church  at 
their  Constitution,  Dec.  24,  1804.  Second  Edition.  Salem:  Printed 
by  Thomas  C.  Gushing.    1810.    l6mo,  pp.  12.  aas.  93595 

For  an  1822  edition,  see  Salem,  no.  75637,  vol.  18. 

A  Summary  Declaration  of  the  Faith  and  Practice  of  the  First 
Baptist  Church  in  Boston.  Boston:  Printed  by  Manning  &*  Lor- 
ing,No.  2,  Cornhill.    1803.    ^^'°'  PP-  ^-  ^^'^-  9359^ 

With  this  was  issued:  The  Baptist  Catechism;  or,  A  Brief  Instruction  in  the  Prin- 
ciples of  the  Christian  Religion,  agreeably  to  the  Confession  of  Faith  put  forth  .  .  . 
in  Great-Britain,  July  the  3d,  1689;  adopted  by  the  General  Association  of  Phila- 
delphia, September  the  zzd,  1742;  and  now  received  by  Churches  of  the  same  Denom- 
ination in  most  of  the  United  States.  .  .  .  Boston:  Printed  by  Manning  &"  Loring, 
No.  2,  Cornhill.  1803.  8vo,  pp.  32.  aas.  Pasted  on  the  verso  of  the  title  is  a  slip 
referring  to  the  foregoing  Summary  Declaration  of  Faith. 

A  Summary  description  manifesting  that  greater  profits  are  to 
be  done  in  the  hot  than  in  the  could  parts  of  the  coast  of  America, 
Ternaux  no.  786.    See  A  Sommary  Description,  our  no.  86845, 

vol.  22.    BM.,  HEH.,  JCB.,  NYP. 

The  collation  of  our  entry  did  not  include  that  of  the  "Advertlssement"  men- 
tioned in  the  note  and  which  was  lacking  in  the  nyp.  copy  there  described.  There 
should  be  twelve  leaves  in  all,  one  leaf  without  signature,  A  in  four,  B  in  three, 
A  (repeated)  in  four.  From  a  statement  on  the  recto  of  the  second  leaf  of  the 
"Sommary  Description"  it  appears  that  tlic  "Advertlssement"  was  first  issued  sepa- 
rately and  reprinted  to  accompany  this  work.  Facsimiles  of  the  title  pages  of  both  the 
"Sommary  Description"  and  the  "Advertlssement"  are  in  the  Church  Catalogue, 
no.  564. 

A  Summary  Exposition  of  the  Social  Theory  of  the  ,  .  .  Perfec- 
tionists.   See  [Cooley  (B.  F.)],  no.  16356,  vol.  4.    aas. 


SUMMARY    HISTORICAL.  279 

A  Summary,  Historical  and  Political,  of  the  first  Planting  ...  of 
the  British  settlements  in  North-America  ...  By  W.  D.  m.d.  See 
Douglass  (W.),  no.  20726,  vol.  5,  note. 

AAS.  and  NYP.  have  some  numbers  of  the  original  issue  in  parts,  without  the 
author's  full  name  given  in  later  editions. 

A  Summary  Historical,  Geographical,  and  Statistical  View  of 
.  .  .  New  York.   See  New  York  City,  no.  54686,  vol.  13.   aas.,  b., 

C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  NYP.,  Y. 

Summary  |  Observations  and  Facts  |  collected  |  from  Late  and 
Authentic  Accounts  |  of  |  Russian  and  other  Navigators,  |  to 
show  I  The  Practicability  and  good  Prospect  of  Success  |  in  enter- 
prises to  discover  |  A  Northern  Passage  |  for  vessels  by  sea,  |  be- 
tween I  The  Atlantic  and  Pacific  Oceans,  |  or  nearly  to  approach  | 
The  North  Pole;  |  For  which  the  Offers  of  Reward  are  renewed 
by  a  late  Act  of  Parliament.  |  London:  Sold  by  John  Nourse,  Book- 
seller to  the  King,  \  and  to  the  Board  of  Longitude.  \  m,dcc,lxxvi.  | 

4tO,  pp.  (2),  29.  BM.,  C,  HEH.,  JCB.  93597 

Title  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters. 

Listed  in  the  bm.  catalogue  under  "Russian  Navigators"  with  a  queried  attribu- 
tion to  Daines  Barrington.  Gushing  attributes  to  Barrington,  but  it  is  possible  that 
he  confused  this  pamphlet  with  Barrington's  "Probability  of  reaching  the  North  Pole 
discussed,"  published  with  two  supplements,  in  London  in  1775— 1776. 

Meusel  in  his  "Bibliotheca  historica,"  vol.  3,  pt.  2,  1788,  p.  108,  states  that  the 
author  is  De  Val  Travers. 

A  Summary  of  Church-Discipline.  See  South  Carolina,  Baptist 
Association,  no.  87796,  vol.  22,  and  87794,  note. 

Also:  The  Second  Edition.  Charlestown:  Printed  by  Markland  Mclver,  &  Co. 
MDCcxciv.  8vo,  pp.  28.  From  a  ms.  note  prepared  by  Joseph  Sabin. — ^A  |  Summary  | 
of  I  Church  Dicipline  [sic]  |  shewing  the  |  Qualifications  and  Duties  of  J  the  Officers 
and  Members  of  |  a  Gospel  Church.  By  the  |  Baptist  Association,  |  in  |  Charleston, 
South-Carolina.  |  .  .  .  |  Richmond:  \  Printed  by  John  Dixon.  |  m,dcc,xciv.  |  Nar. 
i2mo,  pp.  26.    JCB.  Title  supplied  by  Catherine  C.  Quinn. 

A  Summary  of  Proceedings  from  the  Organization  of  the  Med- 
ical and  Chirurgical  Faculty  of  Maryland.  See  Maryland,  no. 
45254,  vol.  II. 

Summary  of  the  Case  of  Alexander,  Earl  of  Stirling,  &c.  &c.  &c. 
with  regard  to  the  Great  Estates  in  Canada,  Nova  Scotia,  the 
United  States  of  America,  and  Scotland,  .  .  .  Worcester  \_Eng.^  : 
Printed  by  T.  Eaton,  College  Street.  [183—?]  4to,  pp.  (2),  iii, 
7-16,  (l).  BA.  93598 

A  statement  by  the  Stirling  Peerage  Committee,  pp.  15—16,  is  signed  by  Benjamin 
Humphrys,  Edward  Robert  Porter,  Robert  Gillam,  Solicitors  for  the  Claim. 

For  other  titles  relating  to  this  case,  see  Humphrys  (Alexander);  Stirling  (Alex- 
ander  Humphrys-Alexander),  calling  himself  earl  of,  and  Stirling  Peerage. 


280  SUMMARY    OF    THE    EVIDENCE. 

A  I  Summary  |  of  the  |  Evidence  |  produced  before  the  |  Com- 
mittee of  the  Privy  Council,  |  and  before  a  |  Committee  of  the 
House  of  Commons;  |  relating  to  the  |  Slave  Trade.  |  London:  \ 
Printed  for  J.  Belly  British  Library,  Strand.  |  M  DCC  xcil.  |  {Price 
Sixpence.)  \  8vo,  pp.  1 6.  BM.,  Y.  93599 

A  Summary  |  of  the  |  Evidence  |  produced  before  a  |  Committee 
of  the  House  of  Commons,  |  relating  to  the  |  Slave  Trade.  |  The 
Fourth  Edition.  |  By  the  Author  of  the  Address  to  the  People  of 
Great  Britain;  |  the  17th  edition  of  which  may  be  had  of  M. 
Gurney.  |  London,  sold  by  M.  Gurney,  No.  128,  Holborn  Hill. 
1792.  I  Price  One  Halfpenny,  or  13  for  6d.  or  50  for  is.  gd.  \ 
8vo,  pp.  (8).  Folded  frontispiece,  aas.,  nyp.,  y.  +  The  Sixth 
Edition.    [Same  imprint  and  date.]    8vo,  pp.  (8).  BM.,  JCB.  93600 

Caption  title.    By  William  Fox.    Probably  the  same  work  as  our  no.  25380,  vol.  6. 

BM.  also  attributes  to  Fox  the  following:  An  Abridgment  of  the  Evidence  deliv- 
ered before  a  Select  Committee  ...  in  ...  1790  and  1791,  on  the  part  of  the 
Petitioners  for  the  abolition  of  the  Slave  Trade.  London:  J.  Phillips.  1792.  i2mo, 
pp.  24. 

A  Summary  of  the  History,  Doctrine,  and  Discipline,  of  Friends: 
written  at  the  desire  of  the  Meeting  for  Sufferings,  in  London.  The 
first  American  edition,  with  a  note  from  Anthony  Benezet's  account 
of  the  People  called  Quakers.  New-York:  Printed  by  Colline, 
Perkins  &  Co.    No.    189,  Pearl-Street.     1805.     l2mo,   pp.    28. 

AAS.,  B.,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.  9360I 

The  history  has  brief  references  to  America.  First  edition,  London,  [1790].  bm. 
For  other  editions  and  translations,  see  Smith's  Catalogue  of  Friends'  Books,  vol.  i, 
PP-  73i~733)  where  the  authorship  is  attributed  to  Joseph  Gurney  Bevan. 

Summary  of  the  Practical  Principles  of  Political  Economy;  with 
observations  on  Smith's  Wealth  of  Nations  and  Say's  Political 
Economy.  By  a  Friend  of  Domestic  Industry.  Cambridge 
[Mass.]:  Printed  by  Hilliard  and  Metcalf.    1826.    8vo,  pp.  88. 

C,  Y.  93602 

By  C.iicb  Cushing.    See  Fuess's  "Life"  of  Cushing,  vol.   i,  1923,  pp.  67-69. 
Reprinted  with  additions  from  articles  originally  published  in  the  "United  States 
Literary  Gazette,"  from  Oct.  I,  1825,  to  March  i,  1826. 

Summary  of  the  Proceedings  of  a  Convention  of  Republican 
Delegates,  from  the  several  States  in  the  Union,  for  the  purpose  of 
nominating  a  Candidate  for  the  office  of  Vice-President  of  the 
United  States;  held  at  Baltimore,  in  the  State  of  Maryland,  May, 
1832:  with  an  Address,  to  the  Republicans  of  the  State  of  New- 
York,  prepared  by  their  Delegates,  in  compliance  with  the  recom- 


SUMMARY    OF    THE    PUBLIC.  201 

mendation  of  said  Convention.    Albany:    Printed  by  Packard  and 
Van  Bcnthuysen.    1832.    8vo,  pp.  24.  AAS.,  heh.  93603 

Summary  of  the  Public  Exercises  and  Honors  at  the  Interment 
of  the  Honorable  Caesar  A.  Rodney,  minister  plenipotentiary  of  the 
United  States  of  America.  Buenos  Ayres:  Printed  by  S.  Hallet. 
1824.    i2mo,  pp.   19.  c.  93604 

Summary,  or  General  Argument  of  the  Last  Manifesto  of  the 
Last  Servant  of  Jesus  Christ,  to  all  the  Churches  of  Christendom. 
.  .  .  Wilmington:  Printed  by  R.  Porter.  1817.  l2mo,  blank  recto, 
PP-  (3)'  5-184.  (2).  AAS.,  Hsp.,  p.  93605 

The  work  includes  a  French  version  which  is  printed  on  the  verso  of  each  leaf 
throughout  the  book,  and  has  a  separate  title  page  facing  the  English  one,  as  follows: 
Sommaire,  ou  Argument  general  du  dernier  des  manifestes  du  dernier  des  serviteurs 
de  Jesus-Christ,  a  toutes  les  Eglises  de  la  Chretiente.  .  .  ,  Wilmington:  Printed 
by  R.  Porter.    18 17. 

A  I  Summary  Revievi^  |  of  the  |  Laws  of  the  United  States  |  of  | 
North-America,  |  the  |  British  Provinces  and  West-Indies.  |  With 
Observations,  Precedents,  &c.  j  By  a  Barrister  of  the  State  of  Vir- 
ginia. I  ...  I  Edinburgh:  \  Printed  j  or  T.  and  J.  Ruddiman^  |  and 
G.  G.  J.  and  J .  Robinson,  London.  \  m,dcc,lxxxviii.  |  8vo,  pp.  iv, 

103.  B.,  C,  NYP.  93606 

Summary  Statement  of  Facts,  on  Affirmation,  submitted  to  the 
Vice-Chancellor;  in  reply  to  the  bill  filed  in  the  Court  of  Chancery, 
by  the  orthodox,  against  Friends,  in  the  City  of  New- York.  {^New 
York.    1834.]    8vo,  pp.  32.  H.  93607 

Caption  title.    "Affirmed  to"  before  the  Commissioner  of  Deeds,  31,  Dec.  1833. 

A  Summary  Summing  of  the  Charges,  with  their  refutations,  in 
attacks  upon  Noah  Webster,  ll.d.,  his  dictionaries,  or  his  publishers, 
made  by  Mr.  Joseph  E.  Worcester,  Mr.  Sherman  Converse,  and 
Messrs.  Jenks,  Hickling,  and  Swan.  Sf  ring  field,  Mass.:  Geo. 
and  Chas.  Merriam.  1854.  8vo,  pp.  19,  (l).  nyp.  +  [Same 
imprint  and  date,]    8vo,  pp.  24.  M.  93608 

Signed,  G.  c&  C.  Merriam.  Copies  of  one  or  other  of  the  issues  are  located  at 
H.  and  Y. 

A  Summary  View  of  America,  ^ee  [Candler  (Isaac)],  no. 
10672,  vol.  3.   cu.,  H.,  nyp.,  y. 

A  Summary  View  of  Negro  Slavery,  as  it  exists  in  our  West 
India  Colonies;  with  a  few  Cases  shewing  the  cruel  and  defective 
operation  of  Colonial  Law.  .  .  .  Hull:    Printed  for  the  Hull  and 


282  SUMMARY    VIEW. 

East  Riding  Anti-Slavery  Association;  by  John  Hutchinson,  Silver- 
Street.    1824.  ...   l2mo,  pp.   12.  B.  93609 

A  Summary  View  of  the  Courses  of  Crops.   See  Maryland,  no. 

45373,  vol.   II.    AAS.j  C,  H.,  HSP.,  JCB.,  NYP.,  Y. 

A  Summary  View  of  the  Millennial  Church.  See  our  entries 
under  [Green  (Calvin)  and  Wells  (Seth  Y.)],  and  Shakers,  nos. 
28513,  vol.  7,  and  79721-22,  vol.   19.    Albany,  1823.    aas.,  b., 

C,  CU.,  H.,  NYP.,  PEAB.,  UTS.,  Y.    Albany,   1848.    AAS.,  B.,  C,  H., 
NYP.,  UTS.,  Y. 

A  Summary  View  of  the  Progress  of  Reform  in  the  Slave  Col- 
onies of  Great  Britain,  since  the  15th  of  May,  1 823.  {^London? 
1828.?]    8vo,  pp.  7,  (3).  Y.  93610 

Caption  title. 

Events  in  1826  are  mentioned  in  the  text,  and  references  are  made  to  the  "Anti- 
Slavery  Reporter,"  no.  29,  which  was  the  issue  for  October,  1827. 

A  Summary  View  of  the  Rights  of  British  America.  See  [Jef- 
ferson (T.)],  no.  35918,  vol.  9.  Williamsburg,  [1774],  aas., 
C,  NYH.,  p.  Philadcl-phia,  1 774.  aas.,  c,  h.,  JCB.,  m.,  nyp. 
Second  London  edition,  1774.    C,  H.,  nyp. 

For  another  edition,  see  the  following  titles: 

A  I  Summary  View  |  of  the  |  Rights  |  of  |  British  America.  |  Set 
forth  in  some  |  Resolutions  |  intended  for  |  The  Inspection  of  the 
present  Delegates  |  of  the  People  of  Virginia,  now  in  Con-  | 
vention.  |  ...  |  By  a  Native,  and  Member  of  the  House  of  Bur- 
gesses. I  Williamsburg,  Printed  by  Clementina  Rind.  |  London,  \ 
Re-frinted  for  G.  Kearsly,  at  No.  46,  near  Serjeants  \  Inn,  in 
Fleet  Street,  1 774.  |  8vo,  pp.  xvi,  5-44.  C,  H.,  nyp.  +  Norfolk, 
Virginia:   Printed  by  William  Duncan  afid  Co.  [1774.]       9361 1 

Preface  signed:    Tribunus   [Arthur  Lee]. 

Norfolk  edition  from  Evans,  no.  13352. 

Jefterson  wrote  to  John  W.  Campbell,  Sept.  3,  1809:  "The  Summary  View  was  not 
written  for  publication.  It  was  a  draught  I  had  prepared  for  a  petition  to  the  king, 
which  I  meant  to  propose  in  my  place  as  member  of  the  convention  of  1774.  Being 
stopped  on  the  road  by  sickness,  I  sent  it  on  to  the  Speaker,  who  laid  it  on  the  table 
for  the  perusal  of  the  members.  It  was  thought  too  strong  for  the  times,  and  to  become 
the  act  of  the  convention,  but  was  printed  by  subscription  of  the  members,  with  a  short 
preface  written  by  one  of  them.  .  .  .  See  Ford's  edition  of  Jeiierson's  "Writings," 
vol.  9,  1898,  p.  258. 

Reprinted  with  an  introduction  by  P.  L.  Ford  in  his  edition  of  "Jcft'erson's 
Writings,"  vol.  i,  1892,  pp.  421-447,  and  as  a  separate  in  1892  by  the  Historic.il 
Printing  Club.    Also  reprinted  in  "American  History  Leaflets,"  no.  11,  1893. 

A    Summary     View     of     the     Slave     Trade.      See     [Clarkson 
(Thomas)],  no.  13495,  vol.  4.    h.,  nyp. 


SUMMARY    VIEW.  283 

A  Summary  View  of  the  U.  S.,  geographical,  historical,  and  sta- 
tistical ...  A^^zy  Yor/^.    1835.    i2mo.   Map.  BM.  93612 

The  BM.  copy  lacks  the  map. 

Summer  (A.  G.).  Anniversary  Address  delivered  before  the 
Southern  Central  Agricultural  Society,  at  Macon,  Georgia,  Oc- 
tober 4,  1852,  by  A.  G.  Summer,  of  South  Carolina.  Published  by 
Order  of  the  Society.  Augusta,  Georgia:  Steam  Pozver  Press  of 
Chronicle  ^Sentinel,  1853.   ^^O'  PP-  ^6.        derenne.,  h.  93613 

"From  the  correspondence,  &c.  prefixed  to  the  Address  proper  it  would  appear 
that  the  address  was  delivered  on  October  20  and  not  October  4,  the  day  the  Society 
was  'organized'.'"'  Title  and  note  from  the  catalogue  of  the  De  Renne  library. 

The  Summer-Land :  A  Southern  Story.  By  A  Child  of  the  Sun. 
.  .  .  New  York:  D.  Affleton  and  Comfany,  346  ^  348  Broad- 
way.   M. dccc.lv.    i2mo,  pp.  264. 

B.,  BM.,  C,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTEX.  936  I4 

*^  A  Summer  Month;  or,  Recollections  of  a  visit  to  the  Falls  of 
Niagara,  and  the  Lakes.  .  .  .  Philadelfhia:  H.  C .  Carey  and  I.  Lea, 
Chesnut  Street;  and  H.  C.  Carey  and  Co.  157  Broadway,  New- 
York.    William  Brown,  Printer.    1 823.    l2mo,  pp.  vii,  250. 

AAS.,  BA.,  C,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.  936  I  5 

SuMMERBELL  (N.).  Remarks  at  the  funeral  of  Mary  and 
Martha  Calvin,  by  Rev.  N.  Summerbell,  Pastor  of  the  Christian 
Church,  Des  Moines.  Published  for  the  Des  Moines  Sabbath 
School,  of  which  Mary  was  a  member.  Des  Moines:  Printed  by 
N.  W.  Mills  &  Co.    1857.    i2mo,  pp.  (2),  2-7.        NYH.  93616 

An  early  Des  Moines  imprint. 

SuMMERFiELD  (Charles),  fseud.  The  Desperadoes  of  the 
South-West:  containing  an  Account  of  the  Cane-Hill  Murders, 
together  with  the  Lives  of  several  of  the  most  notorious  regulators 
and  moderators  of  that  region.  By  Charles  Summerfield.  New- 
York:  William,  H.  Graham,,  Tribune  Buildings.  1847.  [Verso 
of  title:]  John  R.  M'Gown,  Printer,  io6  Fulton-street.  8vo, 
pp.  48.   Frontispiece.  bm.,  c,  nyp.  93617 

Attributed  to  Alfred  W.  Arrington  in  the  sketch  of  his  life  in  the  Dictionary  of 
American  Biography,  vol.  i,  1928,  the  chief  authority  consulted  being  the  memoir 
written  by  Mrs.  Arrington  prefixed  to  the  posthumous  edition  of  the  author's  "Poems," 
1869.    Gushing  attributes  to  Theodore  Foster. 

On  p.  48:  "A  Second  number,  completing  the  present  work,  will  appear  in  a  short 
time.  That  part  will  contain  the  history  of  duelling,  and  the  lives  of  some  of  the  most 
celebrated  Desperadoes  in  the  South-west —  ...  It  will  be  very  fully  illustrated,  and 
published  at  the  same  price  of  the  present  number." 

c.  has  also  a  copy  of  a  slightly  variant  issue,  which  has  the  names  of  the  firms  of 


284  SUMMERFIELD. 

Long  and  Brother,  and  Burgess  and  Stringer,  added  to  that  of  Graham  in  the  im- 
print on  the  cover;  and,  on  p.  48  after  the  paragraph  quoted  above:  "It  will  be  ob- 
served that  the  present  number  is  perfectly  complete  within  itself,  having  no  neces- 
sary connection  with  the  one  to  follow." 

For  a  reissue  of  the  Desperadoes  with  the  addition  of  the  second  number,  see  Lives 
and  Adventures,  below. 

SuMMERFiELD,  fscud.  Illustrated  Lives  and  Adventures  of  the 
Desperadoes  of  the  New  World:  containing  an  account  of  the 
different  modes  of  lynching;  the  Cane  Hill  Murders;  the  Vic- 
tims; the  Execution;  the  Justification,  etc.,  etc.;  as  well  as  the  lives 
of  the  Principal  Duellists,  and  their  Duelling;  together  with  the 
lives  of  the  most  Notorious  Regulators  and  Moderators  in  the 
Known  World.    Ph'ilndelfhia.    [1849.]    ^^o.  93618 

Title  from  Heartman's  catalogue  for  the  sale  of  September  22,  1930,  lot  no.  152. 

SuMMERFiELD,  fseud.  The  Lives  and  Adventures  of  the  Des- 
peradoes of  the  South-West:  containing  an  Account  of  the  Duelists 
and  Duelling  together  with  the  Lives  of  several  of  the  most  noto- 
rious regulators  and  moderators  of  that  region.  By  Charles  Sum- 
merfield,  of  Texas.  New  York:  William  H.  Graham^  Brick 
Church.    1849,    S^O'  PP-  98?  (4)-  c,  Y.  93619 

The  first  48  pages  are  identical  with  Desperadoes,  above,  and  the  remainder  is  a 
continuation. 

Information  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

SuMMERFiELD,  fseud.    The   Rangers  and   Regulators  of  the 

Tanaha.    See  [Arrington  (A.  W.)],  no.  2io8a,  vol.   i.    c,  H., 

NYP.,  P.,  Y. 

Reprinted  with  title,  "A  Faithful  Lover,"  Nez»  York,  1884,  c,  and  under  the 
original  title  in  New  York  in  1892,  as  no.  7  in  Dillingham's  cheap  uniform  edition 
of  the  "Popular  Works  of  Captain  Mayne  Reid." 

SuMMERFiELD  (John),  b.  1798,  d.  1825.  A  Sermon,  preached 
in  the  Reformed  Dutch  Church,  in  Nassau-street,  in  behalf  of  the 
New-York  Listitution  for  the  Listruction  of  the  Deaf  and  Dumb. 
By  John  Summerfield.  .  .  ,  To  which  is  added,  an  Appendix, 
with  information  relative  to  the  Institution.  Neiv-York:  Printed 
by  E.  Conrad,  4,  Frankfort-street.    May,  1822.    8vo,  pp.  27,  16. 

BA.,  BM.,  CU.,  H.,  HSP.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.,  UTS.    -f  SeCOnd 

Edition,  revised,  corrected,  and  enlarged.  New-York:  Printed  by 
J.  Seyfnotir,  49  John-street.    1822.    8vo,  pp.  40. 

NYH.,    NYP.  93620 
The  list  of  "Pupils  of  the  Institution,  May  ist,  1822,"  on  p.   16  of  the  first  edition 

appears  on  the  outside  of  the  back  cover  in  the  second. 

A   posthumous  edition   of  this   author's   sermons  was   published   in   New  York    in 

1842,  c,  p.,  vv.,  UTS.,  and  reissuc-d  in  184-!,  wiis.,  and  1845,  c. 


SUMMERFIELD  (jOHn).  28$ 

SuMMERFiELD  (John).  Sketch  of  Grammar  of  the  Chippeway 
Language,  to  which  is  added  a  Vocabulary  of  some  of  the  most 
common  Words.  By  John  Summerfield,  alias,  Sahgahjewagahbah- 
weh.    Cazenovia:   Press  of  J.  F.  Fairchild  &  Son.    1834.    l2mo, 

pp.35.  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.,  Y.  93621 

According  to  Sumnierfield's  "Advertisement"  on  the  verso  of  the  title,  this  "is 
the  first  attempt  that,  to  my  knowledge,  has  ever  been  made  to  reduce  the  Chippeway 
language  to  any  system  ..." 

Summers  ( ),  Mr.,  of  Virginia.    See  Summers   (George 

W[illiam]). 

Summers  [i.  e.  Sommers]  (Charles  G[eorge]  ),  ed.  The  Bap- 
tist Library:  a  republication  of  standard  Baptist  works.  Edited  by 
Rev.  Charles  G.  Summers,  City  of  New-York.  Rev.  William  R. 
Williams,  [City  of  New- York.]  Rev.  Levi  L.  Hill,  PrattsviUe, 
New-York.  Volume  L  Published  by  Robert  H.  Hill:  Prattsvilley 
GreenCo.yN.Y.    1 841.   Svo,  pp.  iv,  272,  ( I  ),  273-471. 

HEH. 93622 

Apparently  issued  in  fortnightly  numbers  of  i6  pages  each.  The  "Advertisement," 
dated  New  York,  April,  1841,  announces  a  second  volume. 

Contains  thirty  biographies  of  eminent  American  Baptists,  and  a  reprint  of  Isaac 
Backus'  "History  of  the  Baptists  in  New  England,  from  1602  to  1804,"  pp.  72-147. 

Information  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters. 

For  an  1843  edition  in  three  volumes,  see  Sommers  (Charles  George),  no.  86855, 
vol.  22. 

Summers  (George  W[illiam]).  First  Celebration  of  the  An- 
niversary of  the  Settlement  at  Jamestown,  Va.  See  Old  Dominion 
Society,  no.  57125,  vol.  12. 

AAS.,  BA.,  CU.,  HSP.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  93623 
Summers'  oration  forms  pp.  7-83. 

Summers.  Speech  of  George  W.  Summers,  Esq.,  of  Kanawha, 
in  Committee  of  the  Whole,  on  the  Basis  Question,  delivered  in  the 
Virginia  Reform  Convention,  on  Friday,  May  2,  185 1.  Rich- 
mondy  Va.  {William  G.  Bishop,  official  reporter.)  Printed  by 
R.  H.  Gallaher — Republican  Office.    185  I.    Folio,  pp.  18. 

Title  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters.  C,  HEH,  93624 

Summers.  Speech  of  Mr.  Summers,  of  Virginia,  on  the  Con- 
tested Election  of  the  Members  of  the  House  of  Representatives, 
elected  by  the  General  Ticket  System  in  the  States  of  New  Hamp- 
shire, Georgia,  Missouri,  and  Mississippi.  Delivered  .  .  .  February 
10,1844.  Washington:  Printed  by  Gales  and  Seaton.  1844.  Svo, 
pp.  22.  M.  93625 


286  SUMMERS. 

Summers.  Speech  of  Mr.  Summers,  of  Virginia,  on  the  Reve- 
nue Bill  delivered  in  the  House  of  Representatives,  on  Saturday, 
the  9th  of  July,  1842.  [Gideon,  Printer,  Ninth  Street.  Wash- 
ington.   1842.]    8vo,  pp.  26.  C.  93626 

Caption  title.    Information  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

Summers.  Speech  of  Mr.  Summers,  of  Virginia  on  the  veto  of 
the  Provisional  Tariff  Bill  delivered  in  the  House  of  Representa- 
tives, July  I,  1842.  Washington:  Printed  by  J.  &?  G.  S.  Gideon. 
1842.    8vo,  pp.  24.  BM.,  c.  93627 

Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

Summers  (Thomas  0[smond]),  ed.  Biographical  Sketches  of 
Eminent  Itinerant  Ministers  distinguished,  for  the  most  part,  as 
Pioneers  of  Methodism  within  the  bounds  of  the  Methodist  Episco- 
pal Church,  South.  Edited  by  Thomas  O.  Summers,  d.d.  Nash- 
ville, Tenn.:  Southern  Methodist  Publishing  PI ouse.  1 859.  [Verso 
of  title:]  Stereotyped  and  printed  by  A.  A.  Stitt,  Southern  Meth- 
odist Publishing  Rouse,  Nashville,  Tenn.  8vo,  pp.  384.  9  por- 
traits. C,  NYH.,  WHS.,  Y.  93628 

Summers.  Christian  Patriotism:  A  Sermon  preached  in  Cum- 
berland-St.  M.  E.  Church,  Charleston,  S.  C,  on  Friday,  Dec.  6, 
1850.  Being  the  day  appointed  by  the  Legislature  of  the  State,  at 
the  suggestion  of  His  Excellency  Gov.  Seabrook,  for  fasting,  hu- 
miliation, and  prayer.  By  Thos.  O.  Summers.  Charleston,  S.  C. 
Printed  by  C.  Canning,  29  Pinckney-Strect.    1 850.    8vo,  pp.  24. 

Pp.  [2i]-[22]  are  blank,  and  pp.  23—24  form  an  appendix.      HEH.,  P.  93*^^9 
Information  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters. 

Summers.  Joseph  Brown;  or,  The  Young  Tenesseean,  an 
Indian  Tale.   Nashville,  Tenn. :  Stevenson  &'  E.    1856.       93630 

Title  from  Roorbach,  1855-1858. 

Summers,  ed.  Post-Oak  Circuit.  By  a  member  of  the  Red 
River  Conference.  .  .  .  Edited  by  Thos.  O.  Summers,  d.d.  Thir- 
teenth Thousand.  Nashville,  Tenn.:  Published  for  the  author, 
Southern  Methodist  Publishing  House.    1 860.    l6mo,  pp.  351,  (  I  ). 

For  an  1857  edition,  see  no.  64473,  vol.  15.    aas.,  c,  whs.,  y.  NYP.  93^3^ 

According  to  Gushing,  Summers  was  the  author  of  the  work. 

Summers,  ed.  The  Southern  Methodist  Almanac.  See  no. 
88401,  vol.  22. 

Summers,  ed.  The  Southern  Methodist  Primer.  See  no.  88402, 
vol.  22. 


SUMMERTON.  287 

Summers  was  the  author  of  other  religious  works,  and  of  publications  after  i860. 
As  official  editor  of  the  publications  of  the  Methodist  Episcopal  Church,  South,  his 
name  appears  on  the  titles  of  many  tracts,  pamphlets  and  sermons. 

SuMMERTON  (Winter),  ^^^'/<^/.  Will  he  find  Her?  A  Romance 
of  New  York  and  New  Orleans.  By  Winter  Summerton.  New 
York:   Derby  ^Jackson,    i860.    l2mo,  pp.  491. 

c,  H.,  p.,  UTEx.  93632 

Summit  Branch  Railroad  Company.  Act  of  Incorporation 
of  the  Summit  Branch  Rail  Road  Company,  together  with  Sta- 
tistics and  Estimates  connected  with  the  Bear  Valley  Coal  Region. 
Philadelphia:  Wm.  F.  Geddes,  Printer,  ...  185 1.  Svo,  cover 
title,  and  pp.  (2),3I,  (l).    2  maps.  93^33 

Title  supplied  by  T.  W.  Streeter. 

Charter,  &c.,  of  the  Summit  Branch  Rail  Road  Company. 
[Colophon:]  Hamilton,  Printer,  75  Market  street,  Hairisburg. 
[1854?]    Svo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  27.   Folded  map.     nyp.  93634 

Tlie  latest  date  mentioned  in  the  text  is  1854. 

There  were  also  other  publications  of  the  company  after  i860. 

Summit  Copper  Mining  Company.  Geological  Reports  on 
the  Location  of  the  Summit  Copper  Mining  Company,  on  Kewee- 
naw Point,  Lake  Superior;  with  an  Introduction,  and  a  Letter 
from  W.  H.  Stevens,  Esq.  on  the  Mining  Interest  of  that  Region. 
Boston:  Press  of  the  Franklin  Printing  House,  2  10  Washington 
Street.  1853.  Svo,  pp.  (4),  iii— ix,  10— 36.  Diagram  and  folded 
map.  M.  93635 

Sumner  (Albert  W.).  The  Sea  Lark:  or.  The  Quadroon  of 
Louisiana.  A  Thrilling  Tale  of  Land  and  Sea.  By  Albert  W. 
Sumner.  New  York:  Published  by  Samuel  French,  121  Nassau 
Street,  [cop.  1 849.]  Svo,  pp.  (4),  9—93;  the  Irish  Conquest,  by 
Frances  P.  Pepperell,  pp.  94-100.  B.,  H.  93636 

Sumner  (Bradford).  An  Address  delivered  at  the  Fifteenth 
Anniversary  of  the  Massachusetts  Peace  Society,  January  19,  1831. 
By  Bradford  Sumner.  Boston:  Printed  by  Sam,uel  N.  Dickinson, 
52  Washington  Street.    1831.    Svo,  pp.  30. 

AAS._,  BA.,  BM.,  H.,  M.,  NYH.  93637 

Sumner.  An  Oration  delivered  Friday,  July  4,  1828,  in  Com- 
memoration of  American  Independence,  before  the  Supreme  Exec- 
utive of  the  Commonwealth,  and  the  City  Council  and  Inhabitants 
of  the  City  of  Boston.    By  Bradford  Sumner.    Boston:    From  the 


288  SUMNER  (cHARLEs). 

Press  of  Nathan  Hale — City  Printer.    1 828.    8vo,  pp.  29. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WLC,  Y.  93638 

Sumner  (Charles). 

The  following  list  of  Sumner's  writings  includes  none  which  were  first  published 
after  i860.  The  best  collections  of  the  separate  issues  of  later  works  are  at  aas. 
and  c. 

Sumner.  Address  before  the  American  Peace  Society.  See 
War  System  of  the  Commonwealth  of  Nations,  below. 

Sumner.  Address  [on  slavery]  to  the  People  of  Massachusetts 
.  .  .  [Boston.    1849.]  93639 

Title  from  an  nvp.  catalogue  card  for  a  copy  now  missing. 

Sumner.  The  Anti-Slavery  Enterprise:  Its  Necessity,  Prac- 
ticabihty,  and  Dignity,  with  Glimpses  at  the  special  Duties  of  the 
North.  An  Address  before  the  People  of  New  York,  at  the  Metro- 
politan Theatre,  May  9,  1855.  By  Charles  Sumner.  Boston: 
T'lcknor  and  Fields.  M  Dccc  LV.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cambridge: 
Thurston  and  Torry,  Printers.   8vo,  pp.  36. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  CU.,  H.,  M.,  NYP.,  UP.,  WHS.,  Y.  9364O 

Sumner.  The  Anti-Slavery  Enterprise,  its  Necessity,  Practi- 
cability, and  Dignity.  With  Glimpses  of  the  special  Duties  of  the 
North.  Lecture  of  the  Honourable  Charles  Sumner,  of  Boston, 
United  States,  literally  reported  in  the  "New  York  Tribune,"  of 
the  1 8th  of  May,  1855.  1855.  [Verso  of  title:]  W.  M.  Watts, 
Crown  Court,  Temple  Bar.    [London.]     l6mo,  pp.  30. 

AAS.,  B.,  CU.,  H.,  NYP.  9364 1 
For  another  edition  with  a  longer  introduction,  see  Lecture,  below. 

Sumner.  Argument  of  Charles  Sumner,  Esq.  against  the  con- 
stitutionality of  separate  colored  schools,  in  the  case  of  Sarah  C. 
Roberts  vs.  the  city  of  Boston.  Before  the  Supreme  Court  of  Mass., 
Dec.  4,  1849.  Boston:  Published  by  B.  F.  Roberts,  iS^-C).  Printed 
at  No.  3  Cor7ihill.   8vo,  pp.  32. 

B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.  (sCHOMBURg)  ,  UP.,  WHS.,  Y. 

93642 
Reprinted  under  title,  "Ecjuality  before  the  Law,"  Washington,  1870.    a.\s.,  b. 

Sumner.  The  Barbarism  of  Slavery.  Mr.  Madison  thought  it 
wrong  to  admit  in  the  Constitution  the  Idea  of  Property  in  Men. 
Debates  in  the  Federal  Convention,  25th  Aug.  1787.  Speech  of 
Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  on  the  Bill  for  the  Admission  of  Kansas  as 
a  fri'c  State,  in  the  United  States  Senate,  June  4,    i860.  Boston: 


SUMNER  (CHARLEs).  289 

Thayer  and  EUridge,  1 14  ^  1 16  Washington  Street,  i860. 
[\'^erso  of  title:]  Stereotyped  at  the  Boston  Stereotype  Foundry. 
i2mo,  pp.  118.  Frontispiece  portrait,  aas.,  b.,  ba.,  cu.,  h.,  m., 
*  NYH.,  NYP.,  V.  +  Washington,  D.  C.  Published  by  Thaddeus 
Hyatt,  i860.  [Colophon:]  Washington,  D.  C.  Burll  &' Blanch- 
ard,  Printers,  i860.  Republished  by  the  Congressional  Republican 
Committee.    8vo,  pp.  (2),  32.     aas.,  ba.,  c,  CU.,  h.,  hsp.,  m., 

MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UP.,  UTEX.,  WHS.,  Y.  93643 

The  first  Washington  issue  listed  has  caption  title  only.  The  second  issue  has  an 
appendix  added  on  p.  32,  and  a  notice  on  the  verso  of  the  title  signed  by  Hyatt  stating 
that  he  has  determined  to  supply  the  clergy  of  the  country  with  a  copy  of  this  speech, 
"The  Clergy  Edition  of  40,000." 

Some  copies  may  have  been  issued  with  the  appendix  and  longer  colophon,  but 
without  the  title  page,    aas.,  gts.,  heh.,  nyp.,  y. 

Sumner.  .  .  .  The  Barbarism  of  Slavery.  .  .  .  Speech  of  Hon.      \^  ^ 

Charles  Sumner,  on  the  Bill  for  the  Admission  of  Kansas  as  a  Free  ^    , 

State.  In  the  United  States  Senate,  June  4,  i860.    [At  foot  of  p.  I :]  ^J 
For  sale  at  the  Ojfice  of  the  Albany  Evening  Journal .  .  .  [Albany:      t    ' 

Weed,  Parsons  &  Co.    i860.]    8vo,  pp.  28,  (3).  B.  93644  \J  _  ' 

Caption  title.   With  heading:   Evening  Journal  Tracts. — No.  lo. 

Also  issued  with  the  other  "Evening  Journal  Tracts"  as  part  of  "The  Campaign       f!  0 
of  i860,"  our  no.  10190,  vol.  3.    heh.,  nyp. 

For  another  edition,  see  Speech  of  the  Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  of  Massachusetts,  on. 
the  Barbarism  of  Slavery,  below. 

Sumner.  The  Barbarism  of  Slavery:  Speech  of  Hon.  Charles 
Sumner,  on  the  Bill  for  the  Admission  of  Kansas  as  a  Free  State, 
in  the  United  States  Senate,  June  4,  i860.  New  Edition — with  a 
Dedication.  Mr.  Madison  thought  it  Wrong  to  admit  in  the  Con- 
stitution  the  Idea  of  Property  in  Man. — Debates  in  the  Federal 
Convention,  25th  August,  1787,  Published  by  the  Young  Men's 
Republican  Union.  {For  Sale  by  John  Bradburn,  49  Walker 
Street.)    Nezv-York,  1 863.    8vo,  pp.  80. 

AAS.,  B.,  C,  cu.,  H.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.,  PRINCETON.  93645 

The  author's  dedication  to  the  young  men  of  the  United  States  forms  pp.  iii— iv. 

[Sumner].  Catalogue  of  the  Law  Library  of  Harvard  Uni- 
versity. 1834.  See  Harvard  College,  no.  30732,  vol.  8.  aas.,  ba., 
BM.,  h.(law). 

Preface  signed:    Charles  Sumner,  Librarian. 

A  Supplement  to  the  Catalogue  was  published  in  1835,  pp.  (4),  16.    aas.,  h.(law). 
According   to   the    Catalogue,    1909,   the  second   edition,    1841,    was    prepared   by 
Sumner. 

Sumner.  Cheap  Ocean  Postage.  Remarks  of  Hon.  Charles 
Sumner,  of  Massachusetts,  upon  his  Resolution  in  relation  to  Cheap 


2Q0  SUMNER  (cHARLEs). 

Ocean  Postage,  in  the  Senate  of  the  United  States,  March  8,  1852. 
[Colophon:]     Bucll  &  Blanchard,  Printers,  Washington,  D.  C, 

[1852.]     8vo,  pp.  2.  B.,  CU.,  H.,  M.,  UTS.  93646 

Caption  title. 

Sumner.  The  Crime  against  Kansas.  The  Apologies  for  the 
Crime.  The  True  Remedy.  Speech  of  Hon.  Charles  Sumner.  In 
the  Senate  of  the  United  States,  19th  and  20th  May,  1856.  Wash- 
ington, D.  C.    Buell  ^  Blanchard,  Printers.    1856.    8vo,  pp.  32. 

AAS.,   B.,   BA.,  C,   CU.,   H.,   M.,   MINNHS.,   NYP.,   PRINCETON,   UP., 

UTEx.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  ~\-  Boston:  Published  by  John  P.  Jeiuett  ^ 
Company.  Cleveland,  Ohio:  Jewett,  Proctor,  &'  Worthington. 
Ne-iu  York:  Sheldon,  Blakeman  &  Co.  1 856.  l2mo,  pp.  95. 
Frontispiece  portrait,  aas.,  b.,  c,  m.,  minnhs.  nyp.,  utex. 
+  Boston:  J.  P.  Jewett  ^  Company ;  New  York:  Sheldon^ 
Blakeman  &  Co.,  .  .  .  1 856.    i2mo,  pp.  95.   Frontispiece  portrait. 

C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  Y.  93647 

The  speech  that  provoked  the  attack  upon  Sumner  in  the  Senate,  May  22,  1856. 
See  Harsha's  "Life  of  Charles  Sumner,"  1856,  pp.  142-150. 

See  also:  Correspondence  between  Thomas  Slidell,  Daniel  Lord  and  David  Urqu- 
hart,  dated  from  June  8  to  July  10,  1856,  relative  to  the  attack  on  Sumner,  together 
with  "Papers  pertinent  to  the  foregoing  Correspondence,"  was  printed  without  title 
page  or  caption,  [Neiv  York's'    1856],  i2mo,  pp.  12.    m. 

Concerning  this  assault,  see  also  E.  F.  Head's  anonymous  "Poltroonius,"  1856, 
no.  31 130,  vol.  8,  B.,  BA.,  H.,  NYP.;  "Outrage,"  1856,  no.  57964,  vol.  14,  aas., 
"Sumner  Outrage,"  1856,  below. 

Sumner.  The  Crime  against  Kansas.  Speech  of  Hon.  Charles 
Sumner,  of  Massachusetts.  In  the  Senate  of  the  United  States, 
May  19  [and  20],  1856.  [At  foot  of  p.  I :]  For  Sale  at  the  Office 
of  the  New  York  Tribune.  .  .  .  Greeley  &  McElraih,  New-York. 
[1856.]    8 vo,  pp.  31,  advertisement  (i). 

aas.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  93648 

Caption  title. 

Reprinted  in  Last  Three  Speeches,  below,  pp.  586—697,  Harsha's  "Life  of  Charles  1 
Sunmcr,"    1856,   pp.    159-301,   and   with   a   few   omissions,   in   Senior's    anonymous 
"American  Slavery,"  1856,  pp.  69-147,  and  elsewhere. 

For  otiier  editions,  see  Kansas  Aflairs,  and  Kansas  Question,  below. 

For  Welsh  and  German  translations,  see  Trosedd,  and  Verbrechen,  below. 

Sumner.  Defence  of  Massachusetts.  Speeches  of  Hon.  Charles 
Sumner,  on  the  Boston  Memorial  for  the  Repeal  of  the  Fugitive 
Slave  Bill,  and  in  reply  to  Messrs.  Jones  of  Tennessee,  Butler  of 
South  Carolina,  and  Mason  of  Virginia.  In  Senate  of  United  States, 
June  26  and  28,  1854.  Washington,  D.  C.  Buell  &  Blanchardy 
Printers.  1854.  8vo,  pp.  1 6.  aas.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH., 
HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTEX.,  U  IS.,  WHS.,  Y.  93649 


SUMNER  (CHARLEs).  29I 

Sumner.  The  Demands  of  Freedom.  Speech  of  Hon.  Charles 
Sumner,  in  the  Senate  of  the  United  States,  on  his  Motion  to  repeal 
the  Fugitive  Slave  Bill.  February  23,  1855.  [Colophon:]  Biicll 
^  Blanchardy  Pr'tnterSy  Washington^  D.  C.    [1855.]    8vo,  pp.  8. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYP.,  WHS.,  Y.  9365O 

Caption  title. 

Sumner.  Duties  of  Massachusetts  at  this  Crisis.  A  Speech  of 
Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  delivered  at  the  Republican  Convention  at 
Worcester,  Sept.  7,  1854.    [n.  f.    1 854.]    8vo,  pp.  8. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYP.,  WHS.  9365  I 
Caption  title. 

For  another  edition,  see  Speech  of  Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  at  the  Republican  Con- 
vention, below. 

Sumner.  Extracts  from  an  Oration  delivered  before  the  author- 
ities of  the  City  of  Boston,  July  4,  1845.  By  Charles  Sumner.  .  .  . 
From  the  Third  Edition.  Wilmington,  Del.:  Evans  and  Vernon^ 
Printers,  corner  of  Third  and  Market  Streets.    1846.    8vo,  pp.  26. 

Cover  title:   The  True  Grandeur  of  Nations.  HEH.,  M.,  NYP.  93652 

Sumner.  Extracts  from  the  True  Grandeur  of  Nations;  an 
oration,  delivered  before  the  authorities  of  the  City  of  Boston,  U.  S., 
on  the  4th  of  July,  1845.  ^Y  Charles  Sumner.  .  .  .  Liverfool: 
Printed  by  D.  Marfles,  Lord-Street.    1846.    8vo,  pp.  31. 

B.,  FAC.ADV.,  H.,  M.,  NYP.  93653 

Sumner.  Fame  and  Glory.  An  Address  before  the  Literary 
Societies  of  Amherst  College,  at  their  anniversary,  August  1 1 ,  1 847. 
By  Charles  Sumner.  .  .  .  Boston:  William  D.  Ticknor  and  Com- 
fany.  1 847.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cambridge:  Metcalj  and  Com- 
fany,  Printers  to  the  University.    8vo,  pp.  51.    aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm., 

CU.,  GTS.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  PRINCETON,  UTEX.,  UTS., 

WHS.  93654 

Sumner.  Final  Protest  for  himself  and  the  Clergy  of  New  Eng- 
land against  Slavery  in  Kansas  and  Nebraska.  Speech  of  Hon. 
Charles  Sumner,  on  the  Night  of  the  Passage  of  the  Kansas  and 
Nebraska  Bill.  In  the  Senate  of  the  United  States,  May  25,  1 854. 
Washington,  D.  C.    Buell  i^  Blanchard,  Printers.     1 854.    8vo, 

pp.   8.      AAS.,  B.,  ba.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYP., 

UTEX.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  93655 

Reprinted  with  a  few  omissions,  in  Johnston's  "Representative  American  Ora- 
tions," vol.  2,  1884,  pp.  212—217. 

Sumner.  A  Finger-Point  from  Plymouth  Rock.  Remarks  at 
the  Plymouth  Festival,  on  the  first  of  August,    1853.     -^'^  Com- 


292  SUMNER  (CHARLEs). 

memoration  of  the  Embarkation  of  the  Pilgrims.  By  Charles  Sum- 
ner. Boston:  Crosby,  Nichols y  and  Company ,  ill  Washington 
Street.  1853.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cambridge:  Metcalj  and  Com,- 
fany,  Printers  to  the  University.    8vo,  pp.  II.     aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm., 

CU.,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.,  Y.  93656 

Sumner.  Freedom  National;  Slavery  Sectional.  Speech  of  Hon. 
Charles  Sumner,  of  Massachusetts,  on  his  Motion  to  repeal  the 
Fugitive  Slave  Bill,  in  the  Senate  of  the  United  States,  August  26, 

1852.  ...  Washington:  Buell  &  Blanchard.  1852.  [Verso  of 
title:]    Stereotyped  by  Buell  &"  Blanchard  ...  Svo,  pp.  2^-   aas.,  B., 

BA.,   C,   CU.,  GTS.,   H.,   HEH.,   HSP.,   M.,  NYH.,   NYP.,   UP.,   UTEX., 

WHS.  Y.  +  Fifth  Edition,  revised.  [Same  imprint,  date  and  col- 
lation.] c,  CU.,  H.,  NYP.  +  Boston:  Ticknor,  Reed,  and  Fields. 
M  DCCC  Lli.  [Verso  of  title:]  Thurston,  Torry,  and  Emersoity 
Printers.  8vo,  pp.  78.  B.,  BM.,  c,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  NYP. 
+  [Slightly  variant  title.]  Rochester:  Published  at  the  Office  of 
Frederick  Douglass'  Paper.  1 85 2.  8vo,  pp.  31.  NYP.  -{-Edin- 
burgh: Reprinted  jrom  the  Am-erican  edition  by  Johnstone  and 
Hunter.  15  Princes  Street,  m.dccc.liii.  8vo,  pp.  62,  advertise- 
ments (2).  H.  +  Tenth  Edition,  revised.  Washington:  Buell  ^ 
Blanchard.    1853.  B.,  BA.,  H.,  NYP.,  P.  93657 

The  preface  of  the  Edinburgh  edition,  pp.  3—4,  is  signed  and  dated:  P.  Edward 
Dove.   Edinburgh,  December  1852. 

Some  copies  of  the  tenth  edition  form  the  final  31  pp.  of  the  "Past  and  Present," 

1853,  our  no.  59002,  vol.  14. 

Sumner.  .  .  .  Freedom  National,  Slavery  Sectional.  Speech  of 
Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  of  Massachusetts,  on  his  motion  to  Repeal 
the  Fugitive  Slave  Bill.  In  U.  S.  Senate,  Thursday,  Aug.  26,  1852. 
[Portland:    Inquirer  Office.     1 85 2.]     8vo,  pp.  24.  H.  93658 

Caption  title.    With  heading:    "Free  Democratic  Document.    No.  10." 
The  H.  copy,  the  gift  of  the  author  in  October,  1852,  has  the  imprint  supplied  in 
pencil. 

Sumner.  .  .  .  Freedom  National:  Slavery  Sectional.  Speech  of 
Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  of  Massachusetts,  on  his  motion  to  repeal 
the  Fugitive  Slave  Bill,  in  the  Senate  of  the  United  States.  [New 
York.    1852.]    8vo,  pp.  24.  UTS.  93659 

C.iption  title.  With  heading:  "...  (Evening  Post  Extra.  Evening  Post  Docu- 
ments.— No.  XI." 

Pp.  21-24  contain  "Speech  of  Gen.  John  A.  Dix,  of  New  York,  At  the  Demo- 
cratic Meeting  at  Hillsborough,  N.  H.,  August  19th,  1852." 

Sumner.   Justice  to  the  Land  States.    Speech  of  Hon.  Charles   ! 
Sumner,  of  Massachusetts,  on  the  Iowa  Land  Bill.    In  the  Senate 


SUMNER  (CHARLEs).  293 

of  the  United  States,  January  27,  1852.  lVashingto?i,  D.  C: 
Buell  ^  Blanchard,  Printers.    1 85 2.    8vo,  pp.  15. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  CU.,  M.,  NYP.,  P.,  WHS.,  Y.  93660 

Sumner.  Kansas  Affairs.  Speech  of  Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  of 
Massachusetts.  In  the  Senate  of  the  United  States,  May  19,  1856. 
j  [At  foot  of  p.  I  :]  For  Sale  at  the  Office  of  the  New  York  Tribune. 
|[i856.]    8vo,  pp.  31,  (i). 

Caption  title.  AAS.,  B.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  M.,  PRINCETON,  UP.  9366  I 

For  other  editions,  see  Crime  against  Kansas,  above,  and  Kansas  Question,  below. 

I  Sumner.  The  Kansas  Question.  Senator  Sumner's  Speech  re- 
viewing the  Action  of  the  Federal  Administration  upon  the  subject 
of  Slavery  in  Kansas;  delivered  in  the  Senate  of  the  United  States, 
May  19th  and  20th,  1856.  Including  the  Debate  which  followed; 
Remarks  of  Senators  Douglas,  Cass,  and  Mason;  and  Mr.  Sumner's 
Reply.  Cincinnati:  Published  by  Geo.  S.  Blanchard,  39  West 
Fourth  Street.    1856.  .  .  .  8vo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  32.      H.  93662 

For  other  editions,  sfe  Crime  against  Kansas,  and  Kansas  Affairs,  above. 

Sumner.  The  Landmark  of  Freedom.  Speech  of  Hon.  Charles 
Sumner,  against  the  Repeal  of  the  Missouri  Prohibition  of  Slavery 
North  of  36°  30'.  In  the  Senate,  February  21,  1854.  [Colophon:] 
Buell  £s?  Blanchardy  Printers,  Washington,  D.  C.  [1854.]  8vo, 
pp.  23.  AAS.,  c,  H.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  WHS.  +  .  .  .  [Colophon:]  Printed 
at  the  Congressional  Globe  Office.  [Washington.  1854.]  8vo, 
pp.  16.  AAS.,  c,  CU.,  H.,  minnhs.,  nyh.,  NYP.,  WHS.  +  Boston: 
Published  by  John  P.  Jewett  and  Company.  Cleveland,  Ohio: 
Jeiuett,  Proctor,  and  Worthington.  1 854.  [Verso  of  title:]  Allen 
and  Farnham,  Printers.  8vo,  pp.  72.  B.,  c,  H.,  UP.,  WHS.,  Y. 
-f~  Portland:   Printed  by  B.  Thurston.    1854.    8vo,  pp.  20. 

H. 93663 

The   first  two  issues   listed  have  caption  titles  only.   Copies  of  one  or  other   are 
located  at  ba.,  heh.,  m.,  p.,  utex.,  and  y. 

Reprinted  in  the  "Nebraska  Question,"  1854,  pp.  106— 119,  no.  52200,  vol.  12. 

Sumner.  Last  three  Speeches  on  Kansas  and  Freedom.  Feb. 
7th,  March  6th,  and  May  19th  &  20th,  1856.  By  Charles  Sumner. 
Boston:  Higgins  and  Bradley,  20  Washington  Street.  1856. 
[Verso  of  title:]  Cambridge:  Stereotyped  and  printed  by  Thurston 
and  Torry.    i2mo,  pp.  (2),  563—697.   Frontispiece  portrait. 

AAS.,  B.,  C,  H.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  Y.  93664 

A  separate  issue  of  the  final  pages  of  "Recent  Speeches  and  Addresses,  by  Charles 
Sumner,"  1856. 

VOL.  XJflV.  19 


294  SUMNER  (CHARLEs). 

Sumner.  The  Law  of  Human  Progress:  an  Oration  before  the 
Phi  Beta  Kappa  Society  of  Union  College,  Schenectady.  July  25th, 
1848.  By  Charles  Sumner.  .  .  .  Boston:  William  D.  Ticknor  &' 
Company.  1 849.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cambridge:  Printed  by  Bolles 
and  Houghton.    8vo,  pp.  48.     aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  c,  cu.,  h.,  m., 

MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UP.,  UTS.,  Y.  93665 

Sumner.  A  Lecture  on  the  Anti-Slavery  Enterprise,  its  neces- 
sity, practicability,  and  dignity,  with  glimpses  of  the  special  duties  of 
the  North.  By  Hon.  Charles  Sumner.  New  York:  H.  Dayton, 
Publisher,  No.  79  John  Street,  1855.  [On  cover:]  Pruden  ^ 
Roberts,  Printers,  5  I  Beekman  Street.    l2mo,  pp.  24.   nyh.  93666 

For  other  editions,  with  a  briefer  introduction,  zee  Anti-Slavery  Enterprise,  above. 

Sumner.  .  .  .  No  Property  in  Man.  Speech  of  Hon.  Charles 
Sumner,  on  the  proposed  amendment  of  the  Constitution  abolish- 
ing slavery  through  the  United  States.  In  the  Senate  of  the  United 
States,  April  8th,  1864.  New  York;  Published  by  the  Loyal  Pub- 
lication Society.  1 864.  [At  foot  of  p.  23:]  Chafin,  Bromell  i^ 
Scott,  Cheap  ^  Prompt  Job  Printers,  8  Spruce  St.,  N .  Y .    8vo, 

pp.  23,  (l).  B.,  C,  HEH.,  NYP.,  UP.  93667 

With  heading:   "Loyal  Publication  Society,  863  Broadway.   No.  51." 
The  above  title,  of  a  later  period  than  that  now  covered  by  this   Dictionary,  is 
included  because  of  a  cross  reference  from  Loyal  Publication  Society. 

Sumner.  Orations  and  Speeches.  By  Charles  Sumner.  ...  In 
two  volumes.  .  .  .  Boston:  Ticknor,  Reed,  and  Fields.  M  DCCC  L. 
[Verso  of  title:]  Boston:  Thurston,  Torry  ^  Company,  Printers, 
Devonshire  Street.  2  vols.,  1 2 mo,  pp.  (8),  5— 410;  (2),  v— vii, 
480  (mispaged  482).  aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  c,  cu.,  h.,  m.,  minnhs., 

nyh.,  NYP.,  PEAB.,  up.,  Y.  93668 

Sumner.  The  Position  and  Duties  of  the  Merchant.  An  Ad- 
dress before  the  Mercantile  Library  Association  of  Boston,  on  the 
Evening  of  the  13th  of  November,  1854.  By  Charles  Sumner.  .  .  . 
Boston:  Ticknor  and  Fields.  M  DCCC  LV.  [Verso  of  title:]  Thurs- 
ton and  Torry,  Printers.   8vo,  pp.  30. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYP.,  UTEX.  93669 

Sumner.  Recent  Speeches  and  Addresses.  By  Charles  Sumner. 
.  .  .  Boston:  Ticknor  and  Fields.  1 856.  l2mo,  pp.  (2),  v-viii, 
562,  c,  H.,  UTEX.,  Y.  +  Boston:  Higgins  and  Bradley,  20  Wash- 
ington Street.  1856.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cambridge:  Stereotyped 
and  pri?i/rd  by  Thurston  and  Torry.  [Same  collation.]  cu. 
+  [Same  imprints  and  date.]     i2mo,  pp.  (2),  v-viii,  697.    Fron- 


SUMNER  (cHARLEs).  295 

tispiece  portrait,  aas.,  y.  -f-  Boston:  HigglnSy  Bradley  and  Day- 
ton, 20  Washington  Street.  1 85  7.  [Same  imprint  on  verso  of 
title  and  collation.]  nyp.  93670 

Pp.  563—697  were  also  issued  separately  as  Last  Three  Speeches,  above. 
Copies  of  1856  issues  are  located  at  ba.,  bm.,  minnhs.,  and  p. 

[Sumner].  Report  of  the  Committee  of  the  Overseers  of  Har- 
vard College,  appointed  to  visit  the  Law  School  in  1849.  Boston: 
Printed  by  John  WilsoUy  School  Street.    1 850.   8vo,  pp.  16. 

Signed:    For  the  Committee,  Charles  Sumner.  B.,  BA.,  P.  9367  I 

Sumner.  The  Republican  Party;  its  Origin,  Necessity  &  Per- 
manence. Speech  of  Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  before  the  Young  Men's 
Republican  Union  of  New-York,  July  iith,  i860.  New-York: 
J.  A.  H.  Hasbrouck  £sf  Co.,  Printers,  1 80  Broadway,  i860.  [Col- 
ophon :]  Issued  by  the  Young  Men^s  Republican  Union  of  New- 
York.  Rooms,  Stuyvesant  Institute,  659  Broadway.  8vo,  cover 
title,  and  pp.  16.    aas.,  b.,  c,  cu.,  h.,  heh.,  hsp.,  m.,  minnhs., 

NYH.,  NYP.,  UP.,  WHS.,  Y.  93672 

Probably  some  copies  were  Issued  without  the  cover  title. 

For  another  edition,  see  Speech  of  Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  before  the  Young  Re- 
publican Union,  below. 

Sumner.  The  Scholar,  die  Jurist,  the  Artist,  the  Philanthropist. 
An  Address  before  the  Phi  Beta  Kappa  Society  of  Harvard  Uni- 
versity, at  their  anniversary,  August  27,  1846.  By  Charles  Sum- 
ner. .  .  .  Boston:  William  D.  Ticknor  and  Company .  1 846. 
[Verso  of  title:]  Cam,bridge:  Metcalj  and  Company,  Printers  to 
the  University.  8vo,  pp.  72.  B.,  c,  CU.,  H.,  heh.,  m.,  nyh.,  nyp., 
P.,  UP.,  utex.,  UTS.,  whs.  +  Second  Edition.  [Same  imprints, 
date,  and  collation.] 

B.,  BA.,  bm.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  minnhs.,  NYP.,  Y.  93673 

Sumner.  The  Slave  Oligarchy  and  its  Usurpations.  Outrages 
in  Kansas.  The  Different  Political  Parties.  Position  of  the  Repub- 
lican Party.  Speech  of  Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  November  2,  1855, 
in  Faneuil  Hall,  Boston.  [Colophon:]  Buell  &  Blanchard,  Priyit- 
ers,  Washington,  D.  C.    [1855.]    8vo,  pp.  16. 

Caption  title.  AAS.,  NYP.,  WHS.  93674 

Copies  of  either  this  or  the  following  title  are  located  at  b.,  ba.,  heh.,  and  hsp. 

Sumner.  The  Slave  Oligarchy  and  its  Usurpations.  Speech  of 
Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  November  2,  1855,  in  Faneuil  Hall,  Boston. 
[Colophon:]     Buell  &"  Blanchard,  Printers,  Washington,  D.  C. 

[1855.]     8vo,pp.   16.  AAS.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  Y.  93675 

Caption  title. 


296  SUMNER  (CHARLEs). 

Sumner.  Speech.  In  the  Senate,  Wednesday,  May  26th,  1852, 
on  the  presentation  of  a  memorial  against  the  Fugitive  Slave  Bill,  the 
following  passage  occurred:  Mr.  Sumner.  I  hold  in  my  hand,  and 
desire  to  present,  a  memorial  from  the  representatives  of  the  Society 
oiFrkndsinNewEnghnd ...  [Washington.    1852.]    8vo,pp.3l. 

Caption  title.  B.,  H.  93676 

Sumner.  Speech  at  a  Republican  Mass  Meeting,  in  Framing- 
ham,  Massachusetts,  October  ii,  i860.  93^77 

Title  from  Bartlett's  "Literature  of  the  Rebellion,"  no.  4853. 

Sumner.  Speech  of  Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  at  the  Republican 
Convention,  at  Worcester,  September  7th,  1854.  (Verbatim  Re- 
port for  the  Traveller.)  [Worcester.  1854.]  8vo,  pp.  5,  adver- 
tisements (3).  AAS.,  CU.,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  WHS.  93678 

Caption  title. 

For  another  edition,  see  Duties  of  Massachusetts,  above. 

Sumner.  Speech  of  Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  before  the  Young 
Men's  Republican  Union,  New  York,  July  i  ith.  And  the  Repub- 
lican Platform.    [New  York,    i860.]    Folio,  pp.  4.         H.  93679 

Caption  title. 

The  H.  copy  was  the  gift  of  the  author,  September,  i860. 

According  to  the  preliminary  note,  the  publishers  were  "gratuitous  and  anonymous." 

For  another  edition,  see  Republican  Party,  above. 

Sumner.  Speech  of  Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  of  Massachusetts, 
for  Welcome  to  Louis  Kossuth.  Made  in  the  Senate  of  the  United 
States,  December  10,  185  I.  Washington^  D.  C:  Biiell  ^  Blanch- 
ard,  Printers.    1 85  I.    8vo,  pp.  8. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYP.,  P.,  WHS.  93680 

Sumner.  Speech  of  the  Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  of  Massachusetts, 
on  the  Barbarism  of  Slavery,  delivered  in  the  U.  S.  Senate,  June  4th, 
i860.  Also,  the  Republican  Platform.  San  Francisco:  Toivne  ^ 
Bacon,  Book,  Card  and  Fancy  Job  Prifiters  South-west  corner  Clay 
and  Sansomr  Streets,    i860.    8vo,  pp.  32.  H.  9368 1 

For  other  editions,  see  Barbarism  of  Slavery,  above. 

Sumner.   Y  Trosedd  yn  erbyn  Kansas.   Yr  Esgusodion  drosto,  \ 
a'r  fcddyginiaeth.    Araeth   yr  anrhyd.    Charles  Sumner,     [n.  f. 
1856.]    8vo,  pp.  32.  H.  93682 

C.iption  title.     A  Welsh  translation  of  Crime  against  Kansas,  above. 

Sumner.  The  True  Grandeur  of  Nations:  an  Oration  deliv- 
ered before-  the  Authorities  of  the  City  of  Boston,  July  4,  1845,  by 
Charlrs  Sumner.  .  .  .  Boston:    1 845.   /.  H.  Easthurn,  City  Printer. 


SUMNER  (cHARLEs).  297 

8vo,  pp.  (4),  104.  AAS.,  c,  CU.,  HEH.,  NYP.  +  Boston:  1845. 
William.  D.  Ttcknor  and  Cojufany.  Eastburn^s  Press.  8vo,  pp.  (4), 
104.  AAS.,  C,  GTS.,  HEH.,  NYP.  +  Second  Edition.  Boston:  Pub- 
lished by  the  American  Peace  Society,  Depository  No.  60 J/2  Corn- 
hill.     1845.     [Colophon:]     W .  S.  Damrell,  Printer,  1 1   Cornhill. 

8vo,  pp.   96.     AAS.,   B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  M.,  MINNHS.,   NYH., 

NYP.,  Y.  +  Third  Edition.  [Same  imprints  and  collation.]  1846. 
B.,  BM.,  c,  H.,  M.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  +  From  the  second  Boston 
Edition.     Philadelphia:     Henry   Longstreth,   347    Market  Street. 

1846.  8vo,  pp.  96.  H.,  HSP.,  NYP.  +  London:  William  Smith, 
117,,  Fleet  Street.  MDCCCXLVI.  [Verso  of  title:]  London:  Brad- 
bury and  Evans,  Printers,  Whitefriars.  Square  i6mo,  pp.  (4),  loO. 
B.,  BM.,  BODLEIAN,  FAC.ADV.,  H.,  NYP.,  Y.  +  Stereotype  Edition. 
Philadelphia:   Published  by  Henry  Longsireth,  347  Market  Street. 

1847.  Stereotyped  by  J.  Pagan.  8vo,  pp.  31.  cu.,  H.,  NYH.,  NYP. 
+  Stereotype  Edition.  Worcester,  Mass.:  Published  by  the  Execu- 
tive Committee  of  the  League  of  Universal  Brotherhood.  [  1 847.] 
8vo,  pp.  31,  (l).  AAS.,  B.,  H.,  HEH.,  NYP.  +  Stereotype  Edition, 
Philadelphia:  T.  B.  Peterson,  No.  98  Chesnut  Street,  one  door 
above  Third.    Stereotyped  by  J.  Pagan.     [1848.]     8vo,  pp.   31. 

I,  AAS.,  NYP.,  P.,  UTEX.,  WHS.  93683 

The  [1847]  edition  is  dated  from  an  account  of  the  League  of  Universal  Brother- 
hood on  the  last  page,  which  is  signed  and  dated,  Elihu  liurritt,  15  New  Broad 
Street,  October,  1847;  the  [1848]  from  a  notice  on  the  verso  of  the  title,  signed 
and  dated,  C.  D.  C.  Philadelphia,  May  i,  1848.  The  nyp.  copy  of  the  latter  edition 
is  another  issue,  and  has  only  an  unsigned  and  undated  notice  on  the  verso  of  the 
title,  requesting  editors  to  make  extracts  from  this  speech  in  their  papers. 

Copies  of  1845  editions  are  located  at  b.,  ba.,  h.,  johncrerar.,  up.,  whs.,  and  y. 

For  abridged  editions,  see  Extracts,  above. 

Frequently  reprinted. 

Elicited  George  Putnam's  anonymous  "Remarks  upon  an  Oration  delivered  by 
Charles  Sumner,"  Boston,  1845.    cu.,  h.,  nvp. 

Sumner.  Usurpations  of  the  Senate  in  the  Origination  of  Ap- 
propriation Bills,  and  the  Abrogation  of  Treaties.  Two  Speeches  of 
Hon.  Charles  Sumner,  in  the  Senate  of  the  United  States,  7th  Feb- 
ruary, and  6th  March,  1856.  Origination  of  Appropriation  Bills. 
[Colophon:]    Buell  ^  Blanchard,Pri7iters.    {^Washington.    1856.] 

8vo,  pp.  8.  AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  cu.,  H.,  M.,  NYP.,  Y.  93684 

Caption  title. 

Reprinted  in  Last  Three  Speeches,  above,  pp.  563—585. 

Sumner.  Usurpation  of  the  Senate.  Two  Speeches  of  Hon. 
Charles  Sumner,  on  the  Imprisonment  of  Thaddeus  Hyatt.  In  the 
Senate  of  the  United  States,  1 2th  March  and  15th  June,  i860. 
[Colophon:]     Biicll  &'  Blanchard,  Printers,   Washington,  D.  C. 


2g8  SUMNER  (CHARLEs). 

[i860.]     8vo,pp.  8.    AAS.,B.,BA.,CU.,H.,HEH.,HSP.,NYP.  93685 
Caption  title. 

Sumner.  Das  Verbrechcn  gegen  Kansas.  Die  Entschuldigung- 
en  wegen  des  Verbrechens.  Das  richtige  Gegenmittel.  Rede  des 
Ehrbaren  Charles  Sumner,  vom  Staat  Massachusetts.  Im  Senate 
der  Vereinigten  Staaten,  am  19.  und  20.  Mai  1856.  [Colophon:] 
Gedruckt  bet  Buell  &  Blanchard,  Washington,  D.  C.   8vo,  pp.  32. 

Caption  title.  B.  93686 

A  German  translation  of  "Crime  against  Kansas,"  above. 

Sumner.  The  War  System  of  the  Commonwealth  of  Nations: 
An  Address  before  the  American  Peace  Society,  at  its  Anniversary 
in  Boston,  May  28th,  1849.  By  Charles  Sumner.  .  .  .  Boston: 
TicknoTy  Reedy  and  Fields.  1 849.  [Verso  of  title:]  Printed  by 
Abner  Forbes,  37  Cornhill,  Boston.  8vo,  pp.  71.  aas.,  b.,  bm., 
cu.,  GTS.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYP.,  P.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  +  Second  Edi- 
tion. \_Boston.  1849.]  8vo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  60.  aas.,  ba.,  H., 
HEH.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.  +  Boston:  American  Peace  Society, 
21  Cor nhill.  1 854.  [On  cover:]  Printed  by  Bazin  &  Chandler, 
37  Cornhill,  Boston.    8vo,  pp.  80. 

AAS.,  B.,  CU.,  H.,  M.,  NYP.,  P.,  WHS.  93687 

Caption  title  of  the  second  edition:  "Address  before  the  American  Peace  Societ)'." 
The  issue  is  a  separate  from  the  "Advocate  of  Peace,"  for  July— October,  1849,  vol. 
8,  pp.  73—132.   Some  copies  may  have  been  issued  without  the  cover  title. 

There  were  later  reprints. 

Sumner.  White  Slavery  in  the  Barbary  States.  A  Lecture  be- 
fore the  Boston  Mercantile  Library  Association,  Feb.  17,  1847.  ^Y 
Charles  Sumner.  .  .  .  Boston:  William  D.  Ticknor  and  Company. 
1847.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cambridge:  Metcalj  and  Company ,  Print- 
ers to  the  University.    8vo,  pp.  60. 

AAS.,  B.,  em.,  CU.,  H.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYP.,  UP.,  WHS.,  Y.  93688 

The  BM.  printed  Catalogue  lists  a  London,  1853,  edition,  with  the  note  that  it  is 
a  duplicate  of  the  above  with  a  new  title  page. 

Sumner.  White  Slavery  in  die  Barbary  States.  By  Charles 
Sumner.  .  .  .  Boston:  Published  by  John  P.  Jewett  and  Company. 
Cleveland,  Ohio:  Jetvctt,  Proctor,  and  Worthingtoti.  London: 
Loiv  and  Company.  1853.  [Verso  of  title:]  Original  designs  by 
BiWrngs.  Eyigravcd  by  Baker,  Smith,  and  Atidrew.  Stereotyped  at 
the  Boston  Stereotype  Foundry.  Geo.  C.  Rand,  Printer,  Cornhill. 
l2mo,  pp.  (2),  5-135  including  illustrations  in  the  text,    aas.,  B., 

BA.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  P.,  PRINCETON.  93689 

The  first  collected  edition  of  Sumner's  "Works"  was  published  by  Lee  &  Shepard, 
/idston,   1870-1883,    11;   vols.    The  same  publishers   also   issued   the   "StatCJinaii   edi- 


SUMNER  (cHARLES    A.).  299 

tion.     Charles   Sumner;    his   Complete  Works,    with   Introduction  by    Hon.   George 
Frisbie  Hoar,"  Boston,  1900,  20  vols. 

Sumner  (Charles  A[llen]).  Speech  of  Charles  A.  Sumner, 
delivered  at  a  Republican  Mass  Meeting  at  Sacramento,  on  Friday 
Evening,  September  7th,  i860.  \^San  Francisco,  i860.]  Svo, 
pp.  31,  (i).  H.,  WHS.  93690 

On  last  page,  list  of  officers  of  the  Young  Men's  Democratic  Republican  Club  of 
the  City  and  County  of  San  Francisco. 

Sumner  published  several  works  on  California  and  the  West,  after  i860. 

Sumner   (Charles  P[inckney]).    The   |  Compass.   |  A  |  Po- 
I    etical  Performance  |  at  the  |  Literary  Exhibition  |  in  September, 
M,DCC.xcv,  I  at  I  Harvard  University.  |  By  |  Charles  P.  Sumner 
Boston:    Printed  by    William  Sfotszuood  \   for  the  Subscribers. 
[1795.]    l2mo,  pp.  12. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTEX.  9369  I 
Reprinted  in  the  "Magazine  of  History,"  Extra  no.  96,  1923,  pp.  11— 19. 

Sumner.  A  Discourse  on  Some  Points  of  Difference  between 
the  Sheriff's  OfKce  in  Massachusetts  and  in  England.  Read  in  the 
Hearing  of  a  Number  of  the  Gentlemen  of  the  Bar,  by  C.  P.  Sum- 
ner, Sheriff  of  Suffolk.  From  the  American  Jurist  for  July,  1829. 
Boston.   Freernan  ^  BolleSy  81,  Court  Street.    [1829.]    Svo,  pp. 

(4),  24.  AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.  93692 

A  separate  of  pp.  1—24,  vol.  2,  1829,  of  the  Jurist. 

Sumner.  Eulogy  on  the  Illustrious  George  Washington,  pro- 
nounced at  Milton,  Twenty-second  February,  1800.  By  Charles 
Pinckney  Sumner.  Dedham:  Printed  by  H.  Mann.  1 800.  Svo, 
pp.  24.  93693 

There  are  several  variant  Issues,  the  differences  occurring  in  the  third  line  on  p.  6, 
and  in  the  tailpiece.  In  some  issues  the  third  line  of  p.  6  reads  "of  national  hilarity: 
Henceforth  the  rites  of  his",  while  in  other  issues  "rites"  is  corrected  to  "night". 
We  have  found  three  different  tail  pieces,  a  setting  sun,  a  flying  eagle,  and  a  scroll. 

Location  of  issues : 

Issue  A,  "rites"  on  p.  6;  setting  sun  as  tailpiece,    b.,  ba. 

Issue  B,  "rites"  on  p.  6;  flying  eagle  as  tailpiece,    b. 

Issue  C,  "rites"  on  p.  6;  scroll  as  tailpiece,    c,  h.,  Jcb.,  nyh. 

Issue  D,  "night"  on  p.  6;  flying  eagle  as  tailpiece,    aas.,  b.,  ba.,  m.,  nyh.,  nyp. 

Issue  E,  "night"  on  p.  6;  scroll  as  tailpiece,   aas.,  c,  minnhs.,  uts. 

BM.  has  one  of  the  issues,  and  heh.  three. 

Reprinted  in  "Eulogies  and  Orations  on  the  Life  and  Death  of  General  George 
Washington,"  Boston,  i8oo,  pp.  261—272. 

Sumner.  A  Letter  on  Speculative  Free  Masonry:  by  Charles 
Pinckney  Sumner,  Sheriff  of  Suffolk  County.  Being  an  Answer  to  a 
Letter  addressed  to  him  on  that  Subject  by  the  Suffolk  Committee. 


300  SUMNER  (CHARLES    R.). 

Boston:    John  Marshy  Nos.   96   ^  98  State  Street.    Button  & 
Wentzvorth,  Printers,  Exchange  St.    1 829,    Svo,  pp.  20. 

AAS.,  B.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  WHS.,  V.  93694 

On  the  printed  back  cover  is  a  list  of  Anti  Masonic  Books  published  by  Marsh. 

[Sumner]  (Charles  Richard).  A  Sermon  preached  before  the 
Incorporated  Society  for  the  Propagation  of  the  Gospel  in  Foreign 
Parts;  at  their  anniversary  meeting  in  the  Parish  Church  of  St. 
Mary-le-Bow,  on  Friday,  February  20,  1 829.  By  the  Right  Rev- 
erend Charles  Richard,  Lord  Bishop  of  Winchester.  Together  with 
the  Report  of  the  Society  for  the  year  1828.  To  which  are  an- 
nexed, lists  of  the  society's  missionaries,  catechists,  and  schoolmasters, 
and  of  the  incorporated  and  associated  members,  etc.  London: 
Printed  for  the  Society,  and  sold  by  C.J.  G.  and  F.  Rivington,  St. 
PauPs  Church-Yard,  and  Waterloo-Place.  1829.  [Verso  of  title:] 
G.  Woodfall,  Angel  Court,  Skinner  Street,  Londo?i.  8vo,  pp.  (4), 
205,  verso  blank,  (2),  *l-*l64,  (4).  BM.,  nyp.  93695 

Sumner  (Clement).   An  |  Oration,  |  delivered  before  the  most 
Ancient  and  |  Honorable  Society  of  |  Free  and  Accepted  Masons,  | 
of  the  I  Rising  Sun  Lodge,  |  in  Keene,  |  on  the  Festival  of  |  St.  John 
the  Baptist,  |  June  24,  A.  L.  5790.  |  By  Clement  Sumner,  m.M. 
and  a  member  of  said  Lodge.  |  Keene:    [State  of  New-Hampshire) 
Printed  by  Brother  James  D.  Griffith.  \  [  1790.]    Svo,  pp.  22. 

HSP.  93696 

Sumner  (George),  b.  18 17,  <-/.  1863.  Memoirs  of  the  Pilgrims 
at  Lc}'den.  By  George  Sumner,  Esq  .  .  .  Cambridge:  Metcalf  and 
Com-fany,  Printers  to  the  University.  1845.  8vo,  pp.  35.  Fac- 
simile. B.,  BA.,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y.  93697 

Reprinted  from  M:iss.  Hist.  Sue.  "Collections,"  ser.  3,  vol.  9,  1846,  pp.  42-74. 

Sumner.  .  .  .  Mr.  Sumner's  Letter  [on  the  subject  of  prison 
disciphnc  in  France]  .  .  .  [Boston.    1847.]    S^'^>  PP-  24- 

Caption  title.  C,  CU.,  M.,  WHS.,  Y.  93698 

With    heading:     "Citv    Document. — No.    11.  Citv    of    Boston."     Dated    on    p.     1, 
Feb.  2^;,  1847. 

l-'or  .mother  edition,  see  Pennsylvania  System  ol  Prison  Discipline,  below. 

Sumner.  An  Oration  dcli\  trcd  before  the  Municipal  Authorities 
of  the  City  of  Boston,  July  4,  1859,  by  George  Sumner.  Together 
vs  ith  the  Speeches  at  the  dinner  in  Faneuil  Hall,  and  other  Cere- 
monies at  the  Celebration  of  the  Fighty-third  Anniversary  of  Amer- 
ican Imlepcndencc.  Boston:  Geo.  C.  Rand  and  Aver\,  City  Print- 
ers, No.  3  Cornhill.    1859.    Svo,  pp.  125.      AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  CU.,  H., 

HEH.,  M.,  NYH.,  NVP.,  P.,  UP.,  WHS.,  Y.  93699 


SUMNER  (gEORGE).  30  I 

Sumner.  An  Oration  delivered  before  the  Municipal  Authori- 
ties of  the  City  of  Boston,  July  4,  1859,  ^Y  George  Sumner.  Sec- 
ond Edition.  Boston:  Ttcknor  and  Fields.  M  DCCC  Lix.  [Verso 
of  title:]  Geo.  C.  Rand  &'  Avery y  Printers y  3  Cornhill,  Boston. 
8vo,  pp.  69.  AAS.,  H.,  NYP.  -h  Third  Edition.  [Same  imprints, 
date,  and  collation.]  C,  H.,  nyh.,  nyp,  93700 

The  account  of  the  dinner  is  much  abbreviated  in  these  editions. 
Reprinted,  Boston,  1882.   c,  h.,  nyh.,  nyp. 

[Sumner].  The  Pennsylvanian  System  of  Prison  Discipline 
Triumphant  in  France.  .  .  .  Published  by  the  Acting  Committee  of 
"the  Philadelphia  Society  for  the  Alleviation  of  the  Miseries  of 
Public  Prisons."  Philadelphia:  Printed  by  I.  Ashmead.  1847. 
8vo,  pp.  24.  AAS.,  B.,  c,  H.,  minnhs.,  NYP.,  UP.,  Y.  +  Phila- 
delphia.   1851.  p.  93701 

Running  title:  Sumner's  Letter  on  Prison  Discipline. 
Signed  at  the  end,  George  Sumner. 

Improved  title  of  that  in  note  following  no.  60384,  vol.  14. 
For  another  edition,  see  Mr.  Sumner's  Letter,  above. 

[Sumner]  ?  .  .  .  Remarks  on  Capital  punishments  and  the  Peni- 
tentiary system.  By  a  Citizen  of  Boston.  .  .  .  Boston:  Tuttle  and 
Weeks.   August,  iS^S-    i6mo,  pp.  24.  C.  93702 

With  heading:  "(Price  iz^''^  cents.)" 
Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

Sumner  (Increase).  Order  of  Procession  |  for  the  Funeral  of  | 
The  late  Governor  Sumner.  |  .  .  .  [Boston.  1799.]  Folio  broad- 
side. B.,  H.,  M.  93703 

The  funeral  was  held  in  Boston,  June  12,  1799. 
NYP.  has  a  photostatic  reproduction. 

Sumner  (John  Bird).  Letter  ...  to  the  Bishops  of  the  Re- 
formed Church  in  America,  on  occasion  of  the  third  jubilee  of  the 
Society  for  the  Propagation  of  the  Gospel,  with  the  answers  .  .  . 
received  from  the  American  Bishops.  London.    185  I.   8vo. 

bm. 93704 

Sumner  (Joseph).  Ministers  spiritual  builders  of  God's  house.  | 
A  I  Sermon,  |  Delivered  at  the  |  Ordination  |  of  the  |  Rev.  Samuel 
Sumner,  a.m.  |  to  the  |  Pastoral  Charge  |  of  the  |  Church  in  South- 
borough.  I  June  1st,  MDCCxci.  |  By  Joseph  Sumner,  a.m.  |  Pastor 
of  the  Church  in  Shrewsbury.  |  Printed  at  Worcester,  Massachu- 
setts, I  By  Isaiah  Thomas.  \  mdccxci.  |  8vo,  pp.30. 

AAS.,  JCB.,  UTS.,  Y.  937O5 


302  SUMNER  ( Joseph). 

Sumner.  A  Sermon  delivered  at  Chelmsford,  November  1 6, 
1803,  at  the  Ordination  of  the  Rev.  Wilkes  Allen,  to  the  Pastoral 
care  of  the  Church  and  Society  in  that  place;  by  Joseph  Sumner.  .  .  . 
Printed  in  Cambridge^  by  W.  Hilliard.    1804.   Svo,  pp.  25. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  H.,  M.,  NYH.  93706 

Sumner.  A  Sermon,  delivered  at  Shrewsbury,  by  Joseph  Sum- 
ner, June  23d,  i8i2;  the  day  which  completed  Fifty  Years  from 
the  time  of  his  induction  into  the  Pastoral  Office,  over  the  Church 
and  People  in  that  Place.  .  .  .  Printed  at  Worcester y  by  Isaac  Sturte- 

Vant.    1812.    Svo,    pp.    30.    AAS.,    B.,    BA.,    C,    H.,    HSP.,    M.,    NYH., 

NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.    -\-  Second  Edition.   Printed  at  Worcester,  by  Wil- 
liam Manning.    July,  18  19.    8vo,  pp.  26. 

AAS.,  C,  H.,  NYP.,  UTS.  93707 

Sumner.  A  Sermon,  preached  at  Shrewsbury  November  28, 
1799.  On  the  Anniversary  Thanksgiving  in  Massachusetts.  By 
Joseph  Sumner  .  .  .  Printed  at  Brookfield,  Massachusetts,  by  E. 
Merriam  &'  Co.,  February,  1 800.    Svo,  pp.  26. 

AAS.,  BA.,  C,  HEH.,  JCB.,  M.,  NYH.,  Y.  937o8 

For  a  list  of  Dr.  Sumner's  Published  Addresses,  including  others  here  omitted, 
see  "Memorials  of  the  Rev.  Joseph  Sumner,"  1888,  most  of  the  materials  for  which 
compilation  were  "gathered  from  the  manuscript  journals,  note-books,  and  papers 
left  ...  at  his  death." 

Sumner  (Samuel).  History  of  the  Missisco  Valley.  By  Samuel 
Sumner,  m.a.  With  an  introductory  notice  of  Orleans  County,  by 
Rev.  S.  R.  Hall.  Published  under  the  auspices  of  the  Orleans 
County  Historical  Society.  Irasburgh  \_Vt.^:  A.  A.  Earle,  Book 
Printer,    i860.    Svo,  pp.  75,  (  I  ). 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  CU.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  WHS.,  Y.  937O9 

[Sumner  (William  Hyslop)].  Address  to  the  Reader  of  tlie 
Documents  relating  to  the  Galveston  Bay  &  Texas  Land  Company 
which  arc  contained  in  the  Appendix.  N civ-York:  Printed  by  G.  F. 
Hopkins  (^  Son,  44  Nassau-Street.    January   I,    1 83 1.    Svo,  pp. 

37,(1).  AAS.,  B.,  H.,  NYH.  93710 

This  AAS.  copy  appears  to  have  been  issued  without  the  appendix.  Improved  title 
of  our  no.  26474,  vol  7.  The  e.  and  nvp.  copies  have  37,  (i),  69. 

The  AAS.  copy  has  a  manuscript  attribution  to  General  Sumner,  who  was  one  ot  the 
trustees  of  the  company,  and  is  a  duplicate  from  the  New  England  Historical  and 
Genealogical  Society,  with  the  inscription,  "Hist.  Gen.  Socy  from  the  Author  2^d 
Dec.  1853." 

The  address  was  reprinted  with  comments  by  David  Woodman  in  his  "Guide  to 
Texas  Emigrants,"  1835,  pp.   13-75. 


Sumner.  A  History  of  East  Boston;  with  Biographical  Sketches 


7'6.(.6 


SUMNER  (WILLIAM    H.).  303 

of  its  Early  Proprietors,  and  an  Appendix.  By  William  H.  Sum- 
ner, A.M.  Resident  Member  of  the  Massachusetts  Historical  Society, 
.  .  .  Boston:  J.  E.  Tilton  and  Comfayiy^  16  I  Washington  Street. 
1858.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cambridge:  Allen  and  Farnham,  Printers. 
8vo,  pp.  viii,  801,  including  illustrations.  Frontispiece  portrait,  2 
plates,  1 1  portraits,  2  folded  tables,  and  2  folded  maps. 

AAS.j  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  M.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  NYP., 
Reprinted,  Boston,  1869.    b.,  nyp.  PEAB.,  UTS.,  WHS.,  Y.  937  I  I 

Sumner.  An  Inquiry  into  the  Importance  of  the  Militia  to  a 
Free  Commonwealth;  in  a  Letter  from  William  H.  Sumner,  Adju- 
tant General  of  the  Commonwealth  of  Massachusetts,  to  John 
Adams,  late  President  of  the  United  States;  with  his  Answer. 
Boston:  Published  b\  Cummings  and  Hilliardy  No.  I,  Cor^ihill. 
TreadzueWs  Power  Press.    1 823.    8vo,  pp.  70. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.  93712 
Cover-title:    Letter  on  the  militia,  addressed  to  John  Adams  .  .  . 

SuMNER.   Letter  on  the  Militia.  See  An  Inquiry,  above. 

Sumner.  A  Love  Affair  of  Benedict  Arnold.  (From  the  New 
Eng.  Hist,  and  Gen.  Register,  January,  1857.)  Y^oston.  1857.] 
8vo,pp.  2.  H.  93713 

Caption  title. 

Sumner.  Memoir  of  Increase  Sumner,  Governor  of  Massa- 
chusetts. By  his  son  William  H.  Sumner.  Together  with  a  Gene- 
alogy of  the  Sumner  Family.  Prepared  for  the  New  England  His- 
torical and  Genealogical  Register.  Boston:  Samuel  G.  Drake, 
Publisher y  15  Brattle  Street.  1 854.  [Verso  of  title:]  Button  & 
Wentworth,  Printers,  No.  37,  Congress  Street.  8vo,  pp.  70.  Fron- 
tispiece portrait,    aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  c,  h.,  hsp.,  m.,  minnhs.,  nyh., 

NYP.,  WHS.,  Y.  93714 
Contents:    Memoir,  pp.  3-37;  Genealogy  of  the  Sumner  Family,  by  William  B. 

Trask,   pp.   39—59;    Notes   on   the   Shrimpton,  Yeamans,   and    Hyslop    Families,   pp. 

61—68;  Portraits  of  various  Members  of  the  Family,  pp.  69-70. 

Copies   in   original   cloth  covers   usually   have   Sumner's   Reminiscences    [of  Gov. 

Hancock],  below,  bound  at  the  end. 

From  the  Register,  vol.  8,  1854,  pp.  105-128,  I28a-I28v. 

Sumner,  comp.  Militia  Laws  of  the  United  States.  See  no. 
48980,  vol.  12. 

Sumner.  Militia  of  the  United  States.  See  Paper  on  the  Militia, 
below. 

Sumner.  A  Paper  on  the  Militia,  presented  to  the  Hon.  James 
Barbour,  Secretary  of  War,  in  November,  1826,  by  William  H. 


204  SUMNER  (WILLIAM    H.). 

Sumner,  Adjutant  General  of  the  Militia  of  Massachusetts.  Taken 
from  the  documents  submitted  to  the  Board  of  Officers  relative  to 
the  Re-organization  of  the  Militia.  .  .  .  Washington,  D.  C.  Printed 
and  fublished  by  B.  Romans.  1 833.  8vo,  cover  title,  pp.  30  and 
(3)  of  printed  covers.        aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  c,  cu.,  nyh.,  nyp., 

WHS.  93715 

Reprinted  from  the  "Military  and  Naval  Magazine  of  the  United  States,"  vol.  I, 
1833,  pp.  235-243,  269-280,  352-362. 
Caption  title:    Militia  of  the  United  States. 

Sumner.  Reminiscences  of  Gen.  Warren  and  Bunker  Hill. 
By  Gen.  William  H.  Sumner.  Reprinted  from  the  New  England 
Historical  and  Genealogical  Register  for  April  and  July,  1858. 
[Boston.    1858.]    8vo,  cover  title  and  pp.  16. 

AAS.,  BM.,  C,  H.,  HSP.,  M.,  NYH.,  WHS.  937  16 

From  the  Register,  vol.  12,  1858,  pp.  113-122,  225-230. 

Sumner.  Reminiscences  [of  Gov.  John  Hancock].  By  Wil- 
liam H.  Sumner.    [Boston.    1854.]    8vo,  pp.  7. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.  937  I  7 

Caption  title.  Often  found  in  the  original  binding  following  the  author's  Memoir 
of  Increase  Sumner,  above. 

The  events  took  place  during  the  Revolution,  and  were  related  to  Sumner  in  1822 
by  Hancock's  widow,  Mrs.  Dorothy  (Quincy)  Hancock  Scott. 

Reprinted  from  the  "New  England  Historical  and  Genealogical  Register,"  vol.  8, 
1854,  pp.  187-191. 

Sltmner.  Reminiscences  of  La  Fayette's  Visit  to  Boston,  Gov. 
Brooks,  Gov.  Eustis,  and  Others.  By  Gen.  William  H.  Sumner. 
Reprinted  from  the  New  England  Historical  and  Genealogical 
Register,  for  April,  1859.    [Boston.    1859.]    8vo,  pp.  ll. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  H.,  M.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  WHS.,  Y.  937  I  8 

From  the  Register,  vol.  13,  1859,  pp.  99—107. 

SuMNER.  Sketch  of  Adjutant  General  Sumner's  Address  to  the 
Charlcstown  Artillery  Company,  upon  delivering  their  Field  Pieces, 
November  23,  183 1.  Charlestown:  William  W.  JVhrildon,  Pub- 
I'tshrr.    1832.    8vo,  pp.  22. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  BM.,  C,  HEH.,  WHS.  937  I9 

SuMNER.    Some  Recollections  of  Washington's  Visit  to  Boston, 
liy  Wilham  H.  Sumner.  Reprinted  from  the  New  England  His- 
torical  and   Genealogical    Register,    for    April,    i860.     [Boston. 
i860.]    8vo,  pp.  8. 

AAS.,  B.,  BA.,  C,  H.,  HEH.,  M.,  NYH.,  Y.  93720 
From  the  Register,  vol.  14,  i  S60,  pp.  161-166. 


SUMNER    CONTROVERSY.  3O5 

Also:  Message  of  His  Excellency  the  Governor,  to  the  Legislature  of  Massachu- 
setts, enclosing  the  Adjutant  General's  Return,  of  the  Militia,  with  Remarks  on  its 
Condition,  January  14,  1823.  Boston:  Printed  by  Russell  and  Gardner.  1823. 
i2mo,  pp.  12.    Signed:   William  H.  Sumner. 

The  Sumner  Controversy.  A  Series  of  Articles  published  in  the 
Daily  News,  relative  to  the  Lecture  on  "Human  Progress,"  deliv- 
ered before  the  Mechanics'  Association,  by  Charles  Sumner,  Esq. 
March   l,    1849.    ^ewforty  R.  I.    Cranston  &"  Norman,   1 849. 

I2mo,  pp.  27.  BA.,  BM.,  H.,  M.  93721 

Editorials  from  the  "Daily  News,"  with  communications  from  three  persons, 
under  the  signatures  of  "Paul,"  "T.,"  and  "G." 

Sumner  Family.  Pedigree  of  the  Direct  Line  of  Gov.  [In- 
crease] Sumner.    [Boston?   1857?]    4to  broadside. 

The  latest  date  mentioned  on  the  chart  is  1856.  AAS.,  C,  NYP.  93722 

By  William  Blake  Trask. — c. 

The  Sumner  Outrage.  A  full  report  of  the  Speeches  at  the 
Meeting  of  Citizens  in  Cambridge,  June  2,  1856,  in  reference  to 
the  Assault  on  Senator  Sumner,  in  the  Senate  Chamber  at  Wash- 
ington.  Cambridge:   John  Ford,  Printer.    1856.    l2mo,  pp.  33. 

B.,  BM.,  C,  CU.,  H.,  M.,  Y.  93723 
The  assault  was  provoked  by  Sumner's  speech,  "Crime  against  Kansas." 

Sumpter  (Arthur).  The  Life  of  Major-General  Zachary  Tay- 
lor, the  Whig  Nominee  for  President  of  the  United  States.  With 
a  brief  Biographical  Sketch  of  the  Hon.  Millard  Fillmore,  Nominee 
for  Vice-President.  By  Arthur  Sumpter,  U.  S.  A.  Illustrated  by 
numerous  engravings.  New  York:  Published  by  Ensigns  ^ 
Thayer,  50  y^nn  St.,  and  124  Nassau  St.  1 848.  8vo,  pp.  31,  in- 
cluding illustrations,  (i),  and  (4)  of  printed  covers. 

AAS.,  c,  Y.  93724 

On  the  inside  of  the  front  cover  is  the  beginning  of  the  "Votes  of  Delegates  in  the 
Whig  National  Convention,  Philadelphia,"  continued  on  the  first  leaf.  On  the 
inside  of  the  back  cover  is  a  list  of  Mexican  names  with  pronunciations  and  definitions. 

Sumpter.  The  Lives  of  General  Zachary  Taylor  and  General 
Winfield  Scott:  to  which  is  appended  an  Outline  History  of  Mexico, 
aboriginal,  colonial  and  republican;  and  a  brief  history  of  the  Mex- 
ican War;  including  events  to  the  surrender  of  the  city  of  Mexico, 
and  the  removal  of  Congress  to  Morelia.  Illustrated  by  a  Map  of 
Mexico,  and  twelve  other  spirited  engravings.  By  Arthur  Sumpter 
U.  S.  A.  New  York:  H.  Phelfs  ^  Co.,  124  Nassau  Street.  1 848. 
8vo,  pp.  62,  (2),  including  illustrations.        aas.,  b.,  bm.,  c,  cu., 

H.,  HEH.,  HSP.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTEX.,  WHS.,  Y.  93725 


3o6  SUMTER. 

The   Sumter   Anniversary.    See   Loyal   National   League,   no. 

42555,  vol.  10.    B.,  H.,  NYP. 

Sumter  County,  Ala.  An  Essay  on  the  Summer  and  Au- 
tumnal Fevers  of  South  Alabama,  as  they  appear  in  Sumter  County; 
to  which  is  appended  some  remarks  on  the  diagnosis  and  treatment 
of  typhoid  fever.  By  a  Member  of  the  Sumter  County  Medical 
Society.   Mobile:   D^de,  Thompson  &'  Co.    1 853.    8vo,  pp.  60. 

AML.,  NYAM.  93726 

Sumter  District,  S.  C.  Memorial  and  Resolutions.  See  no. 
47625,  vol.  12. 

The  Sun,  New  York.  Full  Particulars  of  the  two  late  awful 
shipwrecks  near  Sandy  Hook.  Narrative  of  the  wrecks  of  the 
Barque  Mexico  and  of  the  Ship  Bristol,  on  both  of  which  dreadful 
occasions  Two  Hundred  Souls  Perished!  !  .  .  .  [Nezv  York.]  Sun 
Ofice.  [1836.]  8vo,  pp.  15,  (i).  c.  +  [Same  imprint.  1837.] 
8vo,  pp.  16.  NYP.  93727 

With  hendlng:   Supplement  to  the  New  York  Sun. 

The  issue  in  nyp.  has  a  "Postscript  to  Third  Edition"  on  p.  16. 

Sun  Fire  Society,  Boston.  Association]  and  |  Articles  of 
Agreement  |  of  the  |  Sun  Fire  Society,  |  Instituted  at  Boston,  8th 
May,  1765.  I  Printed  at  Boston,  \  By  E.  W.  Weed  and  W.  Green- 
oughy  I  At  the  Maga-zine  Ojfice,  No.  49,  State  Street.  \  mdccxciv.  | 
l2mo,  pp.  8,  blank  recto,  list  of  members  (4).  B.  93728 

The  Sunbeam.  A  Weekly  Political  Journal  devoted  to  the  dis- 
cussion and  development  of  the  principles  of  social  democracy. 
Mclzar  Gardner  Editor.  .  .  .  Volume  I.  Hartford,  Co?in.  1 841. 
i2mo,  pp.  (4),  204.  B.,  BM.,  c.  93729 

Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

According  to  the  Union  List  of  Serials,  this  journal  was  continued  at  Hartford 
tiirough  vol.  I,  no.  13,  April  3,  1841.  c.  Publication  was  begun  again  at  Boston  in 
quarto  size,  by  the  same  editor,  and  continued  through  vol.  2,  nos.  i-io.  Aug.  7— 
Oct.  16,  1S41.  AAS.  The  last  number  contained  an  editorial,  "Plain  Truths  at 
Parting." 

Sunbury  and  Erie  Railroad  Company,  Pa.  By-Laws  of 
the  Board  of  Managers  of  the  Sunbury  &  Erie  Rail  Road  Com- 
pany, together  with  the  Charter  and  its  Supplements.  Philadelphia: 
Mcrrihew  atid  Thompson,  Printers,  No.  7  Carter^ $  Alley.  1 85 2. 
Svo,  pp.  34. 
bureau  rail.econ.,  hsp.,  minnhs.,  NYP.,  t.w.streeter.  93730 

First  Report  of  FAlwaid  Miller,  Engineer  in  Chief  of  the  Sunbury 


SUNBURY    AND    ERIE.  307 

and  Erie  Railroad,  to  the  managers.  January  12,  1 839.  Philadel- 
fhia:  Printed  by  John  C.  Clark,  60  Dock  Street.  1 839.  8vo, 
pp.  32.   Map.   Continued. 

JOHNCRERAR,  NYP.,  PRINCETON,  T. W.STREETER.  93731 

Letter  of  the  President  of  the  Sunbury  and  Erie  Railroad  to  the 
Councils  of  Philadelphia,  relative  to  the  ordinance  of  February  i  yth, 
1853,  suspending  the  Subscription  to  the  Stock  of  the  Company, 
under  the  City  Ordinance  of  February  3d,  1853.  Philadelfhia: 
McLaughlin  Brothers,  Printers,  Nezv  Bulletin  Building,  Third  St. 
1853.   8vo,  cover  title  and  pp.  16.  nyh.  93732 

Signed  on  p.  1 1 :    Christopher  Fallon. 

Proceedings  of  the  Annual  Meeting  of  the  Stockholders  of  the 

Sunbury  and  Erie  Railroad  Company,  held  February   12,   1855, 

with  reports  of  the  Managers  and  Chief  Engineer.    Philadrlphia: 

McLaughlin  Brothers^  Book  &'  Job  Printing  Establishment,  1 855. 

8vo,  pp.  (4),  3—10,  14.    Folded  map.    Continued. 

MINNHS.,  Y.  93733 

Cover  title:   "Proceedings  of  the  Fourth  Annual  Meeting  of  the  Stockholder':  ..." 
Title  supplied  by  Elsa  R.  Nordin. 

Report  of  the  Engineer  in  Chief.  See  above,  First  Report. 

Report  of  the  President  and  Board  of  Managers  to  the  Stock- 
holders of  the  Sunbury  and  Erie  Railroad  Company.  Read  Febru- 
ary 14th,  1853.  Philadelphia:  McLaughlin  Brothers,  Printers, 
Neiu  Girard  Building,  Third  Street.  1853.  ^^o,  pp.  8.  Con- 
tinued. Hsp.  93734 

Report  of  the  Select  Committee  in  relation  to  the  Sunbury  and 
Erie  Railroad.  See  Pennsylvania,  no.  6055  i,  vol.  14. 

Report  of  the  Special  Committee  appointed  by  Select  Council 
...  to  examine  the  books,  etc.,  of  the  Sunbury  and  Erie  Railroad 
Company.  5^^  Philadelphia,  no.  62169,  vol.  15. 

Report  of  the  Special  Committee  of  Common  Council,  in  rela- 
tion to  the  Sunbury  and  Erie  Railroad.  See  Philadelphia,  no.  62 1 7 1 , 
vol.  15. 

See  also,  under  Pennsylv.mia,  no.  60551,  vol.   14. 

The  Sunbury  and  Erie  Railroad,  and  the  State  Legislature.  No- 
vember, i860.  Philadelfhia:  Ho f man  £sf  Morwitz,  Printers. 
i860.    8vo,  pp.  34.  HSP.,  NYH.  93735 


3o8  SUNBURY    BAPTIST, 

SuNBURY  Baptist  Association,  Ga.  Minutes  of  the  Twenty- 
ninth  Anniversary  of  the  Sunbury  Baptist  Association,  convened  at 
Savannah  Baptist  Church,  Chatham  County,  Georgia,  on  Thurs- 
day, Friday  and  Saturday,  November  1 2th,  13th  and  14th,  1846. 
Savannah:  Edward  J.  Purse,  Printer ,  No.  96  Bryan-Street,  Uf 
Stairs.   1846.   8vo,  pp.  16.  de  renne.  93736 

Title  from  the  De  Renne  Catalogue,  vol.  2,  1931,  p-  508. 

Sunbury  Water  Power  Canal.  An  Account  of  the  Sunbury 
Water-Power  Canal:  with  an  Estimate  of  the  Cost  of  Finishing 
the  same,  and  a  Synopsis  of  the  Charter,  [n.  f.  1842.]  i2mo, 
pp.  12.    Folded  plan.  B.,  c.  93737 

Caption  title.  Signed  and  dated  on  p.  4:  "Wm.  M'Carty,  27  North  Fifth  Street, 
Philadelphia  ...  A.  Jordan,  Esq.,  Attorney  at  Law,  Sunbury,  Pa.,  June  i,  1842." 

The  Sunbury  Canal  and  Water-Power  Company,  and  Sunbury 
Lumber  and  Car  Manufacturing  Company.  Philadelphia:  Mc- 
Laughlin Brothers^  .  .  .  Printing  Office  .  .  .  1 853.  8vo,  pp.  27. 
4  maps.  -{-Philadelphia:  McLaughlin  Brothers'  Book  and  Job 
Printing  Office,  Bulletin  Building.    1 854.    8vo,  pp.  15. 

heh.,m.  93738 

Title  of  the  first  publication  from  an  early  manuscript  note  prepared  for  the  dic- 
tionary by  Joseph  Sabin,  and  of  the  second  supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters. 

Sunday  Legislation.  Proceedings  of  a  Public  Meeting,  held  in 
the  City  of  Buffalo,  February  13,  1858,  against  closing  the  Canal 
Locks  &  stopping  the  Mails  on  Sunday,  and  against  Sunday  Legis- 
lation generally..  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Murray,  Rockwell  &'  Co.,  Re- 
public &"  Times  Office,  1 85 8.  8vo,  pp.  8.  B.  93739 

The  Sunday  Liquor  Traffic:  i.  Extent  and  Accessories.  2. 
Illegality.  3.  Wastefulness.  4.  Engenders  Pauperism.  5.  Causes 
Crime.  6.  Promotes  Lawlessness.  7.  Tends  to  Irreligion.  8. 
Remedies  Suggested.  Document  No.  V.  of  the  New-York  Sab- 
bath Committee.  New-York:  John  A.  Gray,  Printer,  16^18 
Jacob  St.,  Firr-Proof  Buildings.    1 859.   8vo,  cover  title,  and  pp.  24. 

B.,  FAc.ADv.,  nyp.  93740 

^f  Sunday  Mails;     or,  Inquiries  into  the  Origin,  Institution,  and 

^*  .J  Proper  Mode  of  Observance,  of  the  First  Day  of  the  Week,  or 

-  Christian  Sabbath.  .  .  .  Philadelphia:    Published  for  the  Benefit  of 

ivi  >-  Sunday  Mails.    I  830.    8vo,  pp.  36.    AAS.,  B.,  BUREAU  RAIL.ECON., 

«^^  FAC.ADV.,   H.,  M.,  NYP.  93741 

O  I       I  Contains  selections  from  various  w  riters  against  a  too  strict  observance  of  Sund.ay. 

The  Sundav  Question.    Sabbath  of  the  Jews.    Sunday  of  Con- 


SUNDAY    SCHOOL.  3O9 

stantine.  The  following  Memorial  has  been  presented  to  the  Legis- 
lature of  Pennsylvania.  As  it  contains  historical  facts  of  general 
interest  upon  the  Sunday  Question,  a  few  extra  copies  have  been 
printed  for  distribution.  To  the  General  Assembly  of  the  Com- 
monwealth of  Pennsylvania:    \^Philadclfhta.    1855.]        h.  93742 

Caption  title.  Signed  and  dated:  "William  Logan  Fisher,  Edward  M.  Davis. 
Philadelphia,  1855."    In  favor  of  reasonable  recreation  on  Sunday. 

Sunday  School  Picnic.    Sec  New  Bedford,  no.  52509,  vol.  13. 

Sunday  School  Society,  Boston,  Mass.  The  Second  Annual 
Reports  of  the  Boston  Sunday  School  Society,  read  at  the  second 
public  meeting  of  the  society,  December  i  ith,  1828.  Boston,  Pub- 
lished by  Wait,  Greene,  67*  Co.  13  Court  Street,  and  Bowles  and 
Dearborn,  ^0  Washington  Street.  1829.  [Verso  of  title:]  Boston, 
Press  of  Isaac  R.  Butts  &*  Co.    i2mo,  pp.  27.  (i).   Continued. 

aas.,  b.,  m.,  nyp.  93743 

The  name  was  later  changed  to  "Sunday  School  Society,"  and  "National  Sunday 
School  Society,"  and  finally  became  the  "Unitarian  Sunday  School  Society." 

Constitution  of  the  Boston  Sunday  School  Society,  formed  April  iSth,  a.d.  1827. 
Boston:    T.  B.  Wait  and  Son,  Printers.    1827.    i2mo,  pp.  10.  m. 

A  Sunday  School  Teacher,  fseud.  St.  Ann's  Church.  See 
Brooklyn,  no,  8318,  vol.  2.   nyp. 

By  F.  G.  Fish. 

The  Sunday  School  Teacher.  A  Monthly  Magazine  devoted  to 
the  Interests  of  the  Sunday  School.  Published  under  the  auspices  of 
the  Chicago  Sunday  School  Union.  Editorial  Committee:  Rev. 
J.  H.  Vincent,  Chairman,  Rev.  Z.  M,  Humphrey,  d.d.,  Rev.  E.  G. 
Taylor,  Rev.  C.  E.  Cheney,  Rev.  H.  L.  Hammond.  Musical  edi- 
tor: Philip  Phillips,  of  Cincinnati.  Chicago:  Adams,  Blackmer, 
&'  Lyon,  Publishers,  No.  155  Randolph  Street.  1 866.  8vo,  pp. 
(6),  383,  (l).   Map  Continued.  B.,  c,  u.ill.,  whs.  93744 

Vols.  4—17  have  the  title,  "National  Sunday  School  Teacher."  Publication  ceased 
with  the  issue  of  March,  1882. 

Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch. 

The  above  title,  of  a  later  period  than  that  now  covered  by  this  Dictionary,  is 
included  because  of  a  cross  reference  from  National  Sunday  School  Teacher. 

The  Sunday-School  Teacher's  Reward.  See  [Gray  (F.  Tu- 
rell)],  no.  28390,  vol.  7.   H.,  M. 

Sunday  Services  of  the  Methodists  in  North  America.  See 
Wesley  (John),  ed. 

Sunday  Theatres,  "Sacred  Concerts"  and  Beer-Gardens,  i. 
Diminution  of  Crime  by  Suppression  of  Sunday  Liquor  TraflFic — 

VOL.  XXIV.  20 


310  SUNDAY    VICE. 

Statistics  of  Police  Department.  2.  Extent  and  Character  of  Sun- 
day Theatricals.  3.  Sunday  Lager-Beer  Trade.  4.  "Sacred  Con- 
certs" Unmasked.  5.  The  Lager-Beer  System  in  other  Cities. 
6.  The  "National  Custom"  Plea  Examined.  7.  American  Cus- 
toms Vindicated.  8.  Effects  of  Holiday  Sunday  Illustrated — Mex- 
ico. 9.  Constitutionality  and  Adequacy  of  Sunday  Laws.  10.  Ger- 
man Sentiment  on  the  Sunday  Question.  Document  No.  1 1,  of  the 
New  York  Sabbath  Committee.  New  York:  Edward  O.  JenkinSy 
Printer y  No.  26  Frankfort  Street,    i860.   8vo,  pp.  24. 

B.,  NVP.  93745 

Sunday  Vice  and  Crime.    [New  York,    i860?]    8vo,  pp.  4. 

Caption  title.  B.,    NYP.,  UTS.  93746 

One  of  the  "Occasional  Papers"  published  by  the  New  York  Sabbath  Committee. 
The  latest  date  mentioned  in  the  text  is  i860. 

Sunderland  (Byron).  Church  &  State.  A  Discourse  delivered 
on  Thanksgiving  Day,  November  23,  1 854,  in  the  First  Presby- 
terian Church,  by  Rev.  Byron  Sunderland,  the  pastor.  .  .  .  Wash- 
ington: Wm.  M.  Morrison  &  Co.  No.  440,  Penn.  Av.  1 854. 
[Verso  of  title:]    Waters,  Priitt.    8vo,  pp.  28.  AAS.,  B.  93747 

Sunderland.  The  Memories  of  the  Metropolis.  A  Discourse 
delivered  on  Thanksgiving  Day,  November  24,  1853,  i"  ^^^  First 
Presbyterian  Church.  By  Rev.  Byron  Sunderland  .  .  .  Washing- 
ton:  Wm.  M.  Morrison  ^  Co.    1853.   8vo,  pp.  23. 

b.,c.,nyh.  93748 

Sunderland.  Mistakes:  a  Poem,  delivered  before  the  Erosin- 
ian  and  Philophrenian  Societies  of  Columbian  College,  on  their  an- 
niversary celebration,  April  12,  i860,  at  the  Hall  of  the  Smith- 
sonian Institution.  By  Rev,  B.  Sunderland,  d.d.  Washington: 
Published  by  the  Societies.  I  860.  [Verso  of  title :]  Thomas  M''Gilly 
Printer.    8vo,  pp.  32.  C,  nyh.,  P.  93749 

Sunderland.  Prelacy  Discussed,  or  A  Book  for  Batavians.  By 
B.  Sunderland.  .  .  .  Biijfalo:  Press  of  C.  Faxon.  1 848.  8vo,  pp. 
184.  HEH.  93750 

A  discussion  between  Rev.  Byron  Sunderland  of  the  Presbyterian  Church  in  Batavia, 
and  Rev.  James  A.  Bolles,  rector  of  the  Episcopal  Church  in  the  same  place.  Infor- 
mation supplied  by  Willard  O.  Waters. 

Sunderland.  An  Oration  delivered  by  Rev.  Byron  Sunder- 
land, Syracuse,  July  5,  1852.  Observations  on  our  country  and  its 
people.  Syracuse:  A gan  ^  SummerSy  Printers.  1 85 2.  8 vo,  cover 
title  and  pp.  16.  C,  GTS.,  UTS.  9375 1 


SUNDERLAND  (lA    ROy).  3II 

Sunderland  published  several  sermons  with  historical  interest  after  i860,  and 
other  religious  works. 

Sunderland  (La  Roy).  Anti-Slavery  Manual,  containing  a 
collection  of  Facts  and  Arguments  on  American  Slavery.  By  Rev. 
La  Roy  Sunderland.  New-York:  Piercy  &  Reedy  7  Theatre 
Alley.  1837.  i8mo,pp.  162.  B.,  C,  H.,  M.,  minnhs.,  NYP.,  UTEX. 
+  Second  Edition  —  Improved.  Nezu-York:  Printed  by  S.  W. 
Benedict.  1837.  iSmo,  pp.  142.  aas.,  ba.,  bm.,  cu.,  h.,  heh., 
NYP.,  WHS.,  Y.  +  Third  Edition — Improved.  [Same  imprint  and 
date.]  i8mo,  pp.  155.  aas.  -f-  Third  edition.  .  .  .  Nciv  York. 
1839.    i6mo,  pp.  155.  93752 

Title  of  the  1839  edition  from  a  catalogue  card  for  a  copy  at  cu.,  now  missing. 

Sunderland,  ^^.ppeal  on  the  Subject  of  Slavery.  Boston.  1834. 
i2mo.  93753 

Title  from  Allibone. 

Sunderland.  Book  of  Human  Nature.  ...  By  Laroy  Sunder- 
land .  .  .  New  York:  Stearns  &?  CoTufany^  25  Ann-Street.  1853. 
i2mo,  pp.  432.  aas.,  b.,  ba.,  c,  y.  93754 

Biography  of  the  author,  pp.  vii— xviii. 

Sunderland.  "Confessions  of  a  Magnetiser"  exposed!  Exhib- 
iting the  Folly  and  Falsehood  of  a  recent  Pamphlet  with  the  above 
Title.  With  Remarks,  showing  the  Falsity  of  the  Notions  hitherto 
prevalent  in  regard  to  what  has  been  denominated  "Mesmerism;" 
and  giving  the  Outlines  of  the  Author's  New  Theory  of  Mind.  By 
La  Roy  Sunderland.  .  .  .  Boston:  Published  by  Redding  and  Com- 
fany,  No.  8  State  Street.    1 845.   8vo,  pp.  47,  advertisement  (l). 

aas.,  aml.,  c,  h.,  NYP.  93755 

On  the  printed  front  cover  is  a  wood  engraving  "from  a  painting  which  the  cele- 
brated Valentine  Greatrakes  had  taken  of  himself,  in  1680.  It  is  a  correct  represen- 
tation of  his  method  of  operating." 

Sunderland.  History  of  South  America.    1834.   i8mo.  93756 

Title  from  Allibone. 

Sunderland.  History  of  the  United  States  of  America,  from 
the  discovery  of  the  continent  in  1 49 2,  to  the  fiftieth  anniversary  of 
their  independence.  By  Rev.  La  Roy  Sunderland.  Written  for  the 
S.  S.  Union  of  the  Methodist  Episcopal  Church.  New-York:  B. 
Waugh  and  T.  Mason.    1834.    24mo,  pp.  278.    Frontispiece. 

B.,  BM.,c.  93757 

Sunderland.   Mormonism  Exposed  and  Refuted.   By  La  Roy 

Sunderland.   New  York:  Piercy  £s?  Reed,  Printers,  No.  7  Theatre 


9  12  SUNDERLAND  (lA    ROy). 

Alley.    1838.    i8mo,  pp.  54.  c,  GTS.  93758 

For  a   reply,  see   P.  P.   Pratt's   "Mormonism    Unveiled:    Zion's  Watchman    Un- 
masked," New  York,  1838.    WRHS. 

[Sunderland].  Mormonism  Exposed:  in  which  is  shown  the 
monstrous  imposture,  the  blasphemy,  and  the  wicked  tendency,  of 
that  enormous  delusion,  advocated  by  a  professedly  religious  sect, 
calling  themselves  "Latter  Day  Saints."  .  .  .  New  York:  Printed 
and  Published  at  the  Office  of  the  N.  Y.  Watchmatiy  126  Fulton 
street.    1842.    i6mo,  pp.  (4),  iii-vi,  7-64.  nyp.  93759 

Sunderland.  A  Question  (on  Temperance)  to  those  whom 
it  Concerns.   New  London.    1828.    l2mo.  937^0 

Title  from  Allibone. 

Sunderland.  The  Testimony  of  God  against  Slavery,  or  a  Col- 
lection of  Passages  from  the  Bible,  which  show  the  sin  of  holding 
property  in  man.  With  Notes.  By  Rev.  La  Roy  Sunderland.  .  .  . 
Boston:  Published  by  Webster  &'  Southard,  No.  9,  Cornhlll.  I  835. 
i2mo,  pp.  104.  c,  cu.,  GTS.,  nyh.,  nyp.,  uts.,  y.  93761 

The  first  leaf  contains  an  advertisement. 

Sunderland.  The  Testimony  of  God  against  Slavery:  a  Col- 
lection of  Passages  from  the  Bible,  which  show  the  Sin  of  holding 
and  treating  the  Human  Species  as  Property.  With  Notes.  To 
which  is  added  the  Testimony  of  the  Civilized  World  against  Slav- 
ery. By  Rev.  La  Roy  Sunderland.  Second  Edition.  .  .  .  Boston: 
Published  by  Isaac  Knaff,  46  Washington  Street.  1836.  [Verso 
of  title:]  Press  of  D.  K.  Hitchcock ,  9  Cornhill.  l8mo,  pp.  177, 
verso  blank,  list  of  anti-slavery  publications,  etc.  (4).  aas.,  b.,  ba., 
HSP.,  PRINCETON,  WHS.,  Y.  +  Ncw-York:  Published  for  the 
American  Anti-Slavery  Society,  by  R.  G.  Williams,  Office  corner 
of  Nassau  and  Spruce  Streets,  opposite  the  City  Hall.  Entrance, 
No.  3,  Spruce  Street.  1 836.  [Same  imprint  on  verso  of  title,  and 
collation.]  nyp.,  utex.  93762 

Sunderland.  The  Testimony  of  God  against  Slavery:  with 
notes.  By  Rev.  La  Roy  Sunderland. .  .  .  Third  Edition.  Ne-iu  York: 
Published  by  the  Am.erican  Anti-Slavery  Society.     1 839.     l8mo, 

pp.   126.  B.,  H.,  MINNHS.,  NYH.,  UP.,  UTS.  93763 

Sunderland  also  published  several  works  on  "mesmerism,"  etc. 

SuNDius  (Pctrus).    B.  C.  I).  I  Surinamensia  |  Grilliana  [  cum 
Consensu  Ampliss.  Facult.  |  Med.  in  Regia  Academia  Upsaliensi, 
Pr:vsidc  |  Viro  Cclcbcrrimo  et  Expcricntissimo,  |  D:n.  Doct.  Carolo 


SUNDRY    ANTHEMS,  3I3 

Linnao,  I  S:2e  R:jc  M:tis  Archiatro,  |  Med.  et  Botan.  Profess.  Reg. 
et  Ord.  Acad.  Imperial.  Regg.  ]  Monspel.  Berolin.  Stockholm, 
et  Upsal.  Socio,  |  Speciminis  Academici  Loco  |  curiosis  examinanda 
sistit  I  Alumnus  Oxenstiernianus  |  Petrus  Sundius  Nic.  Fil.  | 
Stockholmiensis.  |  In  Audit.  Carol.  Maj.  d.  xviii.  Junii.  |  Anni 
MDCCXLllx.  I  H.  A.  M.  C.  I  HolmicPy  I  Typis  Lmirentii  Salvii.  \ 
[1748.]    4to,  pp.  34.    Plate.  AML.,  BM.,  Y.  93764 

Also  in  Linnaeus'  "Anicenitates  Academicae,"  Leyden,  1749,  vol.  i,  pp.  489—519, 
3  plates. 

Sundry  Anthems.  (Being  part  of  a  proposed  collection).  The 
Rose  of  Sharon.  I  heard  a  great  voice.  Song  of  the  Angels:  from 
Luke,  Chap.  11.  They  may  also  be  had  separately.  Philadelphia: 
Printed  typographically,  and  sold  by  John  M'Cidloch,  in  Third- 
Street,  near  Market-Street.    1788.  93765 

Title  from  Evans. 

Sundry  Documents  addressed  to  St.  Mary's  Congregation.  182 1. 
See  Philadelphia,  note  following  no.  622 14,  vol.  15.   c,  GTS.,  nyp. 

For  a  "Brief  Reply,"  published  anonymously  by  Wm.  Hogan,  see  the  same  note. 

NYP. 

Sundry  Documents,  (copied  from  the  original)  relative  to  the 
claim  of  Gideon  Olmsted,  against  the  Commonwealth  of  Pennsyl- 
vania. Respectfully  submitted  to  the  consideration  of  the  Members 
of  the  Legislature  of  said  Commonwealth.  Philadelphia:  Printed 
b\'  Edivard  Olmsted.    181 1.    8vo,  pp.  1 19,  (l).       aas.,  c.  93766 

Improved  title  of  no.  57236,  vol.  13. 

Sundry  Documents  referring  to  the  Niagara  and  Detroit  Rivers 
Railroad.   See  Niagara,  no.  55  I  2  I,  vol.  13. 

Sundry  Documents  submitted  to  the  Consideration  of  the  Pew- 
holders  of  St.  Mary's  Church.  1812.  See  Philadelphia,  note  fol- 
lowing no.  62214,  vol.  15.   nyp. 

Sundry  Letters  and  Petitions  addressed  to  His  Excellency  James 
Garrard,  esq.  governor  of  Kentucky:  relative  to  the  case  of  Henry 
Field.  .  .  .  1800.?     i2mo,  pp.  vi,  32.  whs.  93767 

The  lower  part  of  the  title  page  of  the  whs.  copy  is  cut  away.  The  letters  and 
petitions  are  all  dated  in  1799.    Information  supplied  by  Annie  A.  Nunns. 

Sundry  Resolutions  [  of  the  |  Board  of  Commissioners  |  for  carry- 
ing into  effect  the  |  Sixth  Article  of  the  Treaty  of  |  Amity,  Com- 
merce, and  Navigation,  |  concluded  between  |  His  Britannic  Maj- 
esty I  and  the  |  United  States  of  America.   I  Published  for  the  in- 


3H 


SUNDRY    RESOLUTIONS. 


formation  of  the  |  claimants  under  the  said  article  |  by  the  |  General 
Agent  for  Claimants.  |  Philadelfhia:  Printed  by  James  Humfh- 
reys,  1 798.  |  8vo,  pp.  18.  HSP.,  M.  93768 

This  and  the  following  title  form  parts  of  a  series  of  documents  relating  to  the 
claims  of  British  creditors.   See  [Smith  (William  Moore)],  no.  84842,  vol.  21. 

Sundry  |  Resolutions  and  Proceedings,  |  in  |  Cases  |  before  the  ] 
Board  of  Commissioners,  |  for  carrying  into  effect  |  the  Sixth  Ar- 
ticle I  of  the  1  Treaty  |  of  |  Amity,  Commerce  and  Navigation,  | 
concluded  between  [  His  Britannic  Majesty  |  and  |  the  United 
States  of  America.  |  Philadelphia:  \  Printed  by  R.  Attken,  No.  22, 
Market  street.  \  1 799.  |  4to,  pp.  123.  aas.,  ba.,  nyp.  93769  1 

Sundry  Votes  Passed  by  the  Church  of  Christ  in  Dorchester.  See 
Dorchester,  no.  20628,  vol.  5.  aas.,  ba.,  c,  h.,  m.,  nyh. 

SuNDSTROM  (Sveno),  Q.  F.  F.  Q.  S.  |  Dissertatio  |  Historico 
Politica  I  De  |  Statu  |  Regiminis  |  Americanorum  |  ante  |  Ad- 
ventum  [  Christianorum  j  Quam  |  Ex  consensu  Ampliss.  Colleg. 
Philos.  in  Reg.  |  Academia  Upsaliensi  |  Sub  Prsesidio  |  Viri  Am- 
plissimi  |  D'^-  Johannis  |  Upmarck.  ]  Eloq.  &  Polit.  Prof.  Reg.  & 
Skytt.  I  Publico  Bonorum  examini  modeste  submittit  |  Sveno  Sund- 
striim  j  Angerm.  [  In  Auditorio  Gustav.  Majori  d.  a.  17 16.  | 
Ufsalia-y  Tyfis  Wernerianis.   \    [17 16.]     l2mo,  pp.   (4),  51,  3. 

Title  supplied  by  Ernest  Kletsch.  BM.,  C,  JCB.,  Y.  9377© 

Der  Sundzoll  und  die  Vereinigten  Staaten  von  Amerika.  Ab- 
druck  aus  dem  Bremer  Handelsblatt.  Bremen,  1854.  E.  Schiine- 
mann*s  Verlag.  [Colophon:]  Druck  von  C.  Schunem,ann.  8vo, 
pp.  27.  BM.,  c,  cu.,  NYP.  +  Zweite  Auflage.  Brem.en,  1 854. 
C.  Schunemann*s  Verlag.    8vo,  pp.  27.  Y.  9377  ^ 

Title  of  the  second  edition  supplied  by  Anne  S.  Pratt. 

Sunlight  upon  the  Landscape,  and  other  poems.  By  a  Daughter 
of  Kentucky.  Cincinnati:  Moore,  Anderson,  Wilstach  ^  Keys, 
2'^  West  Fourth  Street.  1853.  [Verso  of  title:]  Cincinnati:  C.A. 
Morgan  &P  Co.,  Stereotyfers,  Hammond  St.    l2mo,  pp.  48. 

BM.,  NYH.,  UTEX.  93772 

The  Sunny  Side;  or,  the  Country  Minister's  Wife.  See  [Phelps 
(Mrs.    Elizabeth    Stuart)],    no.    61375,    vol.    14.     Philadelphia, 

[1851],  AAS.,  C,  NYH.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y. 

The  Sunny  South;  or,  the  Southerner  at  Home,  embracing  five 
years'  experience  of  a  Northern  governess  in  the  land  of  the  sugar 


'1/ 


SUNZIN.  3  I  5 

and  the  cotton.  Edited  by  Professor  J.  H.  Ingraham,  of  Missis- 
sippi. .  .  .  Philadclfhia:  G.  G.  Evans ,  Publisher y  No.  439  Chestnut 
Street,    i860.    8vo,  pp.  526.  B.,  nyp.  93773 

Consists  of  59  letters,  signed  "Kate,"  in  the  last  of  which  the  writer  states  that 
she  plans  to  publish  her  writings  under  the  name  of  Kate  Conyngham.  The  editor, 
Ingraham,  in  an  "editorial  letter,"  says  that  some  of  the  letters  "appeared  in  1853—4, 
in  the  Saturday  Courier  .  .  .  bearing  the  noni  de  plume  of  'Miss  Kate  Conyngham.'  " 

Reissued  in  New  York,  1880,  under  title,  "Not  'A  Fool's  Errand.'  Life  and  Ex- 
perience of  a  Northern  Governess  in  the  Sunny  South,"  and  with  Ingraham's  name 
on  the  title  page  as  author,  nyp.  Gushing  gives  "Kate  Conynghame"  as  a  pseudo- 
nym of  Ingraliam. 

Improved  title  of  no.  34776,  vol.  9. 

SuNziN  DE  Herrera  (Jose).  Primordiale  certamen  |  .  .  .  | 
Pro  S.  Licentiatvrne  lavrea;  .  .  .  |  A.  D.  Josepho  Svnzin  de  Her- 
rera I  In  Philosophia,  &  S.  Theologia  Bacchalauro,  nuper  Philoso- 
phic ad  tempus  Cathe-  j  drae  Moderatore,  nunc  ad  Theologica 
Doctoris  insignia  viam  insistent.  |  \_GuateTnala.^  .  .  .  Die  Mensis 
Anno  1692.  I  Folio  broadside.  93774 

Title  from  Medina's  "Imprenta  en  Guatemala,"  no.  62,  a  copy  located  in  his  own 
library. 

SuosA  (Juan  de  Dios  Fernandez  de).  See  Fernandez  de  Suosa 
(J.  deDios). 

Superior,  Wis.  .  .  .  City  of  Superior,  Lake  Superior.  Its  Posi- 
tion, Harbor  .  .  .  &c.  See  [Ritchie  (J.  S.)],  no.  71571,  vol.  17. 
c,  NYH. 

Superior  revocacion  de  las  sentencias  dadas  en  los  consejos  de 
guerra,  hechos  a  los  atormentados,  apremiados,  y  complicados  en  la 
demarcacion  de  apam,  por  la  figurada  revolucion.  [Colophon:] 
Mejtco:  Oficina  de  Don  Jose  Maria  Betancourty  calle  segunda  de 
la  Monterillay  Numero  7.    Aiio  de  1 8  [20].''    4to,  pp.  8.       93775 

Caption  title. 

Signed:   Jose  Ignacio  Negreyros  y  Seria. 

The  colophon  date  is  multilated  in  the  aas.  copy. 

A  Supernumerary  Crisis.  [Number  XIV.]  To  Sir  Guy  Carle- 
ton.  It  is  the  nature  of  comparison  to  associate  with  misfortune; 
.  .  .  Common  Sense.  Philadelphia,  May  31,  1783.  [Philadelphia. 
1783.]  93776 

Title  from  Evans,  no.  18078,  except  that  In  that  entry  the  letters  "er"  are  omitted 
in  "Supernumerary." 

By  Thomas  Paine. 

A  plea  to  Carleton  to  deliver  up  the  murderer  of  the  American  militia  officer, 
Captain  Huddy,  in  order  to  save  the  British  officer.  Captain  Asgill,  who  had  been 
chosen  by  lot  to  suffer  death  in  reprisal.    It  should  have  been  dated  May  31,  1782, 


3i6 


SUPERNUMERARY 


as  it  is  in  Conway's  edition  of  Paine's  "Writings,"  vol.  i,  1894,  PP-  3SS~359-  I'  was 
apparently  printed  as  part  of  Paine's  series  on  the  American  Crisis.  See  our  nos. 
58206-5S210,  and  58218-58219.  We  have  located  no  copy  of  this  as  a  separate 
issue. 

A  Supernumerary  Crisis.  [Number  XV.]  To  the  people  of 
America.  Common  Sense.  New-York,  September  9,  i  793.  [iV^tt;- 
York.   1793.]  93777 

"On  the  commerce  of  the  Country." 

Title  from  Evans,  no.  18079,  where  it  is  entered  under  the  year   1783,  following 
the  preceding  title.   See  note  above. 

A  Supernumerary,  pseud.  A  Peep  behind  the  Curtain,  See 
no.  59528,  vol.  14.   BM.,  cu. 

SuPERUNDA  ([Josef  Antonio  Manso  de  Velasco]),  conde  de. 
Satisfaccion  del  conde  de  Superunda,  theniente  general,  y  virrey 
que  ha  sido  del  reyno  del  Peru,  a  los  cargos  de  que  le  acusa  el  Si" 
fiscal  de  la  superior  junta  de  guerra,  formada  de  orden  de  S.  M. 
para  conocer  de  la  defensa  y  rendicion  de  la  Ciudad  de  la  Habana. 
[Madrid.    1764?]     Folio,  pp.  37,   (4).  BM.  93778 

Collation  from  Palau. 

Suplement,  ou  Description  des  cotes,  rades,  havres,  rochers  .  .  . 
See  Rogers  (W.),  notes  following  nos.  72757  and  72759,  vol.  17. 

B.,  C,  H.,  JCB.,  WLC. 

A  Suplement  to  the  State  of  the  Nation.  See  State  of  the  Nation, 
note  following  no.  90620,  vol.  23.   BM.,  nyp.,  wlc. 

Supkmento  a  la  Exposici'on  breve  y  sencilla.  [Colophon:] 
Puerto  Princ'ife.    1 82 1.   Jmfrenta  de  M.  Serrano.   4to,  pp.  3. 

Signed:    El  Ciudadano  Imparclal.  93779 

Title  from  Trelles  "Bibliografia  Cubana  del  siglo  XIX,"  vol.  i,  191 1,  p.  201. 

Suplemento  a  la  Miscelanea  de  comercio,  artes  y  literatura  del 
lunes  10  de  abril  de  1820.  [Colophon:]  Imfreso  en  la  oficina  dc 
D.  Francisco  Marftm-z  Ddvila,  impresor  de  Camara  de  S.  M. 
Me'ftco  1820.  Relmpreso  en  la  oficina  de  D.  Alejandro  V aides. 
4to,  pp.  8.  AAS.  93780 

Caption  title. 

Suplemento  a  las  Instrucciones  para  la  eleccion  de  Diputados  de 
las  Cortes  ordinarias  en  los  afios  dc  1 820  y  1 82 1.  [Mexico.  1820.] 
Folio,  pp.  8.  93781 

Dated,  Mexico,  ii  de  Julio  de  1820. 

Title  from  Medina's  "La  Imprcnta  en  Mexico,"  no.  11835,  a  copy  located  in  his 
own  llhr.uy. 


SUPLEMENTO.  317 

Suplemento  a  las  Semblanzas  de  los  Diputados  a  Cortes  de  1820 
y  1 82 1.    Imfrenta  de  Alban  y  C"  Madrid.    1822.    l8mo,  pp.  48. 

NYP.,  ucal( Bancroft).  93782 

Suplemento  al  Diario  Constitucional  de  9  de  Julio  de  1820. 
[Colophon:]  Mejlco  1820:  Imprenta  de  Ont'ivcros.  4to,  pp.  7, 
(l).  93783 

Title  from  Medina's  "La  Imprenta  en  Mexico,"  no.  11833,  ^  copy  located  in  the 
Indian  Archives  in  Seville. 

Suplemento  al  Diario  del  Gobierno  Constitucional  de  la  Habana, 
del  sabado  12  de  agosto  de  1820.  Sobre  lo  que  es  un  Juez  de  letras 
de  Hacienda  publica  en  America.  [Colophon:]  Oficina  de  Ara- 
•zo-za  y  Soler,  ZTnpresores  del  gobierno  Constitucional.  Mejico: 
1820.    En  la  oficina  de  D.  Alejandro  V aides.    4to,  pp.  8.     93784 

Signed,  "V.  P."  Title  from  Medina's  "La  Imprenta  en  Mexico,"  no.  11 834,  a 
copy  located  in  the  Indian  Archives  in  Seville. 

Suplemento  al  Diario  del  gobierno  de  Megico,  num.  1066,  del 
sabado  31  de  marzo  de  1838.  Contiene  el  ultimatum  remitido  por 
S.  E.  el  Sr.  baron  Deffaudis  .  .  .  algunas  notas  de  la  corresponden- 
cia  entre  el  ministerio  megicano  y  la  legacion  francesa,  y  la  comu- 
nicacion  dirigida  ultimamente  con  este  motive  al  sr.  encargado  de 
negocios  D.  Eduardo  de  Lisle  .  .  .  Megico:  Impr.  de  Galvan. 
1838.  8vo,  pp.  324.  ucal(bancroft).  93785 

cu.  has  a  copy  of  part  of  the  "Suplemento,"  pp.  42,  (i),  with  "Se  continuara"  on 
the  last  page. 

Suplemento  al  Espiritu  publico,  num.  23  .  .  .  [MejicOy  Impr.  del 
Aguilay  1829.]    Folio,  pp.  4.  ucAL (Bancroft).  93786 

Signed:   El  que  dicto  esta  carte. 

Suplemento  al  Espiritu  publico,  num.  23  .  .  .  [Mejico,  I?npr.  del 
Aguila,  iSic).]   Folio,  pp.  4.  ucal(bancroft).  93787 

Signed  on  p.  i:    Jose  Maria  TorneL 

Suplemento  al  n°.  19  del  sabado  19  del  corriente  de  la  Union 
Nacional.   See  Texas. 

Suplemento  al  mun  [sic].  73  del  Diario  Oficial  del  Jueves  12 
de  Octubre.  Mexico.  Imfrenta  de  Minerva  a  cargo  de  Martin 
Castillo,  calle  de  Vergara  numero  6.    1 854.    8vo,  pp.  61. 

NYP.,  UCAL. (Bancroft).  93788 

Relates  to  Raousset's  filibustering  expedition  of  July,  1854.  Sc-e  Bancroft's 
"History  of  Mexico,"  vol.  5,  1885,  pp.  685-686. 


3l8  SUPLEMENTO. 

Suplemento  al  papel  titulado:  La  misma  geringa  con  distinto 
palo,  6  Representacion  que  hace  su  autor  al  Excmo.  Sr.  Gefe  politico 
en  manifestacion  de  los  vicios  y  mulidades  con  que  se  han  dado  en  el 
expediente  por  la  Junta  de  Censura  las  dos  calificaciones  que  pre- 
viene  el  reglamento  de  la  imprenta  libre.  [Colophon:]  Mexico: 
en  la  oficina  de  D.  J.  M.  Benavente  y  SScios.  [182 1.]    4to,  pp.  8. 

Signed  and  dated:   Mexico,  a  i.°  de  Febrero  de  1821.    N.  de  N.  937"9 

Title  from  Medina's  "La  Imprenta  en  Mexico,"  no.  12045,  a  copy  located  in  the 
Indian  Archives  in  Seville. 

Suplemento  interesante  al  numero  54  del  Mexicano  libre  po- 
tosinense.   San  Luis  Potosi,  Vildosola.    1828.    l2mo,  pp.  4. 

ucAL (Bancroft).  93790 

El  Suplico  de  los  Generales  Bravo  y  Negrete.  [Colophon:] 
Guadalajara  1S2S.   Imfrenta  de  Gob'ierno  en  Palacto.   8vo,  pp.  12. 

Caption  title.  NYP.  9379I 

A  s'upl'im'int  too  the  hTstTre  ov  RobmsTn  Kruzo.   See  Robinson 

Crusoe,  no.  72223,  vol.  17.    bm. 

Attributed  to  Thomas  Spence  in  Rudkin's  "Thomas  Spence  and  his  Connections," 
1927,  p.  209.    Illustrates  Spence's  phonetic  system. 

.  .  .  Suplique  |  des  Citoyens  de  Couleur  |  des  Isles  et  Colonies 
Francoises,  !  Tendante  a  obtenir  un  Jugement.  |  30  Janvier  1790.  | 
[Paris.    1790.]    8vo,  pp.  4.  H.  93792 

With  heading:  "A  I'Assemblee  Nationale."  Signed  by  De  Joly  [and  five  others], 
"Commissaires  &  Deputes  des  Citoyens  de  Couleur,  des  Isles  &  Colonies  Fran- 
coises." 

See  also  Supplique  et  Petition,  below. 

[SuppiGER  (Joseph)].  Reisebericht  der  familie  Kopfli  &  Sup- 
piger  nach  St  Louis  am  Mississippi  und  griindung  von  New-Switzer- 
land im  staate  Illinois.  Sursee:  [Schnydersche  Buchdruckeret'\ 
1833.  i6mo,  pp.  (6),  235,  (2).  Frontispiece,  c.  +  [Same 
imprint  and  date.]  i6mo,  pp.  (6),  297,  verso  blank,  (i).  Fron- 
tispiece and  folded  map.  c,  nyp.  93793 

On  cover  of  the  second  edition:   Zvveite,  stark  vermehrte  Ausgabc. 

A  copy  of  either  the  first  or  second  edition  is  located  at  bm.  and  at  newberry. 

Edited  by  Kaspar  Kopfli.    See  p.  291. 

Joseph  Suppiger's  diary  forms  pp.  1—204;  letters  from  Salomon  Kopfli  and  Joseph 
Suppiger,  pp.  205-235;  and  an  account  of  New  Switzerland  by  Kaspar  Kopfli  with 
another  letter  from  his  brother  Salomon,  added  in  the  second  edition,  pp.   237—297. 

Supplement  a  la  dcnonciation  de  M.  de  la  Luzerne.  See  Lu- 
zerne (Cesar  Henri,  Comte  de  la),  no.  42753,  vol.  10.    NYP. 

There  is  only  a  caption  title,  and  no  imprint. 


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Supplement  a  I'expose  des  eventualites  et  des  consequences  d'une 
guerre  entre  les  Etats-Unis  et  I'Angleterre,  faisant  partic  d'une 
brochure  sur  I'annexion  du  Texas,  etc.,  etc.,  par  un  citoyen  de 
New-York.    [Paris]  Dcntu  .  .  .  1845.    ^^o,  pp.  41—60.     93794 

Cover  title:  "Lettre  d'un  citoyen  de  New-York  au  sujet  de  I'annexion  du  Texas 
a  I'Union  americaine  ..." 

Title  from  a  copy  formerly  at  c,  now  missing. 

Supplement  au  voyage  de  M.  de  Bougainville.  See  Bougainville 
(Louis  de),  no.  6867,  vol.  2.   JCB.,  nyp. 

Supplement  Extraordinary  |  to  the  |  Independent  Journal.  | 
Monday,  July  28,  1788.  |  On  Saturday  evening  about  9  o'clock 
arrived  the  joyful  tidings  of  the  adoption  of  the  New  Constitution, 
at  Poughkeepsie,  |  on  Friday,  July  25,  Yeas  30,  Nays  25,  Major- 
ity 5. — The  bells  in  the  City  were  immediately  set  a  ringing,  and 
from  I  the  Fort  and  the  Federal  Ship  Hamilton,  were  fired  several 
Salutes.  The  Merchants  at  the  Coffee-House  testified  their  Joy  by  | 
repeated  huzzas;  and  a  large  body  of  Citizens,  headed  by  a  number 
of  the  first  characters,  went  to  the  houses  of  the  Members  |  of  the 
Convention,  and  gave  three  Cheers,  as  a  testimony  of  their  appro- 
bation of  the  glorious  Event  brought  about  by  their  |  united,  unre- 
mitted, and  toilsome  Exertions. — In  short,  a  general  joy  run  through 
the  whole  City,  and  several  of  those  who  were  |  of  different  Senti- 
ments drank  freely  of  the  Federal  Bowl,  and  declared  that  they 
were  now  perfectly  reconciled  to  the  New  |  Constitution.  |  [At 
foot  of  sheet:]  New-York:  Printed  by  J.  and  A.  McLean,  at 
Franklin's  Head,  No.  41,  Hanover-Square.  \  [  1788.]  Folio  broad- 
side. NYP.  93795 

A  Supplement  of  Original  Papers  and  Letters.  See  Darien,  no. 
18574,  vol.  5,  and  Scots  Settlement  at  Darien,  no.  78238,  vol.  19. 

A  copy  of  either  the  first  or  second  issue  listed  is  located  at  bm. 

Supplement  to  a  Pamphlet,  containing  the  Correspondence  be- 
tween the  Right  Rev.  G.  W.  Doane  .  .  .  and  the  Rev.  S.  Wilmer. 
See  Doane  (George  W.),  no.  20396,  vol.  5. 

Supplement  to  an  Address  to  the  Members  of  the  New  Parlia- 
ment, on  the  Proceedings  of  the  Colonial  Department  on  the  West 
India  Question,    [n.  f.    182-?]    8vo,  pp.  (2),  5.  c.  93796 

Half  title:   Address  and  Supplement. 

A  reply  to  "Remarks  on  an  Address  to  the  Members  of  the  New  Parliament," 
London,  1826. 


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Supplement  to  Andrew  Jackson's  Negro  Speculations.  From 
the  National  Banner.  To  General  Andrew  Jackson.  [^Nashville? 
1828?]     Svo,  pp.  8,  NYP.  93797 

Caption  title. 

Signed  at  the  end:   Andrew  Erwin. 

See  Erwin's  "Gen.  Jackson's  Negro  Speculations,  and  his  Traffic  in  Human  Flesh, 
Examined  and  Established  by  Positive  Proof,"  n.  p.,  [1828]),  Svo,  pp.   16.    c. 

A  I  Supplement  |  to  |  Britain's  Mistakes  |  in  the  |  Commence- 
ment and  Conduct  |  of  the  |  present  War.  |  Wherein  |  The  late 
glorious  Success  of  Admi-  |  ral  Vernon  at  Porto  Bello  |  is  particu- 
larly considered.  |  By  j  A  Merchant  and  Citizen  of  London.  | 
London:  \  Printed  for  T.  Coofer,  at  the  Globe  in  Pater-  \  noster 
Roiv.   M,DCC,XL.  I  (Price  Six-Pence.)  \  Svo,  pp.  31. 

Title  supplied  by  Catherine  C.  Quinn.    BA.,  C,  HEH.,  JOB.,  WLC.  93798 

A  I  Supplement  |  to  |  Britain's  Mistakes  [  in  the  |  Commence- 
ment and  Conduct  |  of  the  |  Present  War.  |  Wherein  |  The  late 
glorious  Success  of  Admiral  |  Vernon  at  Porto  Bello  is  |  particu- 
larly considered.  |  By  |  A  Merchant  and  Citizen  of  London.  | 
Dublin:    |   Re-frinted  by   George  FaulkneVy  in  Essex-   \   Street. 

M,DCC,XL.   I   8vo,  pp.  24.  HEH.,  NVP.,  WLC.  93799 

See  Britain's  Mistakes,  no.  8065,  vol.  2. 

Supplement  to  Mr.  Cooper's  Letters  on  the  Slave  Trade.  See 
Cooper  (T.),  no,  16613,  vol.  4. 

A  Supplement  to  Mr.  Wesley's  Pamphlet,  entitled  Thoughts 
upon  Slavery.    London.    1 7 74.    8vo.  BM.  93800 

An  attack  on  Wesley's  tract  against  slavery. 

Supplement  to  "Six  Months  in  a  Convent."  See  Reed  (R.  T.), 
no.  68579,  vol.  16.  Boston,  1835,  aas.,  b.,  ba.,  bm.,  c,  cu.; 
London,  [w.  d.]    BM. 

Supplement  to  the  Albany  Centinel,  January  29,  1 802.  See 
[Clinton  (G.)],  no.  13743,  vol.  4. 

Supplement  to  the  American  and  Commercial  Daily  Advertiser. 
An  Exposition  of  the  Causes  and  Character  of  the  late  War  with 
G.  Britain.   Balti?nore,  April  18 1 5.    8vo,  pp.  64.      c,  nvp.  9380 1 

For   other    editions,    see    the    author    [Dallas    (Alexander    James)],    nos.     18309- 
i8ji  I,  vol.  5. 

Suppk-nuiit  to  the  Bibliotheca  Americana  Nova.  See  [Rich 
(O.)  I,  no.  70876,  vol.  17. 


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A  Supplement  to  the  Case  of  the  Royal  African  Company.  See 
Royal  African  Company,  no.  ']2,111^  vol.  i8.   JCB.,  nyp. 

Supplement  to  the  Chorister's  Companion,  |  Containing  i6  pages 
of  Psalm  and  Hymn  Tunes,  newly  composed,  or  not  before 
printed  in  America.  |  New-Haven^  Published  as  the  Act  directs^  by 
Simeon  Jocelin,  Feb.  I^.'  I  792.  |  Oblong  l2mo,  pp.  16. 

AAS.,  C,  M.,  WEST.THEOL.SEM.  93802 

Caption  title.    Improved  entry  of  that  under  Jocelin  (S.),  no.  36138,  vol.  9. 

Engraved  music. 

A  typed  checklist  of  F.  J.  Metcalf  at  aas.  locates  editions  of  Jocelin's,  or  Jocelyn's, 
"Chorister's  Companion"  as  follows:  New  Haven,  1782,  c,  m.;  Same  with  Part  III., 
[aas.],  c;  Second  Edition  Corrected  and  Enlarged,  New  Haven,  1788,  [aas.],  fi., 
M.,  NYP.,  Y.  i  Second  Edition  Corrected  and  Enlarged,  with  72  pages  of  music  not  in 
the  first  edition.  New  Haven,  1791,  information  from  Trumbull;  Part  II.,  New 
Haven,  1790,  no  location;  Part  Third,  New  Haven,  [1783],  west.theol.sem. 

Supplement  to  the  Congressional  Globe:  containing  .  .  .  the  Trial 
of  Andrew  Johnson.  5^^  Johnson  (A.),  no.  36179,  vol.  9. 

Supplement  to  the  Conquest  of  Peru  and  Mexico.  See  [Ranking 
(J.)],  no.  67892,  vol.  16.   c,  NYP. 

c.  has  two  issues,  one  without  the  colophon  given  In  our  entry,  and  also  the  1834 
continuation  of  the  supplement  there  mentioned. 

A  Supplement  to  the  Detection  of  the  State  and  Situation  of  the 
Sugar  Planters  of  Barbadoes.  See  Barbadoes,  no.  329 1,  vol.  I. 
BM.,  Y. 

The  Y.  copy  is  bound  in  a  volume  which  has  the  binder's  title:  "Robertson's  Tracts." 
Probably  by  Rev.  Robert  Robertson.  The  following  inscription  from  his  tombstone  is 
quoted  in  the  "Gentleman's  Magazine,"  vol.  86,  pt.  i,  1816,  p.  16:  "And  what  was 
mortal  of  Robert  Robertson,  minister  of  the  parish  of  St.  Paul's,  Nevis,  from  Dec. 
1707,  born  at  Edinburgh  the  i8th  of  March  1 68 1—2,  made  some  remarks  which  were 
published  in  London  in  the  years  1730,  1736,  &c.  on  the  Slaves  and  their  Owners  in 
the  Sugar  Islands  of  England,  and  died." 

For  other  anonymous  works  by  the  same  author,  see  nos.  71968  and  71969,  vol.  17. 

A  j  Supplement  |  to  the  |  Essay  |  on  |  Monies,  Coins,  &c.  |  pro- 
posed for  the  I  United  States  of  America.  |  Philadelphia:  |  Printed 
by   Daniel  HumfhreySy  Front-streety    \    near   the  Draiubridge.    \ 

M.DCC.XC.    I   8vo,  pp.    (2),  7.  BA.,  NYP.  93803 

Signed  at  the  end:  B.  Attributed  to  John  Beale  Bordley  in  Diet.  Am.  Biog.  For 
the  original  essay,  by  this  author,  see  On  Monies,  Coins,  Weights  .  .  .  ,  no.  S7^75> 
vol.  14. 

A  Supplement  to  the  Fourth  Part  of  Dr.  Priestley's  Lectures  on 
History;  Exhibiting  a  Series  of  American  Historians  from  the  First 
Discovery  of  the  Country  to  the  Present  Time:  Delivered  to  one 
of  the  Divisions  of  the  Sophomore  Class  in  Yale  College,  June  22, 


322 


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1 80 1.    By  their  Tutor,  ,  .  .  New  H avert:   Printed  by  William  W. 
Morse.    1801.    8vo,  pp.  14.  AAS.,  BA.,  cu.,  Y.  93804 

Attributed  to  Ebenezer  Grant  Marsh  in  Dexter's  Yale  Graduates,  vol.  5,  p.  155. 

Supplement  to  the  Gazette  of  the  United  States.  See  Carey 
(Mathew),  note  following  no.  10889,  ^'^^-  3- 

A  Supplement  to  the  History  of  Robinson  Crusoe.  See  Robinson 
Crusoe,  no.  72224,  vol.  17.    BM. 

Attributed  to  Thomas  Spence  in  Rudkin's  "Thomas  Spence  and  his  Connections," 
1927,  p.  209. 

Supplement  |  to  the  |  Independent  Journal,  |  New-York,  July  2, 
1788.  I  In  our  Independent  Journal  of  this  Morning,  we  announced 
the  Rati-  |  fication  of  the  New  Constitution  by  the  Convention  of 
Virginia:  |  For  the  gratification  of  our  Readers,  we  publish  the  fol- 
lowing I  particulars,  received  by  this  day's  post:  —  |  Ratification  of 
the  New  Constitution,  by  the  Con-  |  vention  of  Virginia,  on  Wed- 
nesday last,  by  a  |  Majority  of  10:  —  88  for  it,  78  against  it.  ] 
[At  foot  of  sheet:]  New-York:  Printed  by  J.  and  A.  M'Leatiy 
Franklin^s  Heady  No.  41,  Hanover -Square.  \  [  1 788.]  Folio  broad- 
side. NYP.  93805 

Supplement  to  the  Kentucky  Reporter.  Address,  of  the  Fayette 
County  Corresponding  Committee,  on  the  Proceedings  in  the  Senate 
of  Kentucky,  against  the  President,  Secretary  of  State  and  Members 
of  Congress;  and  on  other  subjects  connected  with  the  approaching 
presidential  election.  L,exington:   Thomas  Smith  yPr  inter.    [1828.] 

8vo,  pp.  48.  NYP.,  U.CHIC.  93806 

Supplement  to  the  late  Analysis  of  the  public  correspondence. 
[1809?]  See  [Lowell  (J.)],  no.  42444,  vol.  lO,  the  supplied 
date  being  wrongly  given  as  1 808.   The  Analysis  was  published  in 

1809.     AAS.,  NYH.,  NYP.,  Y. 

Supplement  to  the  Laws  of  Rhode  Island  College.  See  Brown 
University,  no.  8633,  vol.  2.  Providence^  1 793,  JCB.,  RIHS. 
Providence^  1803,  NYP. 

A  Supplement  to  the  Negro's  and  Indian's  Advocate.  See 
G[odwyn]  (M [organ]),  no.  27678,  vol.  7.  c,  H.,  nyp.,  uts. 
(mcalpin). 

Supplement  to  the  Private  Correspondence  between  H.  E.  the 
Governor  and  Captain  General  of  the  Province  of  Buenos- Ayres, 
Charged  with  the  Foreign  Affairs  of  the  Argentine  Confederation, 


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and  H.  E.  the  Rear-Admiral  Commanding  the  French  naval  forces 
on  the  Station  of  Brazil  and  of  the  South  Seas.  Bucnos-Ayrcs.  State 
Printing-Office.    1 838.   8vo,  pp.  (4),  235-265.  AAS.  93807 

Correspondence  between  Juan  Manuel  de  Rosas  and  L.  Leblanc.  French  version 
on  verso  of  each  leaf  faces  corresponding  English  text.  French  title:  "Appcndice  a 
la  correspondence  particuliere  ..."  Half  title:  "Correspondence  officielle."  Im- 
proved title  of  no.  9043)  vol.  3. 

A  Supplement  to  the  Report  of  the  Trial  of  the  Spanish  Pirates, 
with  the  Confessions  or  Protests,  written  by  them  in  Prison.  Also, 
all  tiie  evidence  in  support  of  a  motion  for  a  new  trial:  together 
with  the  Opinions  of  Judges  Story  and  Davis  (in  full)  on  that 
motion,  and  the  Sentence  of  Death  upon  the  seven  prisoners.  Con- 
cluding with  a  Brief  Review  of  the  whole  case.  Boston:  Published 
by  Lemuel  Gulliver ,  82  State  Street.    1835.    8vo,  pp.  76. 

For  the  report,  see  Trial  of  the  Twelve  Spanish  Pirates.  H.  938O0 

A  Sup[p]lement  to  the  State  of  the  Nation.  See  State  of  the 
Nation,  note  following  no.  90620,  vol.  23.   bm.,  nyp.,  wlc. 

A  I  Supplement  |  to  the  |  Vindication  |  of  |  Mr.  Alex.  Campbell:  | 
wherein  |  All  the  Objections  made  to  the  said  Vindica-  |  tion  are 
answered,  particularly,  those  in  a  |  late  Paper,  called,  Mr.  Noxons 
Observa-  |  tions,  &c.  |  New-Yorky  \  Printed  by  J.  Peter  Xejigery 
in  I  Smith-Street  \  [1732.]    8vo,  pp.  35.  nyp.  93809 

Signed  and  dated:  Alex.  Campbell.  New-York,  August  15,  1732. 

Supplement  to  the  Western  Journal.  A  Catalogue  of  the  Officers 
and  Students  in  the  Medical  and  Law  Departments  of  Cincinnati 
College;  First  Session:  1835—6.  To  which  is  Appended  a  List  of 
the  Graduates  at  the  First  Medical  Commencement.  Published 
under  the  Direction  of  the  Board  of  Trustees.  Cincinnati:  Printed 
by  N.  S.  Joh?ison.    1836.  Pp.  12.  u.ind.  93810 

Title  from  Rusk's  "Literature  of  the  Middle  Western  Frontier,"  vol.  2,  1925, 
p.  71.    For  later  issues,  see  no.  13088,  vol.  4. 

Supplemento  |  a'  Collecgao  |  dos  |  Breves  Pontificios,  |  Leys 
Regias,  I  e  officios  que  se  passaram  entre  |  as  Cortes  de  Roma,  e 
Lisboa,  sobre  os  absurdos  em  |  que  no  Reino  de  Portugal,  e  seus 
Dominios,  se  |  haviao  precipitado  os  Regulares  da  Companhia  | 
denominada  de  Jesu.  |  Nelle  se  contem  a  continuagao  |  do  que 
passou  entre  as  referidas  duas  Cortes  depois  das  Re-  |  presentagoens 
que  El  Rey  Fidelissimo  mandou  fazer  ao  |  Papa  em  vinte  de  Abril 
do  anno  proximo  passado  de  |  mil  setecentos  cincoenta  e  nove,  como 
foram  compil-  j  ladas  debaixo  dos  Numeros  XV.  e  XVL  da  dita  | 


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Collec^ao  ate  o  mez  de  Junho  do  presente  anno  |  de  mil  setecentos 
e  sessenta.  |  Impresso  na  Secretaria  de  Estadoj  \  Por  especial  Ordem 
de  Sua  Magestade.  \  {^Lisbon.  1 760.]  4to,  pp.  8,  14,  27,  verso 
blank,  124.  JBC,  nyp.  9381 1 

For  the  first  series  of  documents,  see  Collecsao,  no.  14365,  vol.  4. 

Supplemento  a  la  Correspondencia  Oficial  con  el  Consul.  See 
Buenos  Ayres,  no.  9042,  vol.  3. 

Supplemento  a  las  Cartas  Americanas  correspondencia  con  di- 
versas  personas  y  en  especial  con  los  Jenerales  Bolivar,  Santander  y 
La  Mar,  se  hallaran  los  hechos  mas  circumstanciados  de  nuestra 
historia  moderna,  desde  principios  de  21  hasta  la  apertura  del  pre- 
sente congreso,  la  dedica  Fr.  G.  M.  de  Vidaurre.  Lima.  Imprenta 
Republicana  de  Concha.    1827.    410,  pp.  291.  93812 

Title  from  Dufosse's  catalogue  of  Americana,  April,  1878,  no.  4548  .  Imprint 
from  the  catalogue  for  the  sale  of  Peruviana  at  Puttick  and  Simpson's,  March  27—28, 
1873,  lot  no.  123. 

Supplicatio  I  facta  |  nomine  Missionariorum  |  de  Propaganda 
Fide,  I  Diffinitorio  Generali  |  electo  Capitulo  |  habito  civitate  Va- 
lentina,  |  sub  die  xxi.  Maii  anni  mdcclxviii.  |  Matriti  mdcclxxxi.  | 
A  pud  J  oachimum  [sic]  Ibarra^  C.  R.  M.  Typographum.  \  Supe- 
riorum  permissu.  |  4to,  pp.  (2),  20.  93^13 

Presented  by  Fray  Jose  Ampuero.  Title  from  Medina's  "Biblioteca  Hispano- 
Americanii,"  no.  4974,  a  copy  located  in  the  Indian  Archives  in  Seville. 

Supplication  of  J.  R********_  'Pq  j^jg  Excellency  Henry  Lau- 
rens, Esquire,  President,  and  other  [sic],  the  Members  of  the  Hon- 
ourable, the  American  Congress,  &c.  &c.  &c.  The  humble  repre- 
sentation and  earnest  supplication  of  J.  R ,  printer  and  book- 
seller in  New-York,  respectfully  sheweth, [On  slip  pasted 

on  verso  of  last  leaf:]  Philadelphia:  Printed  and  published  by 
William  W.  Woodward ^  No.  17,  Chestnut,  near  Front  Street. 
1800.    8vo,  pp.  (8).  H.  93814 

Caption  title.  A  satirical  attack  on  James  Rivington,  purporting  to  be  written  while 
the  British  forces  were  leaving  New  York  near  the  close  of  the  Revolution. 

.  .  .  Supplique  et  Petition  |  Des  Citoyens  de  Couleur  des  Isles  [ 
&  Colonics  Francoises,  j  Sur  la  Motion  faite  le  27  Novembre  1789, 
par  I  M.  de  Curt,  Depute  de  la  Guadeloupe,  |  au  Nom  des  Colonies 
reunies,  |  tendantc  a  faire  nommer  un  Comite  |  des  Colonies,  com- 
pose de  vingt  Mem-  |  brcs,  mi-partie  de  Deputes  des  Villes  |  Mari- 
timcs  &  des  Manufactures,  et  mi-  |  partie  de  Deputes  des  Colonies,  | 


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pour  preparer  toutes  les  maticres  qui  pcuvent  |  ctre  relatives  a  ces 
possessions  importantes  .  .  .  |  [n.  f.    1789.]    8vo,  pp.  21. 

Caption  title.  With  heading:    "A  I'Assemblee  nationale."  JCB.  93°  ^5 

Information  supplied  by  Catherine  C.  Quinn. 
See  also  Suplique,  above. 

.  .  .  The  Suppressed  Tract!  and  the  Rejected  Tract!  Given 
Word  for  Word  as  submitted  to  the  Pubh'shing  Committee  of  the 
Am.  Tract  Society.  Read  and  Judge.  Shall  the  Society  or  the 
Committee  Rule?  t^°  The  Annual  Meeting  of  the  Tract  Society 
will  be  held  in  New- York,  on  Wednesday,  May  I2th,  at  9  a.m. 
Come  and  Vote!  New-York:  John  A.  Gray,  Printer  and  Sfereo- 
tyfer,  16  ^ff  18  Jacob  St.    1858.    l2mo,  76,  24. 

With  heading:  To  All  Evangelical  Christians.  B.,  NYP.,  UTS.,  Y.  938  I  6 

Concerning  the  publication  by  the  society  of  "Scriptural  Duties  of  Masters,  com- 
prising a  Pastoral  Address  of  the  Rt.  Rev.  William  Meade,  ...  A  Sermon  of  the 
Rev.  John  C.  Young  .  .  .  and  brief  selections  from  [other]  publications,"  and  Chas. 
K.  Whipple's  "Family  Relation,  as  affected  by  Slavery." 

The  first  pamphlet,  which  was  suppressed,  is  reprinted  on  pp.  5—76,  and  Whipple's 
tract,  which  was  rejected,  forms  the  final  24  pages. 

The  Supra-Treasury  Bill,  or  Relief  for  Hard  Times.  .  .  .  Boston: 
Published  by  Perkins  ^  Marvin.  New  York: — Gould  fs?  Newman. 
Philadelphia: — Henry  Perkins.     1838.     l8mo,  pp.   1 3 1. 

AAS.,  M.  93817 

The  I  Supremacy  |  of  the  |  British  Legislature  |  over  the  |  Colo- 
nies, I  candidly  discussed.  |  London:  \  Printed  for  J.  Johnson 
{No.  72.)  St.  Paul's  Church-  \  yard.   M  DCC  Lxxv.  |  8vo,  pp.  (4), 

38.  B.,  BA.,  C,  HEH.,  JOB.,  NYP.,  WLC.  938  I  8 

The  Supremacy  of  the  Seas,  or  Facts,  Views,  Statements,  and 
Opinions  relating  to  the  American  &  British  Steamers  between  the 
United  States  and  Liverpool.  From  American  and  British  Sources. 
With  the  Memorial  of  the  Proprietors  of  the  New  York  and  Liver- 
pool Line  of  American  Steamers.  Washington:  Printed  bv  Gideon 
and  Co.    1 85  I.    8vo,  pp.  24.  aas.,  B.,  BA.,  whs.,  Y.  938  19 

The  Supreme  Deit}'^  of  our  Lord  Jesus  Christ  .  .  .  Boston:  Re- 
Printed  by  Edward  E.  Powers.    MDCCxcil.  93820 

Title  from  a  manuscript  note  prepared  by  Joseph  Sabin. 

For  earlier  editions,  see   [Burr   {Rev.  Aaron)],  no.   9422,  vol.   3.     Buslon,   1757, 

AAS.,   B.,    H.,    M.,    Y.  i    Boston,    Ijgi,    AAS.,    B.,    BA.,    BM.,   C,    H.,    JCB.,    M. 

Un  Sur-Americano,  fseud.,  comp.  Coleccion  de  los  documen- 
tos  relativos  a  la  navegacion  fluviatil  del  Rio  de  la  Plata  .  .  .  See  no. 
14299,  vol.  4   c,  NYP. 

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Probably  compiled  by  F.  J.  Pereira  Leal,  who  translated,  under  the  same  pseudo- 
nym, "Coleccion  de  varies  documentos,"  our  no.  39523,  vol.  10,  which  also  was  pub- 
lished in  Caracas  in  1857.    c. 

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